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"WHICH
IS YOUR
"LOOKING '"N%-4 \ JOB JOB?"

"RIGHT
JOB, RIGHT
TIME!"

FOR A CHANGE?
LOOK NO
FURTHER!"

VISIT OUR WEBSITE:
WWW.SEMJALLIANCE.ORG

We heard you loud and clear! The Southeastern Michigan Jewish AllianceTM will now be adding a full fourth page of
28 real jobs in our i-monthly section, listed and ready for you to apply for, Don't miss this great opportunity!

SEMJA FEATURED JOBS

• Assistant State Manager
(Smile Programs - Farmington Hills)

SMILE MICHIGAN

Dentists (5 available)

Looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated, detail-
oriented and well organized. Must have excellent
communication and customer service skills. Your job
will be to distribute program materials, coordinate
and verify charts, schedule schools and staff, and
support the activities of the state manager. Previous
experience in marketing and administration helpful.
This job is full time during the school year, with
summers off. COLLEGE DEGREE REQUIRED. Bilingual
in Spanish helpful.

Daily travel required. For more information, call
Judy Suter, (888) 833-8441.

• Medical Records Documents Review
Clerk (Smile Programs)

Seeking dentists and dental assistants to join our
in-school mobile dental teams. Our teams travel to
schools to provide dental services for children ages
2-18. For all the below positions and for more
information, send your resume by e-mail to
caringdental@mobiledentists.com , or by fax to
888-330-4331. Visit our website at
www.mobiledentists.com .

• Dental Assistants (15 available)

• Assistant State Manager (4 available)

Looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated, detail-
oriented, well organized and able to work
independently to review patient records for accu-

racy and completeness. Must enjoy working in a
fast-paced environment. Previous office experience
required. Attention to detail and accuracy is a must!
Excellent proofreading skills and experience with MS
Excel and Word required. Previous document review
experience preferred. This job is full time during the
school year, with summers off.

• Quality Control Coordinator
(Smile Program)

Looking for an administer on all aspects of our
ongoing quality control program, which is a highly
administrative, detail-oriented process. Must enjoy
working in a fast-paced environment. Previous office
experience required. Experience with MS Excel and
Word is a must! Previous dental experience preferred.
Job is full time during the school year, with summers
off. COLLEGE DEGREE REQUIRED.

• Data Entry Clerk (Smile Program)

Looking for someone who is enthusiastic, self-
motivated, detail-oriented, well organized and able
to work independently. You must enjoy working in
a fast-paced environment, have excellent computer
skills, including experience with MS Word and Excel,
and a minimum typing speed of 60 WPM. Attention
to detail and accuracy is a must! This job is full time
during the school year, with summers off.

• Outreach Coordinator - Rescheduling
(Smile Program)

Job will be to support the activities of the state
manager by scheduling schools to participate in our
program. Previous experience in telephone sales
and marketing helpful. Job is full time during the
school year, with summers off. COLLEGE DEGREE
REQUIRED. Bilingual in Spanish helpful.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF THE POSITIONS YOU SEE BELOW, CONTACT PAUL LEFKOWITZ AT PLEFKOWITZ@JVSDET.ORG

BUSINESS

Store Leader (2639)

Looking for dedicated, hard-working, self-motivated
employees with vision, focus, initiative and excellent com-
munication skills to become leaders at the coffee shop
through the Store Leader program. This program offers
in-store training that develops strong operational and
leadership skills.

Manager, Small Business Programs
(2660)

The Manager of Small Business Programs is responsible
for the planning, development, implementation and
evaluation for the Chamber's series of small business
programs that provide the benefit of learning,
education, collaboration and networking to chamber
members. Program mix will be a variety of in-person and
online learning and networking experiences for Chamber
members. Manager is responsible for working with
marketing department to develop program brand and
marketing strategy. Manager is responsible for working
with marketing opportunities staff to ensure sponsorship
revenue goals are met.

Manager, Small Business Programs
(2613)

Our company is seeking a motivated person as a leasing
agent in the West Bloomfield Area. It would be helpful to
have some prior leasing or sales experience but not
necessary; we will train.

Donated Goods Store Assistant Manager
(2661)

Assist in supervising, training and performance
evaluations for all retail store and production personnel,
clients, trainees and volunteers as directed by the store
manager. Assist in implementing and controlling all retail
policies and procedures as directed. Manages all store
operations and personnel in the absence of the store
manager. Oversee, in concert with the retail store man-
ager, general operations and be responsible for assisting
in capturing accurate retail and production documentation
for reporting purposes.

Donated Goods Store Manager (2659)

Effectively manage collections to ensure proper
processing and separation of incoming donations, outlet
merchandise, salvage goods if applicable and waste.
Ensure that the assigned store maximizes used goods
processing through proper sorting, preparing and pricing

items for sale. Ensure that production goals are
consistently met or exceeded. Responsible for establishing
and maintaining the store merchandising standards and
store appearance.

