Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Those interested in applying at the Woodhaven Meijer should visit www.jobs.meijer.com and indicate the preferred location during the application process.
Meijer locations across the Midwest are currently hiring up to 12,000 new employees, and about half of those positions are being filled in Michigan alone. Meijer stores are hiring new employees for the holiday season and to meet additional growth within the company, according to a Meijer release. “Customer service is one of the things that truly sets Meijer apart from our competition,” said Janet Emerson, executive vice president of operations for Meijer, in the release. “Our goal is to deliver the best customer experience and the lowest prices, and as we continue to grow it’s so important that we have the right levels of staff and the right people in those roles.” Staffing needs are expected to vary from location to location and those …
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Patch.com in Michigan is seeking four sales professionals for community news websites.
- Don Wyatt
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Patch.com in Michigan has four openings for "rock star" advertising professionals with local online sales experience. We're looking for people who want to help small businesses succeed. Patch provides local news and information on 30 websites covering 46 communities in southeast Michigan. Our advertising sales professionals work primarily within groups of clustered Patch sites. We are currently interviewing for four positions in the following communities: It is essential that applicants know the communities and surrounding areas and are familiar with and use digital and social media. Interested? Send your resume to Michigan Regional Publisher Rob Cucheran at Robert.Cucheran@patch.com. Check out listings for Patch positions around the …
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
The position became available after former Trenton assistant City Engineer Kelly Fedele left the position.
Trenton officials have temporarily lifted the hiring freeze once again in search of an assistant city engineer, a secretary at the Waste Water Treatment Plant and a Transfer Station attendant. Officials began seeking approval from council members to back fill the three positions after they recently became available. Approval to back fill the positions was granted at a special meeting Monday night at Trenton City Hall. City Administrator Jim Wagner said the secretary and attendant positions would likely be filled by part-time employees and is currently seeking an experienced, educated person to take over as assistant city engineer. Contact Human Resources Director Scott Church for more information firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-675-8585.
Thursday, July 19, 2012
The Trenton Police Department is hiring three new officers, which will save the city money in overtime costs, according to Councilperson Bill LeFever.
Have gun? Willling to travel to Trenton? Officials at the Trenton Police Department are looking to fill three patrol positions recently approved by city council members Monday at Trenton City Hall. Though the city has been on a hiring freeze since February, Trenton administrators requested the freeze be lifted to hire two police officers, an assistant engineer and a part-time clerical position at the Waste Water Treatment Plant and to provide a promotion in the Department of Public Works. Councilman Bill LeFever made a motion to increase the number of officer positions from two to three because the additional officer would reduce the number of overtime hours currently being used. The hiring freeze was not lifted for the three remaining …
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Chrysler Group LLC attributes their best June sales in five years to a number of different successes including a substantial increase in FIAT sales.
So often a success for Chrysler is, in turn, a success for Trenton with the Trenton Engine Plant pumping out Petastar engines for a number of Chrysler vehicles. Sales are up 20 percent for Chrysler Group LLC across the board including the best June sales in five years, according to a Chrysler release. There are a number of successes that helped Chrysler get to their 27th consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains including: In case you missed it, Chrysler is hiring five positions at the Trenton Engine Plant. Each is a salaried position for assembly, engineering, maintenance and supply chain management.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Recently, Chrysler began reusing the North Engine Plant to manufacture parts for the Pentastar engine.
Chrysler Group LLC announced the automotive company is looking to hire five people to work in Trenton for a few different manufacturing positions. Each job is a salaried position for the Trenton South Plant. Jobs available are: To apply for these jobs visit the Chrysler Careers website. Recently, Chrysler began reusing the North Engine Plant to manufacture parts for the Pentastar engine. In 2011, Chrysler Group decided to dust off the old North Engine Plant and invest $114 million to reuse a portion of the building for manufacturing parts, creating 268 new jobs.