Classifieds

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com. Note: Deadline for the March 23 issue is Tuesday, March 17 at 5 p.m.


FOR SALE

MOTORHOME: 2010 Yellowstone Motorhome. Chevy motor with Workhorse package. 13,000 miles. $52,000. Call or text Mike at 734-770-8481.

WEBMASTER wanted for 501(c)3 Dog Rescue. Volunteer position, working with great team to maintain and expand web capabilities. Trustworthy person with self-initiative wanting to work for a great cause, apply using volunteer form at http://www.luckylabrescuemi.com.


SERVICES

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: http://www.cornerhealth.org.


HELP WANTED

WAIT STAFF: Michigan Catering is looking for student wait staff who are able to interact with guests, work as a team, and manage time efficiently – all with a positive attitude. Shifts in can be anytime between the hours of 5 a.m. and 3 a.m., depending on your availability. The starting pay is $3.40 per hour plus tips. Tips are automatically paid by the event sponsor and average $6-$7 per hour, making the typical rate about $9.40-$10.40 per hour. Apply ​online at http://jobs.studentlife.umich.edu/; send an email to: ​workforus@umich.edu; or call at 734-615-6759.

DINING STAFF: Michigan Dining is looking for students who enjoy working with people and want to be a part of a team. Flexible schedule, promotional opportunities and a fun social environment. Starting wage: $9 per hour with a free meal per three-hour shift. To apply, visit​ http://jobs.studentlife.umich.edu/; send an email to: ​workforus@umich.edu; or call 734-615-6759.


Below is a sample of recent employment want ads, which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

Career Services will now be having office hours in the Counseling Center on the second floor of the Student Center building, on the following dates and times: March 18 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; April 1 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; April 15 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; April 29 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m. If you are interested in meeting with a Career Services adviser while they are in Counseling, please contact Career Services to set up an appointment.

Dental Assistant. We are looking for a dedicated, hardworking, self-motivated, energetic person to join our busy team. The dental assistant position is for Tuesdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Thursdays 1-9:30 p.m. This person would also cover other assistant vacations and sick time. Duties include being a secondary assistant to our dentists and scrubbing instruments, taking care of sterilization lab, pouring models and helping with the laundry.

Recruiter (Part-Time). Recruits, screens and coordinates interviews for a variety of positions including corporate staff, janitorial, job coach and volunteer positions. Develops and executes proactive recruitment strategies in order to source and attract candidates. Performs all duties involved in full-cycle recruiting, and other HR and employment administration duties as may be assigned.

Web Developer. Sets up a WordPress installation. FTP/SSH with web servers. Creates responsive Stylesheets in CSS, using media queries. Installs site plugins and configures to specs. Light PHP/Javascript to extend site functionalities. Works from visual mockups.

Network Administrator Internship. Installs, configures, maintains and supports the organization’s local area network (LAN). Maintains network hardware and software. Monitors network to ensure network availability to all system users and performs necessary maintenance to support network availability. Provides a single point of contact for end users to receive support and maintenance within the organization.

Accountant. Under the guidance of the Accounting Supervisor, the accountant will be responsible to perform key accounts receivable and accounts payable duties. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: weekly accounts receivable aging, investigating invoice problems, posting/reconciling customer payments, general journal entries and reconciliation of selected G/L Accounts. This entry-level position will be trained to perform all assigned tasks/responsibilities as well as assist with monthly banking and projects. Candidates for this position will possess strong organizational skills, advanced computer skills (emphasis on Microsoft Excel), solid math skills and research/investigative abilities.

Home Health Aide. Hiring Home Health Aides in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area. Duties include: Assisting clients with maintaining personal care such as dressing, grooming, bathing and toileting/incontinence care. Light cleaning and housekeeping duties such as laundry, mopping, vacuuming and washing dishes. Must be prompt to scheduled shifts. Must have a high level of interpersonal skills including the ability to effectively communicate with clients, peers and supervisors.

Technician. Support chassis dynamometer testing setup, prep for both day and afternoon shifts. Support vehicle parts changes, incoming inspections, fuel changes and parts inventory. At least one year auto-related experience such as dealership, lab environment or technical school in an automotive program. Chassis dyno testing experience, intermediate welding skill and inventory tracking skills a plus. Ability to work unsupervised, be self-motivated and follow safe working guidelines. Work and contribute to a team atmosphere. Flexible availability as necessary.

Accounting Clerk. Supports accounting operations by filing documents, reconciling statements, running software programs. Processes invoices for payment in the accounts payable department. Assists with monthly closing of records. Communicates with vendors and other Amarack components to solve issues. Knowledge of computer and 10-key calculator necessary, as well as customer and phone skills. Some accounting knowledge preferred.

Computer Support Intern. We are looking for a computer support technician to install, maintain, analyze, troubleshoot, and repair end user computer systems, hardware and computer peripherals. Resolves computer problems for clients. Documents, maintains, upgrades or replaces hardware and software systems. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Requires coursework toward a degree in information technology. Must have knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices and procedures within the information technology field. April – August. Up to 40 hours per week.

Administrative Support Staff. Assists department with a variety of support functions that may include processing tasks, ordering and monitoring supplies, contacting members/customers, responding to questions, supporting the front-line reception function and operating a switchboard. Compiles and generates routine reports for usage by management. Performs calculations for a variety of routine applications. Assists in various money transactions including analyzing and resolution of billing and/or customer related problems following appropriate company procedures. Maintains files and record systems and sorts incoming mail and documents. May assist in developing and implementing new procedures. Maintains related logs and records for assigned department.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com.

