Office Assistant, Beam Bros.

BEAM  BROS. Trucking Inc. is seeking a full-time Office Assistant to perform general office functions, run errands, and assist management as needed. Knowledge of Word and Excel is required. The successful candidate will possess strong organizational skills and multitasking ability. Must have clean driving record.

To be considered as a potential applicant you must complete an Application available at www.beambros.com  and attach a resume with salary requirements. Follow the instructions on the website when submitting information.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status or status as an individual with disability.

Editor/Photojournalist, WHSV

WHSV-TV is accepting resumes for a full-time EDITOR/PHOTJOURNALIST to edit its newscasts. Candidate must be good with computers and able to work under strict deadlines; some knowledge of a working television newsroom is helpful. Candidate must be willing to work all shifts, especially nights and early mornings. In addition, this person may be called upon to shoot breaking news. Candidates must be familiar with non-linear editing.  The successful candidate will have a “can-do” attitude and maintain the ability to work well under pressure. A Broadcast Communications degree, and/or technical training is a plus. A good driving record is also required. Email resume and reel to knorred@whsv.com or mail a DVD to: WHSV-TV, Attn: Kay Norred, News Director, 50 North Main St., Harrisonburg, VA 22802. WHSV-TV is a drug free workplace. WHSV is an EOE and participates in the E-verify program

Posted until 1/18/15

Morning Anchor/Producer, WHSV

Morning Anchor/Producer – WHSV is looking for a dynamic on-air personality who can also handle the dual role of producer for our Daybreak show.  This hybrid position plays a key leadership role in the newsroom in addition to co-anchoring two hours of news each day. This position is responsible for guidance, coaching, and accountability of our morning news team. Superior presentation, writing, producing and leadership skills are a must. This is a great opportunity for a reporter or producer to transition into an anchor position.  We want a strong producer who will use social media to help our viewers start their day. Proficiency with i-News is a plus. Creative use of new media and viewer submitted content is critical in this position. If you can see yourself living and working in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, we want to hear from you. Mail your demo reel and resume to: Kay Norred, News Director, WHSV, 50 North Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22802. You may also email your resume to knorred@whsv.com. WHSV is a drug free workplace. EOE. E-verify.

Posted until 1/18/15

Mechatronics Technician, Continental Automotive

Job Title: Mechatronics Technician

Client : Continental Automotive

Duration: Permanent Position

Job Type: Full Time.

Location: Morganton , North Carolina 

Shift- 2ND OR 3RD SHIFT AND FULL TIME JOB (PERMANENT)

 Max Pay Rate $22/hr.

Please find the job description below :

POSITION SUMMARY:

THESE ARE FOR 2ND OR 3RD SHIFT AND FULL TIME JOB (PERMANENT)

Overview: Ensure manufacturing equipment is producing product in accordance to approved standards and maintain all production and support equipment to assure high efficiency and zero defects. Core Responsibilities:

  • Properly maintain high speed automation equipment, tooling and associated machinery to designed standards.
  • Meet or exceed production standards and reduce product reject rates
  • Work with Engineering to continuously improve Quality, Cycle Times, and Process Performance.
  • Monitor measurement systems, SPC or other performance indicators and proactively respond to negative trends
  • *Review product FMEA’s and Control Plans. Additional Responsibilities:
  • N/A Core Capabilities:
  • Skilled multi-craft technician capable of repairing electro-mechanical, pneumatic & hydraulic devices.
  • Use basic hand tools as well as micrometers, calipers, multi-meters, and other test equipment.
  • Troubleshoot pneumatic/hydraulic circuits and analyze documentation in assigned area of responsibility.
  • Perform basic PLC programming skills for troubleshooting equipment and associated processes.
  • Capable of product evaluation, process or equipment troubles. Facilitate repairs or adjustments to improve the performance of the line and comply with quality standards. Required Qualifications:

Skills Required

Overview: Ensure manufacturing equipment is producing product in accordance to approved standards and maintain all production and support equipment to assure high efficiency and zero defects. Core Responsibilities:

  • Properly maintain high speed automation equipment, tooling and associated machinery to designed standards.
  • Meet or exceed production standards and reduce product reject rates.
  • Work with Engineering to continuously improve Quality, Cycle Times, and Process Performance.
  • Monitor measurement systems, SPC or other performance indicators and proactively respond to negative trends.
  • Review product FMEA’s and Control Plans

Additional Responsibilities:

  • N/A Core Capabilities:
  • Skilled multi-craft technician capable of repairing electro-mechanical, pneumatic & hydraulic devices.
  • Use basic hand tools as well as micrometers, calipers, multi-meters, and other test equipment.
  • Troubleshoot pneumatic/hydraulic circuits and analyze documentation in assigned area of responsibility.
  • Perform basic PLC programming skills for troubleshooting equipment and associated processes.
  • Capable of product evaluation, process or equipment troubles. Facilitate repairs or adjustments to improve the performance of the line and comply with quality standards.

To apply, contact Iman Rai, 734-237-3715, IRai@acrocorp.com

 

 

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Internship

ORNL is the largest science and energy laboratory in the Department of Energy system. Areas of research include materials, neutron sciences, energy, high-performance computing, systems biology and national security. Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSCduJ8cavw to discover some exciting reason why ORNL offers a great internship experience.

Benefits:

  • 10 weeks (June 1 – August 7) engaged in technical training projects under the direction of a laboratory scientist/engineer
  • Career development workshops/lab tours
  • $500 per week stipend and limited travel reimbursement/housing allowance (for those who qualify)

To be eligible, you must:

  • Be currently enrolled full-time at a community college or accredited two-year college and have completed at least one semester at the time of application*
  • Have completed at least 6 credit hours in science, mathematics, engineering or technology course areas and have completed at least 12 credit hours towards a degree
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be a U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.0

*Please note – the internship requires a full-time (at least 40 hours per week) commitment onsite at ORNL in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Some students find it reasonable to take online or evening classes during the course of the internship.

Application deadline: January 9, 2015 5:00 p.m. EST. Apply online now at http://science.energy.gov/wdts/

Email suli@orau.org for questions or additional information

Part-Time Clerical/Accounting , AG Stacker

Part-Time Clerical/Accounting Role in Weyers Cave at AG Stacker. We are a local manufacturer of machines for the corrugated industry and serve domestic and international customers.

Position is available immediately offering $10/hour, with 15-20 hours per week expected. Responsibilities include:

  • Reconciling credit card statements
  • Special projects
  • Answering/directing phone calls
  • Entering/Filing vendor invoices
  • Billing database adjustments

Please direct your resume to ssmoker@agstacker.com. Applications can be completed on-site at front office of 30 Packaging Drive, #104, Weyers Cave.

Internship Opportunity, Rockingham County Dept. of Community Development

Rockingham County is seeking students to intern in the Environmental Division of Rockingham County’s Department of Community Development.

Students interested in the areas of environmental policy, environmental engineering, local government, and hydrology would be most suited to this position. This internship will enable the intern to become familiar with how environmental policy and regulations are applied at the local government level as well as gain experience working with local municipality permitting software. This internship will also provide insight into how environmental topics learned in class apply to local municipalities, especially those topics related to hydrology and soil conservation.

Requirements:

  • Classroom experience/interest in environmental policy, environmental engineering, local government, and hydrology or other related fields.
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel
  • Able to commit 20 hours per week sometime between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
  • Please note, this internship is unpaid, however the internship may count towards academic credit depending on your academic program/department.

Interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to lperry@rockinghamcountyva.gov.

Internship Opportunity, Continuity Growth Systems

Chuck Boles with The CHUCK & BUDDY COLLEGE of Business Knowledge seeks an intern to help with his Continuity Growth Systems project.

Students should contact Chuck Boles for more information and to apply: 703.850.7400 (call or text)

Background: Using a business model of “more associates = more production = more profits”, real estate companies aggressively recruit independent contractors entrepreneurs (called associates) as resources for building their businesses. This “aggressive recruiting” business model has molded an industry belief that “recruiting as many associates as possible will benefit the firm’s profits”.

