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.