3rd SHIFT Sunday through Thursday
Seeking a qualified Tool Crib Attendant to maintain several POU
(Point of Use) storage locations throughout a manufacturing
facility. Optimize material flow through the entire process focused
on support for the customer. Kanban scanning. Stocking shelves.
Continuously improve area of responsibility and strive for complete
customer satisfaction. Perform administrative type functions and
customer support to assist the
site in reducing procurement costs, generating cost savings, and
engaging in effective customer relationship-building
Performs duties with limited supervision following established
procedures and deadlines.
• Interacts with suppliers to insure they are providing adequate
service to our customer.
• Assures all deliveries are secured and put away in the proper
location. Spot Buys are delivered to the requester. Works with
customer to identify all items and locate them in the proper
• Be qualified to operate necessary customer systems to perform
job functions (i.e. SAP, Maximo, Word and Excel).
• Maintain multiple clean, safe, organized cribs/POUs and
surrounding areas. Dusting, sweeping and light trash removal.
• Perform Cycle Counting Activities of Crib and POU (Point of
• Maintaining, optimization and restocking of POU (Point of Use)
locations throughout plant.
• Contribute to periodic Inventory Activities on site and
elsewhere within company as needed/ requested.
• Keep Site Manager apprised of matters resolved (and how
handled) and of matters requiring Site Manager’s attention.
• Relay messages from Site Manager to customer
• Maintain all Bin Labeling and organization.
• Scan all disbursements and use tools available for restocking
and follow up.
• Compile and type lists and records, statistical reports, and
• Help Maintain site office equipment and supplies.
• Proper use of general hand tools. Other tasks/duties as
• Education of product to be able to assist customer with
technical support needs. ? Take part in weekly Safety Tour of work
WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
• To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able
to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
• Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and
small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees
of the organization. Strong interpersonal skills, verbal and
written a must.
• Knowledge of general hardware items: fasteners, plumbing,
motors, hand tools, automotive, is a plus.
• Must be able to sit at a work station for extended periods,
using computer keyboard.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and
• The employee is occasionally required to climb, balance,
stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl.
• The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50
pounds. May be required to walk 3-5 miles per day and go up and
down stairs multiple times per day.
• High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and 1
year of clerical experience.
• Must have at least basic knowledge of Word, Excel, &
How to Apply:
Please submit resume and apply online at www.smsgoc.com
Mitalent.org URL for the position,
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 10826661
Program Director – Completion Corps
MICHIGAN COLLEGE ACCESS NETWORK
For information about the Michigan College Access Network, visit
The Program Director of the College Completion Corps is a new
position to Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) as we expand our
commitment to AmeriCorps and our college success programming. Under
the supervision of the Director of Service Strategy, the Program
Director will help design, implement and evaluate a new program,
the College Completion Corps. Model development has already
The College Completion Corps is an AmeriCorps-funded program
that places college completion coaches on community college
campuses across the state to support students in successfully
retaining, persisting and completing a post-secondary certificate
or degree. MCAN received a planning grant from the Michigan
Community Service Commission in 2019 to support the development of
a full proposal to launch the program in mid-late 2020.
The ideal candidate is self-motivated, technically-capable,
detail-oriented and has the ability to prioritize multiple tasks in
a fast-paced, innovative environment. Having a tolerance for
ambiguity and an adventuresome outlook will help ensure success
within MCAN’s work and culture. A strong commitment and
understanding of the role of college access in addressing racism
and equity is essential. An understanding of the federal AmeriCorps
program will be helpful as well.
This position is currently grant funded.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
The Program Director performs a wide range of duties including,
but not limited to, the following:
• Supervise all future and current program staff.
• Plan and deliver high quality and effective pre- and
in-service training to all completion coaches. Assess training to
ensure continuous improvement and just-in-time training when
necessary. Seek and contract with external training partners where
• Plan and deliver all training for campus-based site
supervisors required for Completion Corps host sites.
• Help maintain strong relationships with funding partners
including foundations, employers and other investors.
• Ensure a robust recruitment process for high-quality
completion coaches who represent the communities and campuses they
will be serving and meet the requirements to serve as an AmeriCorps
• Work closely with host campuses regarding recruitment,
training, data collection, evaluation and any other topics
necessary for program success.
• Help create, manage and report on program budgets including
grant funding and other investments.
• Collect and manage appropriate data to measure program impact.
Make programmatic changes to increase impact as the program
evolves. Regularly report outcomes internally at MCAN and
externally to coaches, partners, host sites, funders and the
• Help create, launch and grow an alumni engagement program to
ensure Completion Coaches stay connected to MCAN after their years
• Work closely with the Michigan Community Service Commission
(MCSC) and its AmeriCorps Program to ensure compliance, protocols
and systems are created and kept up as the federal and state
requirements change over time. Serve as an AmeriCorps Program
Director and participate in all required activities as such with
• Work within the MCAN Service Strategy department and across
the organization with other departments to coordinate, collaborate
and amplify all work.