History has proven this “non-committal, quantity recruiting model” unsustainable for the positive growth of a real estate firm. Why? Having no interest in creating a career, a vast majority of recruited associates are part time players, unproductive and/or negative drains on resources and profits.

What about the productive, career minded associate? Unfortunately, firm owners commit little (or nothing) to help the productive, serious, career minded associate build his/her career, resulting in 87% of the associates “simply walking away from their books of business” at the end of their careers.

Vision: Replace the current “quantity recruiting/zero profit model” with a “quality recruiting/profit growth model”; a revolutionary business model that benefits both the firm and the associate by:

  1. Attracting career minded associates having the goal of creating “start-to-finish” career plans with “end-of-career” strategies that include potential for cash bonuses for books of business,
  2. Teaching firm owners how to help the career associate achieve his/her career building goal, and
  3. “Recycling” career associate books of business to grow the firm’s market share and profits.

Commentary: Along with some professional colleagues, I have drafted a “recruiting and business growth guide” (titled “Continuity Growth Systems™) for firm owners who recruit independent contractor entrepreneurs as resources for building their businesses.

The guide details a sustainable “recruiting and business growth strategy” for an industry that has, historically, used non-sustainable strategies for healthy business growth.

Scope of Project: I need unbiased resources for:

(1) “Polishing” the manuscript with “arm’s length”, outsider perspectives, using

(2) Text that appeals to multi-generational audiences (Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Y), and

(3) Creating visual illustrations to summarize/emphasize the main points of the document.

(4) Creating a final document for submission to publisher 

Time Line: Project completed by end-March, early-April 2015.

 Benefit To:              How?

Intern  – Exposure to a field of business and opportunity to learn a model for recruiting and building a business using independent contractor entrepreneurs. Also, learns the pre-publication process.

My Company – Final edition of a pre-published book

Real Estate Industry- A guide that influences change

Asset Protection Associate (APA), Walmart Staunton

An Asset Protection Associate (APA) plays a vital role in the safety, security, prevention of shrinkage and lost profit in our stores. They assist in the protection of our Company’s assets, to include the customers, associates, facility, and inventory. Their responsibilities include security, detection, deterrence and apprehension, safety, and crisis management, as well as communicating with associates, customers, and salaried managers in our facilities.

To apply, go to www.walmart.com, select the Staunton location and Asset Protection Associate.

Picker Packer 1, RR Donnelley

Job Summary: Follow detailed procedures to perform routine packing work. Pick and package a variety of printed materials or printed related items that require a limited variety of packing procedures and techniques. Place, arrange, mark, seal and tag items on pallets and in containers, bins and bulk storage. Consolidate various items for shipment in accordance with standard operating instructions. Assemble finished products into boxes or containers for shipping. Count and sort various product items. Perform related tasks such as placing labels on packages, putting manuals into binders and handling boxes for final product. Ensure accurate information is attached and packages are shipped according to specified schedule.

Job level factors: Skill in reading specifications and identifying the correct parts for fulfilling customer orders. Knowledge of routine packing procedures, techniques, equipment and basic warehouse procedures. Skills in using a limited variety of packing procedures and techniques. Knowledge of shipping documents and ability to identify shipping requirements and procedures for specific items using manual or automated processes. Skill in completing manual and computerized forms and shipping documents regarding stock description, units of issue, weight, quantity, and labeling requirements for incoming and outgoing materials and equipment. Requires basic arithmetic and standard formulas to determine size and volume of packing containers and materials.

Education: Equivalent to 8th grade plus additional classes

Hours: Monday – Friday, 2:00 -10 p.m. Rate: $8.50, first 90 days, then goes to $10.56; shift differential $0.30.

To apply: Contact Raquel Cross, Senior Account Manager, Staffmark, Raquel.cross@staffmark.com, 540.442.1329.