 Note: Deadline for the March 9 issue is Tuesday, March 3 at 5 p.m.  

 

SERVICES

 

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

 

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.

 

HELP WANTED

 

WAIT STAFF: Michigan Catering is looking for student wait staff who are able to interact with guests, work as a team, and manage time efficiently – all with a positive attitude. Shifts in can be anytime between the hours of 5 a.m. and 3 a.m., depending on your availability. The starting pay is $3.40 per hour plus tips. Tips are automatically paid by the event sponsor and average $6-$7 per hour, making the typical rate about $9.40-$10.40 per hour. Apply ​online at http://jobs.studentlife.umich.edu/; send an email to: ​workforus@umich.edu; or at 734-615-6759.


DINING STAFF: Michigan Dining is looking for students who enjoy working with people and want to be a part of a team. Flexible schedule, promotional opportunities, and a fun social environment. Starting wage: $9 per hour with a free meal with a three-hour shift. To apply, visit http://jobs.studentlife.umich.edu/; send an email to: ​workforus@umich.edu; or call 734-615-6759.

SNOW REMOVAL: Help wanted with our sidewalk crews using snow blowers available in Ann Arbor starting at $15- $18 per hour. Driver’s license required. Phone 734-663-3343 between 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. or fax resume to 734-663-4509.

 

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF: Seeking caring compassionate individuals for all shifts to provide services for adults with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in their own homes in the Ann Arbor/Dexter area. Services include, but are not limited to, passing medications, providing personal care, socializing, transporting, cooking, and cleaning. Must be available to work weekends and holidays, have a valid Michigan driver’s license, reliable transportation and pass a criminal history check. No experience required. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and make a major difference in someone’s life. Phone Lindsay at 734-485-1722 weekdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or FAX resume to 734-485-4230.

 

TEACHER: Lincoln Park Head Start is looking for teachers with at least a BA in Early Childhood Education or a BA with course work equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education and experience teaching preschool age children. Documented experiences working with persons of various, racial, ethnic, social and cultural backgrounds. Ability to communicate in English with or without accommodations. Must also have good physical mobility, good understanding of common childhood behavior problems and appropriate interventions. Must have the ability to appropriately handle crisis situations. Work hours are 37.5 hours per week to be determined by site leader. Phone 734-785-7700 weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

 

GSRP EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIALIST: Looking for specialist to coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the educational services for all GSRP classrooms and provide staff with training and assistance to implement the High Scope and/or Creative Curriculum. Master’s degree in early childhood education, child development or other related field with ZA/ZS endorsement required. Five or more years of relevant job experience and specific professional development required. Two years GSRP experienced preferred. Work hours are 37.5 hours per week for 48 weeks. Phone 734-785-7700 weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

Career Services will now be having office hours in the Counseling Center on the second floor of the Student Center building, on the following dates and times: Feb. 18 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; March 4 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; March 18 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; April 1 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; April 15 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; April 29 – 10 a.m.-3 p.m. If you are interested in meeting with a Career Services advisor while they are in Counseling, please contact Career Services to set up an appointment.

 

Help Desk Analyst: Seeking a help desk professional to provide phone support assisting with remote technology upgrades to their company systems. Must have two or more years of experience/proficient with Windows7/XP.

 

Fitness Attendant: Seeking individual responsible for minor maintenance, cleaning and daily upkeep of the Fitness Center. Respond to patron concerns or complaints and forward information to appropriate supervisor.

 

Automotive Mechanic: The job consists of removal and installation of vehicle interiors, powertrain, fuel and braking systems. Provide mechanical support for all team builds.

 

Behavior Technician (ABA): The Behavior Technician is responsible for providing intensive applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy to clients with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. Therapy will be implemented in a center-based environment.  Behavior Technicians will primarily work with the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), while also interacting and consulting with other medical therapists.

Driver Services Representative: Responsible for 15,000+ calls daily from drivers. Responsible for getting drivers from pickup to delivery and helping with every problem in between.

 

Help Desk Representative: Assist team members with a variety of software and hardware concerns. Serves as a primary support contact for all numerous locations. Utilizes departmental database for tracking and monitoring resolution of user requests. Communicates with vendors to request service, research products and make purchasing recommendations.

Linux (Python) Developer: Design, develop and implement software solutions according to SDLC methodology and department standards. Assist in designing and documenting solutions, participate in code reviews, perform unit testing, and evaluate solutions prior to release.

 

Patient Service Rep: Determine need for and obtains authorization for treatment/procedures, and assignment of benefits required. Provides information to patients concerning regulatory requirements.


Registered Dental Assistant:
 Must have 3-5 years of experience working in a dental office; orthodontic assisting experience helpful. Must have great time management skills and be X-ray certified. Must know how to follow OSHA protocol and have experience using Dentrix software.

CLASSIFIEDS

Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com

Note: Deadline for the Dec. 8 issue is Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 5 p.m.

FOR SALE

HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING: 1994 with just 7,500 gently ridden original miles. Completely original except for a few classy add-ons. Perfect condition. $10,500 or best offer. Call 989-390-9860.

SERVICES

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12–22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484-3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.