• Work with the Community Mobilization department to manage the
grantmaking process for applicant campuses to the Completion Corps
program including creating and updating the request for proposals,
facilitating the review process, outreaching to potential
applicants, and managing memoranda of understanding.
• Serve as a contributing member of the MCAN team and provide
leadership in increasing postsecondary access and success on behalf
of the organization and in support of the strategic plan. This
includes finding ways to build an anti-racist internal and external
• Employ Targeted Universalism to move the needle on MCAN’s
college access dashboard metrics.
• Speak widely across the state and country at meetings and
conferences to raise the profile of the program and the
organization while providing advice and learnings to others seeking
to support our or alike missions.
• Work with and support Local College Access Networks, Promise
Zones, and other partner organizations to assist their efforts and
ensure the Completion Corps is aligned with their activities.
• Perform other duties as needed to advance the mission of the
Michigan College Access Network.
• This position is full-time and is eligible for MCAN’s full
benefits package including generous health, dental, vision, life,
and disability insurance, retirement benefits, significant paid
time off, paid holidays, and a fun work environment.
The ideal candidate should:
• Have an understanding of the concepts of institutional and
structural racism and bias and their impact on underserved and
• Have experience considering the impacts of college access and
success on multiple communities, including communities of color,
and those with low socioeconomic status.
• Have experience incorporating the perspectives of multiple
communities, including communities of color, in the consideration
of impacts and outcomes of a decision-making process.
• Prioritize work, multi-task, work independently with minimal
supervision, and accurately perform duties in a fast-paced
• Have ability to solve problems, pay attention to detail, and
follow through on tasks assigned through completion.
• Work efficiently and adhere to established deadlines.
• Possess strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work
effectively as part of a team.
• Have a passion for working in the nonprofit and education
sector – especially for postsecondary attainment.
• Have strong written communication skills that demonstrate
professional composition, proper grammar, clarity, and reflect the
tone of the Michigan College Access Network.
• Show professionalism in all they do through confidence,
competence and communication.
• Have extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office Products and
Gmail as well as knowledge of basic office and communication
equipment and software.
The ideal candidate must:
• Have a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
• Have a strong and demonstrated commitment to equity.
• Have a valid in-state driver license for local travel.
Priority will be given to candidates with:
• Experience with launching and/or leading AmeriCorps
• Experience working on a community college campus or directly
with community college students.
• Prior service as an AmeriCorps member in any stream of
• A Master’s degree in a relevant field, preferred.
How to Apply:
MCAN believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates
is critical to our success and we seek to recruit, develop, and
retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.
MCAN is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages people from
all backgrounds to apply.
For questions related to this position, please email Vicky
Wright, Director of Operations, at email@example.com. To
apply, please submit résumé and cover letter to
firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to apply by July 8,
Mitalent.org URL for the position,
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 10810713
DIMONDALE NURSING CARE CENTER
Our RNs/LPNs provide specialized care to patients in a variety
of areas including orthopedics, cardiac, respiratory, oncology,
palliative care, infections, neurology and dermatology.
You will be empowered to assess the needs and implement care as
you deem necessary utilizing the latest in technology and being a
part of a strong interdisciplinary team.
You will enjoy excellent training and support, cost-effective
benefit options to meet your family needs, financial assistance
towards your education, and the sky is the limit for growth and
We are ranked at the top in our industry because of our staff’s
commitment to excellence. We are very proud of what we do and we
are looking for the best talent to be a part of our family.
What you will need to be part of our EPIC team:
• A current license to practice as an RN in Michigan; current
• An Associate's or Bachelor's Degree, or higher.
• A high level of analytical abilities in order to prepare
personalized guest care plans, implement effective nursing care and
rehabilitation, and develop solutions to difficult problems
concerning guest well-being.
• Excellent customer service skills with a commitment to
delivering Excellent, Passionate, Innovative care!
• You are a team player, dedicated to doing what it takes to
support your team members and get the job done
We are a Nexcare Managed Community. Nexcare Health Systems, a
Michigan owned and operated company, manages communities located
across southeastern Michigan that operate over 1900 beds supported
by over 2800 employees. We are the third largest provider of
skilled nursing and short term rehab services in Michigan and well
known for our commitment to excellent care which is why we are
consistently at the top in our industry as reported by the CMS
quality rating system.
How to Apply:
The facility address is 4000 N. Michigan Rd, Dimondale, MI
48821, walk in interviewes welcome, or call 517-646-6258 and ask
for HR to schedule an interview. Email request to
Mitalent.org URL for the position,
Michigan Talent Bank Job Order Number: 10537198
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