HELP WANTED

CERTIFIED AUTO TECHNICIANS: Speedy Auto Service and Novi Firestone are accepting applications. Competitive pay, medical/dental benefits and 401K. Immediate openings available. Apply online at: www.speedyautoservice.com.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF: Seeking caring compassionate individuals for all shifts to provide services for adults with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in their own homes in the Ann Arbor/Dexter area. Services include, but are not limited to, passing medications, providing personal care, socializing, transporting, cooking, and cleaning. Must be available to work weekends and holidays, have a valid Michigan driver’s license, reliable transportation and pass a criminal history check. No experience required. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and make a major difference in someone’s life. Phone Lindsay at 734-485-1722 weekdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or FAX resume to 734-485-4230.

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/.

Dental Assistant (intern or recent graduate)/CDA/RDA:  Greeting, seating, educating and dismissing patients. Taking digital radiographs (Dexis) and maintain computerized patient charts (Dentrix). Assisting doctor, hygienists and other assistant when needed. Taking alginate impressions, pouring up models, and making bleach trays. Sterilizing instruments, cleaning and setting up the operatory for treatment. Abide by OSHA, HIPPA, and Michigan State regulations, guidelines and laws. Fabricate, cement and removed temporary crowns, clean cement after final cementation of fixed prosthetics, deliver bite splints, take final impressions for fixed prosthetics, tissue pack, place sealants, place matrix bands and wedges (RDA).

Entry level welder: Steel fabricating and erection company interested in entry level welders for full time positions with onsite training. Must be a welding program graduate.

CNC Lathe Setup/Operator: Work with programmers to develop machining process, including work holding, programming, and tooling. Input and prove out program and tooling through the manufacture of a first piece. Submit first piece for process approval. Offset program, and make changes accordingly. Run production as needed, or train and oversee machine operators to ensure parts are made to specification. Maintain an efficient and clean work space.

Counterstaff–Barista: Counterstaff and baristas that enjoy working with people in an elegant and fast paced coffeehouse. Responsibilities include taking orders, serving and preparing coffee drinks, teas, desserts, and pastries. Must be available nights and weekends.

Security Agent: Entry level position. Patrol of buildings and property. Protection of company assets and people. Monitoring of building security systems. Respond to emergencies. Incident reports and maintaining daily paperwork. Schedule flexibility (work around school schedules).

Scorekeeper/Arena Operations Employee: Help needed scorekeeping nightly adult league hockey games along with light cleaning and general facility management tasks. Evenings and weekends required.

Teacher/Instructor: Part-time position and could be 3-5 days per week with approximately a two-hour time frame each day. We work throughout Washtenaw County. Current locations available are Ann Arbor, Dexter, Chelsea, Manchester and Stockbridge. Must enjoy working with elementary-aged children. Must: Have experience and enjoy working with children ages 5-11; Be able to manage a class of 16 kids with enthusiasm and positive praise; Have reliable transportation and proof of auto insurance. Be able to transport materials to each job, and keep them safe while in your possession. Be on time and an excellent work ethic. Have great organizational skills. Enjoy math and science concepts. All materials and lesson plans will be provided to you.

Automotive Technician/Mechanic: Responsible for diagnosing, servicing, and repairing vehicle issues related to: brakes, steering, suspension, engine, drivability and electrical components. You will be working with domestic and foreign Requirements: 5-10 years of experience as an automotive technician, mechanic or test technician, experience servicing and repairing European vehicles, ASE certified (current), preferably State of Michigan certified (brakes, steering, suspension, engine, drivability, electrical), team-oriented and focused on maintaining a high level of customer service, willing to continuously learn new information and techniques.

Administrative Staff/Childcare: Positions are available for both part- and full-time employment. Candidates should have a willingness to learn and a great personality. Responsibilities include: watching children in the childcare, cleaning the facility and administrative tasks in the client management and operational systems.

Membership Sales Representative: Seeking an energetic, self-motivated individual for their sales position. Sales experience is a must. Individual must be able to handle all aspects of the sales process, including prospecting, needs analysis, closing and capacity to manage client relationships. Administrative responsibilities. Coordination and planning of meeting and events related to members. Maintain database of prospects. Good analytical and organizational skills. Ability to work well with others and in a fast-faced environment.

CLASSIFIEDS

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com.

Note: Deadline for the Nov. 17 issue is Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 5 p.m.

SERVICES

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.

HELP WANTED

Certified Auto Technicians. Speedy Auto Service and Novi Firestone are accepting applications. Competitive pay, medical /dental benefits and 401K. Immediate openings available. Apply online at www.speedyautoservice.com

Direct Support Staff — Seeking caring compassionate individuals for all shifts to provide services for adults with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in their own homes in the Ann Arbor/Dexter area. Services include, but are not limited to, passing medications, providing personal care, socializing, transporting, cooking, and cleaning. Must be available to work weekends and holidays, have a valid Michigan driver’s license, reliable transportation and pass a criminal history check. No experience required. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and make a major difference in someone’s life. Phone Lindsay at 734-485-1722 weekdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or FAX resume to 734-485-4230.

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

After School Assistant. Part-time M-F, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. or 3-5 p.m. (must be able to work one of these shifts every day M-F).  Assistant will provide care and guidance for preschool and/or school age children. Assistants provide various recreational/educational activities for students, including games, arts and crafts, baking, sports, and nature walks. Light cleaning and maintenance of the program areas is expected.

Automotive Repair Technician. Seeking full- or part-time auto repair technicians. Job responsibilities include automotive diagnostics and repair. Areas of repair include engine, fuel, exhaust, steering, suspension, brakes, heating/cooling, electrical, tires, and wheels. Specific employee responsibilities will depend on level of skill and training.

Direct Care Worker. 24/7 supported living home for adults with developmental disabilities. Direct-care staff assist home members with daily living skills such as personal care, cooking, cleaning, medical care as needed (passing medications and following physician orders as needed), community outings and activities. Follow individual plans of service and behavior guidelines for each individual home member. Training provided.

Law Office Assistant. Well-established employment and civil rights law firm located in downtown Ann Arbor seeks a law office assistant primarily to support one of the principal attorneys in a fast-paced litigation practice. Attention to detail and ability to multitask are required. Great organizational, communication, and “people” skills are a must. Candidate must be able to work with minimal guidance to prioritize and handle multiple concurrent tasks. Previous legal experience is helpful, but not essential.

Market Research Analyst. Conduct industry research to assess trends and identify potential changes in secular growth rates. Conduct company fundamental research within specified sector, primarily within technology sector. Source data and conduct in-depth data analyses using quantitative and qualitative research methods.

Paralegal-Employment Law. Well-established employment and civil rights law firm located in downtown Ann Arbor seeks experienced Paralegal familiar with civil litigation in both state and federal courts. Position requires experience with e-filing and court filing, drafting legal pleadings, discovery requests and responses, calendaring dates and deadlines, interviewing witnesses, and general administrative duties. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, attention to detail, great organizational skills and ability to work independently are a must. This is a full-time position with benefits.

Payroll Data Entry Clerk. Qualified candidates for the Data Entry Payroll Clerk position will have at least one year of experience in written and oral communication, use of office machines including calculators, use of computer including manual data input and reading and evaluating of output on screen and printout. Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word, type 50-60 words per minute, proficient with collecting, calculating and entering data accurately, resolving discrepancies, answering employee questions and requests, and maintaining the confidential nature of payroll information and operations. Must also be able to prepare, compile and sort documents for data entry. Be able to enter data from various source documents into the computer system for storage, processing and data management purposes, keep records of activities and tasks, comply with data integrity and security policies.

Administrative Assistant. Seeking professional individuals with excellent customer-service skills to provide administrative support to premier companies within Washtenaw and Monroe Counties. Many positions are full-time, long-term, offer competitive pay and may lead to direct hire. Administrative assistants are responsible for a wide range of duties, including, but not limited to: Using a variety of software programs such as Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and/or Access); scheduling meetings, creating agendas, and taking meeting minutes; preparing written correspondence such as email, letters, memos, etc.; making travel arrangements such as booking flights and hotels, arranging meals and transportation, and maintaining travel schedules; assisting with the coordination and preparation of presentations; developing and maintaining policies, procedures, and manuals; and providing any other administrative support as needed to teams, departments, managers and other staff.

Computer Build/Prep. Seeking person to help with the assembly of computers for resale. We integrate a variety of computers for business clients that we ship around the country.  This work is cyclical, and we need someone to come in to help us when we are busy. The work includes installing components such as power supplies, hard drives and system boards into a chassis. A mechanical aptitude and the ability to lift up to 50 pounds is necessary.

Google Adwords Customer Service. Are you great with people? Do you love solving problems? Are you passionate about technology and want to work with one of the leaders in the field? Are you ready to start or continue your career with a renowned global company? The Customer Support Specialists will receive inbound customer service calls and guide customers through account management, technical troubleshooting and resolutions to problems.

Inpatient Unit Clerk (Part-time).  Want a career in the medical field where you can apply your exceptional customer service skills? We have opportunities available as Inpatient Unit Clerks for a local hospital in Ann Arbor. These are part-time, temp-to-hire positions paying $10/hour. Interested candidates must have six months of recent customer service experience, be highly reliable, and have open availability to work multiple shifts, on holidays, and on weekends.

Concrete Mason Laborer. Seeking a concrete mason laborer to work for our client in Ann Arbor. This is a full-time, long-term temporary position paying $12-$13 per hour. Interested candidates must be hard-working, reliable, attentive and able to perform physically demanding working. Prepping worksite by breaking up and removing any old concrete. Setting concrete forms, ensuring they are properly constructed and have the correct depth and pitch. Spreading, leveling and smoothing concrete using a rake, shovel, trowel, screed, and/or float. Monitoring weather conditions to ensure curing of the concrete throughout the entire process. Assisting in finishing work by applying hardening/sealing compounds to cure, waterproof, and/or restore surface.

Classifieds

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com.

Note: Deadline for the Nov. 3 issue is Thursday, Oct. 30, at 5 p.m.

FOR SALE

DENTAL KIT, for Dental Assisting students. Very Special Deal to save you hundreds. 734 717-7105 or strager@wccnet.edu

SERVICES

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org

HELP WANTED

Certified Auto Technicians. Speedy Auto Service and Novi Firestone are accepting applications. Competitive pay, medical /dental benefits and 401K. Immediate openings available. Apply online at www.speedyautoservice.com

Direct Support Staff — Seeking caring compassionate individuals for all shifts to provide services for adults with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in their own homes in the Ann Arbor/Dexter area. Services include, but are not limited to, passing medications, providing personal care, socializing, transporting, cooking, and cleaning. Must be available to work weekends and holidays, have a valid Michigan driver’s license, reliable transportation and pass a criminal history check. No experience required. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and make a major difference in someone’s life. Phone Lindsay at 734-485-1722 weekdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or FAX resume to 734-485-4230.

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

Customer Lending Sales Representative. Consult with customers about their financial and personal objectives and offer loan solutions to help them achieve their goals. Effectively identify customer credit needs and provide appropriate loan solutions. Build strong, trusting relationships with new and existing customer. Provide exceptional service to ensure customer satisfaction and a continued relationship with financial firm. Work as an individual contributor and as part of a team to achieve business/organizational goals. Work directly with customers through the entire lending cycle from loan application to loan closing. Ensure that all lending documents and processes are completed per internal policies /processes. Manage collection activities including processing payments and consulting with customers on loan payments for past due accounts

Home Health Aid. Seeking caregivers that have a desire for excellence and to make a true difference in the life of a senior. Must be able to pass a drug test, driving record check and background check. Have reliable transportation. Be dependable, reliable, and responsible. Be willing to attend extensive home care and dementia training. Prior training/experience a plus, but if we feel you have the compassion and willingness to learn we will train.

Web Developer. Help design, create, and maintain responsive website and e-commerce applications. Web developers must follow good Web-design principles and Web-development practices. Must also actively participate in design discussions and promote quality design before writing code. Telecommuting may be an option for this position.

After School Classroom Caregiver. Seeking several qualified and motivated classroom caregivers responsible for working directly with students, planning daily activities, monitoring homework hour and working with the site director and other staff to foster a safe and effective environment for children in 5 through the eighth grade. 20 hours per week (M-F, 2:30-6:30 p.m.), at one of five different regional locations.

Machinist. 2nd and 3rd shift full-time employees. Set-up and operate Bridgeport mills (Prototrak and Accurite controls), lathes, surface grinders and horizontal mills. Excellent benefits package.

Auto Technicians/Mechanics Entry-level. Work with cutting edge technology, on experimental vehicles built with brand new parts in a large, multi-hoist garage in a clean indoor shop environment. Build a car from the ground up working as part of a growing team. Seeking entry-level automotive technicians/mechanics for day and afternoon shifts available in Allen Park facility.

Server, Cooks, Host Staff. Prepare food for guests in a clean safe environment. Maintain company standards of operation with a guest-centric attitude. Fast-paced and able to stand on feet for 5-8 hours at a time.

Help Desk Specialist. Provide entry level IT technical support for both hardware and software issues for Windows-based PC and notebook users.

Insurance Agent/Inside Insurance Sales. Consult with prospective clients about their current and future insurance needs to help them find the right policy at an affordable rate. Use state-of-the-art technologies to quote and run insurance underwriting reports and process insurance applications. No cold-calling. Work 45-55 hours per week, which can include some weekends. Come as you are. We consider candidates with various work backgrounds and experiences. No insurance experience necessary. Four weeks of intense, industry-leading insurance-sales training. Opportunities for other incentives, rewards and contests including trips, event tickets, cash prizes and more.

Seasonal Retail Stock Merchandiser. Be an integral part of bringing the magic to shoppers during the fast-paced holiday season. While all seasonal positions require working as part of a team to meet department and store objectives, your individual responsibilities may include placement of new merchandise receipts on the selling floor, moving merchandise to prepare for sales events, pulling merchandise for shipping to customers, and completing price changes. Work hours are early morning between 5 a.m.-2 p.m.

Math Instructor. A math-only learning center in the Ann Arbor/Dexter area has an opening for a math instructor to work with students in grades 2-12. Curriculum and materials are pre-determined for each student, and instructor will apply the teaching methods presented during training. Exceptional math skills through Algebra II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus required. Hours may vary, but could include mid-afternoon through early evening, M-Th and Sunday mornings, approximately 8-16 hours per week (flexible). Starting compensation is $10/hour.

Laboratory Technician. 1st or 2nd shift needed to provide chemical and/or mechanical testing support for material, product/system development, validation and quality activities. Work closely with engineering and other technicians to provide testing support in a timely manner to provide analysis and test results so that projects are completed as scheduled and objectives are achieved. Monitor testing in progress, collect data and report results using hand-held instruments for precision measuring.

CLASSIFIEDS

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com.

Note: Deadline for the Oct. 6 issue is Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 5 p.m.

FOR SALE

HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING, 1994 with just 7,500 gently ridden original miles. Completely original except for a few classy add-ons. Perfect condition. $10,500 or best offer. Call 989-390-9860.

SERVICES

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. If in Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.

HELP WANTED

Certified Auto Technicians. Speedy Auto Service and Novi Firestone are accepting applications. Competitive pay, medical /dental benefits and 401K. Immediate openings available. Apply online at www.speedyautoservice.com

Direct Support Staff — Seeking caring compassionate individuals for all shifts to provide services for adults with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in their own homes in the Ann Arbor/Dexter area. Services include, but are not limited to, passing medications, providing personal care, socializing, transporting, cooking, and cleaning. Must be available to work weekends and holidays, have a valid Michigan driver’s license, reliable transportation and pass a criminal history check. No experience required. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and make a major difference in someone’s life. Phone Lindsay at 734-485-1722 weekdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or FAX resume to 734-485-4230.

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

IT HelpDesk Representative. Seeking a representative who is looking for an opportunity to multi-task and thrive in a fast-paced work environment. Interact with all levels and departments within our company, ultimately providing technical advice and support to users and undertaking a technical troubleshooting role.

Auto Body Restoration Tech. Dis-assembly and assembly of classic vehicles, cleaning and storing of parts, welding, fabricating, auto body repair, blocking of primer and general shop labor.

Staff Member. Responsible for supporting the key areas of food quality, food preparation, cleanliness and safety, as well as the key areas of hospitality and guest satisfaction. Ensures that product quality is maintained per company standards at all times. Recognizes and rejects food that is sub-standard per company guidelines and mission statement. Follows procedures for properly cutting, pulling and assembling meals. Follows proper safety procedures. Maintains a neat and clean work station at all times. Cleans equipment, floors, and utensils.

Human Resources Generalist. Works as a business partner on a consultative basis to assigned Zingerman’s businesses on specific HR issues, opportunities and efforts, acting as a value-added resource to individual managing partners, managers and staff.

Customer Service/Production Specialist. Reliable and responsible person who possesses time-management skills, is motivated, and has great attention to detail to work in a specialty chocolate shop located in downtown Ann Arbor. Must be able to follow direction, be willing to learn the product and production methods, possess reliable transportation and have the ability to work on call and flexible hours including days, evenings and weekends. Requires a commitment to company standards of product quality and friendly customer-service skills. We will train the right candidate.

Office Clerk. Responsibilities include: filing documents and maintaining legal files; scanning and e-filing; copying; general office help; deliveries to courts and attorneys. Opportunities for growth depending upon abilities and availability.

Part-Time Teacher Assistant. Assist teachers with all aspects of classroom operation.

Home Health Aide/CNA. Provide client care according to approved Plan of Care. Assist clients with personal care and hygiene. Provide transportation as required. Assist in providing a safe environment for client. Comply with all documentation and record keeping requirements.

Barista. High-energy baristas who love people are needed for part time positions at BIGGBY Coffee of Hartland. Learn the fine art of making wonderful beverages (both with and without coffee). Greet customers, prepare beverages, maintain the facility and make sure our customers have an exceptional experience.

Sellebrity, sales and logistics. As a Sellebrity, your passion for apparel and fashion trends will enable you to thrive, drive sales, and delight our customers as you execute company processes and procedures. Create memorable shopping experiences for our customers. Dedicated to providing a neat, clean, organized and safe shopping environment for our customers and team. Must have energy and enthusiasm that will help you build lasting relationships, grow in your career, and contribute to Old Navy’s success.

Software Developer. Must have an aptitude for and avid interest in computer programming, especially Web development. Knowledge of and experience with Extreme Programming, principles, Smalltalk, MySQL, Javascript, CSS, PHP and Drupal is helpful though not required. Work closely with the company’s other technical personnel to continue developing and expanding the Rosemark Scheduling System, Shoshana’s on-line Home Care Management product.

Classifieds for 9/8/2014

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com.

Note: Deadline for the Sept. 22 issue is Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 5 p.m.

FOR SALE

HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING, 1994 with just 7,500 gently ridden original miles. Completely original except for a few classy add-ons. Perfect condition. $10,500 or best offer. Call 989-390-9860.

SERVICES

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. If in Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org

HELP WANTED

Certified Auto Technicians. Speedy Auto Service and Novi Firestone are accepting applications. Competitive pay, medical/dental benefits and 401K. Immediate openings available. Apply online at www.speedyautoservice.com

Direct Support Staff — Seeking caring compassionate individuals for all shifts to provide services for adults with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in their own homes in the Ann Arbor/Dexter area. Services include, but are not limited to, passing medications, providing personal care, socializing, transporting, cooking, and cleaning. Must be available to work weekends and holidays, have a valid Michigan driver’s license, reliable transportation and pass a criminal history check. No experience required. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and make a major difference in someone’s life. Phone Lindsay at 734-485-1722 weekdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or FAX resume to 734-485-4230.

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

Dental Assistant (intern or recent graduate)/CDA/RDA. Greeting, seating, educating and dismissing patients. Taking digital radiographs (Dexis) and maintain computerized patient charts (Dentrix). Assisting doctor, hygienists and other assistant when needed. Taking alginate impressions, pouring up models, and making bleach trays. Sterilizing instruments, cleaning and setting up the operatory for treatment. Abide by OSHA, HIPPA, and Michigan State regulations, guidelines and laws. Fabricate, cement and removed temporary crowns, clean cement after final cementation of fixed prosthetics, deliver bite splints, take final impressions for fixed prosthetics, tissue pack, place sealants, place matrix bands and wedges (RDA).

Entry level welder. Steel fabricating and erection company interested in entry level welders for full time positions with onsite training. Must be a welding program graduate.

CNC Lathe Setup/Operator. Work with programmers to develop machining process, including work holding, programming, and tooling. Input and prove out program and tooling through the manufacture of a first piece. Submit first piece for process approval. Offset program, and make changes accordingly. Run production as needed, or train and oversee machine operators to ensure parts are made to specification. Maintain an efficient and clean work space.

Counterstaff-Barista. Counterstaff and baristas that enjoy working with people in an elegant and fast paced coffeehouse. Responsibilities include taking orders, serving and preparing coffee drinks, teas, desserts, and pastries. Must be available nights and weekends.

Security Agent. Entry level position. Patrol of buildings and property. Protection of company assets and people. Monitoring of building security systems. Respond to emergencies. Incident reports and maintaining daily paperwork. Schedule flexibility (work around school schedules).

Scorekeeper/Arena Operations Employee. Help needed scorekeeping nightly adult league hockey games along with light cleaning and general facility management tasks. Evenings and weekends required.

Teacher/Instructor. Part-time position and could be 3-5 days per week with approximately a two-hour time frame each day. We work throughout Washtenaw County. Current locations available are Ann Arbor, Dexter, Chelsea, Manchester and Stockbridge. Must enjoy working with elementary-aged children. Must: Have experience and enjoy working with children ages 5-11; Be able to manage a class of 16 kids with enthusiasm and positive praise; Have reliable transportation and proof of auto insurance. Be able to transport materials to each job, and keep them safe while in your possession. Be on time and an excellent work ethic. Have great organizational skills. Enjoy math and science concepts. All materials and lesson plans will be provided to you.

Automotive Technician/Mechanic. Responsible for diagnosing, servicing, and repairing vehicle issues related to: brakes, steering, suspension, engine, drivability and electrical components. You will be working with domestic and foreign Requirements: 5-10 years of experience as an automotive technician, mechanic or test technician, experience servicing and repairing European vehicles, ASE certified (current), preferably State of Michigan certified (brakes, steering, suspension, engine, drivability, electrical), team-oriented and focused on maintaining a high level of customer service, willing to continuously learn new information and techniques

Administrative Staff/Childcare. Positions are available for both part- and full-time employment. Candidates should have a willingness to learn and a great personality. Responsibilities include: watching children in the childcare, cleaning the facility and administrative tasks in the client management and operational systems.

Membership Sales Representative. Seeking an energetic, self-motivated individual for their sales position. Sales experience is a must. Individual must be able to handle all aspects of the sales process, including prospecting, needs analysis, closing and capacity to manage client relationships. Administrative responsibilities. Coordination and planning of meeting and events related to members. Maintain database of prospects. Good analytical and organizational skills. Ability to work well with others and in a fast-faced environment.

Information Center Specialist. Ann Arbor-based medical equipment company is seeking to fill a few part-time contract positions in its call center department. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday between 9 a.m.-5 p.m., with flexibility in scheduling. We are looking for a few candidates to help us keep our database up to date and this position will be a key role in that function. The primary goal of the Information Center specialists is to gather and verify information from hospitals, imaging centers and other various organizations via telephone.

CLASSIFIEDS

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com.

Note: Deadline for the Sept. 8 issue is Tuesday, Sept. 2, at 5 p.m.

FOR SALE

HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING, 1994 with just 7,500 gently ridden original miles. Completely original except for a few classy add-ons. Perfect condition. $10,500 or best offer. Call 989-390-9860.

SERVICES

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. If in Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.

HELP WANTED

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/.

 

CLASSIFIEDS

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com

Note: Deadline for the July 21, 2014 issue is Tuesday, July 15, at 5 p.m.

FOR SALE

HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING, 1994, with just 7,500 gently ridden original miles. Completely original except for a few really nice add-ons. Perfect condition. $11,500 or best offer. Info: 989-390-9860.

FOR RENT

APARTMENT LEASE IN KALAMAZOO: Transferring to Western Michigan University? Looking for someone to take over my 12-month lease starting August 2014 at The Centre, off-campus student housing in Kalamazoo Michigan. 4bdrm/ba. Apartment; roommates not assigned yet, so ask friends to join you. $379/mo.individual leases. Includes cable/Internet, water, trash. For more information: For any questions or more details text or call 810-588-3327 or Email me at JDaratony@wccnet.edu

SERVICES

COMPUTER ASSISTANCE: Virus removal; upgrades; system wipe; data recovery; backups; and customizations? Contact Josh Hefner at jdhefner@hefnerlabs.com or text 734-363-8324.

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. If in Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.

HELP WANTED

WEDDING CAKE DELIVERY: Seasonal help from May through October, weekends. Vehicle provided, GPS in vehicle. For more information, phone Gwen at 734-320-8019.

BARN AND YARD HELP: 10 hours/week, some flexibility, north side of Ann Arbor. Physical work such as lifting 50-pound bags, mucking, sweeping and shoveling. Prefer experience with horses or farming. Knowledge of plants a plus. $11/hour. Must have own car. If you need more hours, a neighbor has similar needs. Contact: riverbendfarm@comcast.net.

SEASONAL PART-TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Canton Leisure Services is now hiring for seasonal part-time positions that start in April-June 2014. Positions may include: lifeguards, summer camp counselors and supervisors, therapeutic recreation camp staff, special events coordinators, park laborers, Pheasant Run Golf Course staff, Canton Sports Center staff and more. If you enjoy a fast-paced, exciting work environment, don’t miss this opportunity to join a great team this summer! Students, here’s your chance to gain valuable work experience in your field of study. Apply today at www.canton-mi.org/humanresources/jobs.asp. For more information, call 734-394-5260

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

Administrative Coordinator, Campaign Strategy and International Giving, manage a variety of projects related to campaign implementation and strategy, provide support to the senior director and work closely with executives and assistants.

Customer Service/Reception, personable, customer-focused receptionist for home decorating business. Multi-tasking and organizational ability, solid computer skills and retail-type experience.

Marketing Assistant, create marketing materials, writes press releases, tracks program and marketing data, analyzes data and create reports.

Inside Sales Representative, consultative selling, use salesforce-client relationships software to track and follow-up on all prospecting, phone calls, communications, and appointments.

Contracts Assistant, organize, coordinate, and participate in the work of Contracts and Proposal Management department. Prepare and process standard forms and reports, maintain operations of contracting system.

Administrative Manager, sports and social club summer position. Bookkeeping, social media, train small staff in daily administrative duties, experience with HR functions including proper documentation of employee records.

Executive Administrative Assistant, provide assistance to the president in running daily operations in Ann Arbor office.

IT Desktop Technician, three years of desktop support in a Windows environment; experienced in installation/troubleshooting all currently supported Windows operations systems.

TIG Welder, welders at a Tier 1 supplier of automotive exhaust systems seeking candidates who are looking for a new career opportunity and are eager to grow with the company. These are full time, long-term, contract-to-hire positions located in Wixom and Brighton.

Head Pastry Manager, skilled and experienced individual to lead the pastry. Position provides an opportunity to be involved in a growing, changing and challenging organization that is doing pioneering work in food, service, management and training.

Summer Fellow, communicate with consumers about their new health coverage options. Great opportunity for candidates who are strong communicators, and passionate about expanding access to health coverage.

Classifieds

Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to thewashtenawvoice@gmail.com.

Note: Deadline for the final issue of the academic year on May 5 is Tuesday, April 29, at 5 p.m.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thank you! To the person who returned my ‘New York City Ballet’ hat to Lost and Found. ~ Mark Bertz’

FOR SALE

2003 HONDA ACCORD LX. Silver sedan; very good condition (9.1 out of 10 rating by Kelley Blue Book). Sunroof, great sound system, new tires and brakes. 122K miles. $4,800 – far below Blue Book value. Moving to Europe, can’t take my car, and it makes me sad. Phone 818-970-5281.

HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING, 1994, with just 7,500 gently ridden original miles. Completely original except for a few really nice add-ons. Perfect condition. $11,500 or best offer. Info: 989-390-9860.

FOR RENT

APARTMENT LEASE IN KALAMAZOO: Transferring to Western Michigan University? Looking for someone to take over my 12-month lease starting August 2014 at The Centre, off-campus student housing in Kalamazoo Michigan. 4bdrm/ba. Apartment; roommates not assigned yet, so ask friends to join you. $379/mo.individual leases. Includes cable/Internet, water, trash. For more information: For any questions or more details text or call 810-588-3327 or Email me at JDaratony@wccnet.edu

SERVICES

COMPUTER ASSISTANCE: Virus removal; upgrades; system wipe; data recovery; backups; and customizations? Contact Josh Hefner at jdhefner@hefnerlabs.com or text 734-363-8324.

VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. If in Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact info@washtenawliteracy.org or call 734-879-1320.

NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.

HELP WANTED

WEB DESIGN: Seeking an INP student proficient in Web page design and SEO to create and optimize a single page website for a local real estate broker. Initial compensation for finished product, residual income from the success of the site and a superb opportunity for referral business. Submit credentials to: Racozy39@gmail.com

BARN AND YARD HELP: 10 hours/week, some flexibility, north side of Ann Arbor. Physical work such as lifting 50-pound bags, mucking, sweeping and shoveling. Prefer experience with horses or farming. Knowledge of plants a plus. $11/hour. Must have own car. If you need more hours, a neighbor has similar needs. Contact: riverbendfarm@comcast.net.

SEASONAL PART-TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Canton Leisure Services is now hiring for seasonal part-time positions that start in April-June 2014. Positions may include: lifeguards, summer camp counselors and supervisors, therapeutic recreation camp staff, special events coordinators, park laborers, Pheasant Run Golf Course staff, Canton Sports Center staff and more. If you enjoy a fast-paced, exciting work environment, don’t miss this opportunity to join a great team this summer! Students, here’s your chance to gain valuable work experience in your field of study. Apply today at www.canton-mi.org/humanresources/jobs.asp. For more information, call 734-394-5260

Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email careers@wccnet.edu, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/

Administration Assistant to Marketing and Sales: ambitious, creative and innovative professional with passion for early childhood education, sales or marketing. Entry-level position with opportunity to learn and grow in the education/non-profit industry.

Applications Engineer/Specialist: Trains customers, identifies, analyzes and repairs product failures. Orders and replaces parts as needed. Determines and recommends which products or services best fit the customers’ needs. Performs in a variety of environments and enjoys travel.

Accounts Receivable Clerk: prepare daily bank deposits, post cash receipts, follow up on customer inquiries and past due accounts.

Assistant Infant/Toddler Teacher: 20 hours per week, willing to be trained in CPR and First Aid.

Marketing and Events Intern: Ideal candidate has a background in journalism or marketing and a passion for social networking; 16 hours per week.

Summer Developer/Programmer Intern: nationally recognized management consulting firm, is seeking a programmer/analyst with strong technology skills for a summer intern position and school year (part-time) or possible full-time position. Qualified candidates will have prior experience with Microsoft software and technologies.

Customer Service Associate: enjoy a high level of customer contact, and draw upon product knowledge, cash handling experience, and service training.

Shift Leader: friendly, enthusiastic people who enjoy customers. We will teach you everything you need to know for store operations and great customer service.

Summer Camp Assistant: assist the lead teacher, help ensure a safe comfortable environment, interact with students to promote learning and well-being.

Senior Accountant: maintain financial records, bookkeeping procedures and processes and employee benefit package management.

Account Clerk: perform technical and professional accounting functions for local, state and federally funded programs.

Production Design Draftsman: Responsible for producing manufacturing and construction drawings.  Candidates must be very detail oriented, with the ability to multi-task, and problem solve in a fast paced environment. Work will be completed primarily using Autodesk Architecture.