Drop In Center Assistant (2663)

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Participate in planning and implementing activities to
maintain cooperative relationships between the non-work
and work aspects of the program. Participate in the
coordination and service delivery of social activities.
Assist in meeting established Goodwill and OCCMHA
program standard for documentation.
Coordinate drop-in center services in the absence of the
centers' supervisor.

Vice President of Business Development
(2624)

Candidate will be a dynamic and visionary leader well
versed in strategic planning and business development.
He/she will have outstanding communication skills along
with excellent analytical and financial capabilities. In
addition, he/she will have a minimum of 7-10 years of
relevant experience with progressively responsible man-
agement duties that include 1-3 years in a senior leader-
ship role. A bachelor's degree in business administration,
health administration or a related discipline is required
and a MBA or Master's degree is preferred.

Chief Operating Officer (2631)

The successful candidate will have 3+ years experience in
senior management with education consisting of master-
level business administration and experience in financial
management. Additional experience and/or education in
social work, nonprofit administration, public policy or
public administration are desired.

General Accountant (2619)

Duties: AP, AR, bank records, assist controller
Type of degree required: B.A. accounting
No. of Years Experience: 3-5 years
Other qualifications: Quickbooks, Microsoft Office, Internet
Research

Staff Accountant (2664)

3 to 5 years experience in public accounting. Must have
audit experience. Some tax very helpful. CPA certificate
very beneficial.

Development Director (2280)

Work cooperatively with the executive director, financial
and program staff and the board of directors to ensure
the success of a comprehensive fundraising program so

that the vision/mission of the organization is fulfilled.
Develop and implement a comprehensive, goal-oriented
fundraising program with a primary focus on an annual
campaign, endowment funds and successful planned
giving strategy.

ADMINISTRATION

Secretary (2636)

A high school diploma and one year of experience. Must
have valid driver's license and be very dependable. Must
have experience in Quickbooks, craigslist and ebay. Must
be friendly, have patience, good phone manners and able
to work in a high pressured environment.

Front Desk Receptionist (26445)

Customer service is top priority, and therefore it is
imperative that he/she be courteous, friendly, sensitive,
knowledgeable and approachable. The facility seeks to
provide a warm and welcoming environment and front
desk staff and volunteers are influential in ensuring that
patrons are welcomed appropriately.

Income Supports Specialist (2633)

Desire and ability to work with a diverse group of people,
particularly those living in low-income distressed
neighborhoods. Ability to work independently and in a
team environment. Excellent Interpersonal skills (written
and verbal). Computer skills.

Youth Build Construction Trainer (2632)

Minimum of journey-level experience or three years
experience as a certified teacher in a construction training
program required. Licensed contractor with demonstrated
experience in construction management preferred.
Ability to work in an enthusiastic and encouraging way
with young people who have not completed high school.
Understanding of the issues facing young people who
have not completed high school.

ENGINEERING

Program Manager Vehicle Chassis (2658)

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Bachelor's degree in engineering or business administra-
tion; with a minimum of five years' management or super-
visory experience; or equivalent combination of education
and experience. Minimum five years' project/program
management experience in a vehicle chassis environment
with emphasis in areas such as frame/structures, sus-
pension, steering, brakes, driveline, or vehicle dynamics.
Previous automotive industry experience with an OEM

and/or supplying to OEM or Tier 1 suppliers. Must posses
strong leadership/management skills, be self-motivated
and have the ability to project manage and problem solve.

Engine Development Engineer (2617)

BS degree in mechanical engineering. Expertise in at least
two of the following: engine design, engine development,
bombustion analysis, statistical methods and experiment
design. Minimum 15 years' experience with engine test
design and results evaluation. Proven ability to solve a
variety of engine design problems through test design and
results evaluation. Strong skills and experience in engine
dynamometer testing and familiarity with combustion
analysis.

Design Release Engineer-Powertrain
(1743)

Bachelor's degree in Engineering (ME preferred). 3+ years
of powertrain systems design engineering experience.
Experience with OEM automotive, military or commercial
truck engineering systems and processes. Experience
with production assembly and manufacturing processes,
including launch.

Powertrain Engineer Entry Level (2656)

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Bachelor's degree in Engineering (BSME preferred). 0-2
years of experience in vehicle powertrain engineering.
A strong desire to learn powertrain component/system
design and development. Must have an excellent driving
record. Able to work independently or in team settings.
Must have excellent organizational skills including
prioritizing work assignments.

Program Manager-Vehicle Engineer
(2657)

Bachelor's degree in engineering or business
administration; with a minimum of five years' manage-
ment or supervisory experience; or equivalent combination
of education and experience. Minimum five years' project/
program management experience in vehicle integration
and/or body systems environment that includes exteriors,
interiors and closures. Previous automotive industry
experience with an OEM and/or supplying to OEM or Tier
1 suppliers. Must posses strong leadership/management
skills, be self-motivated, and have the ability to project
manage and problem solve.

If you would like to submit any events, information or would like to be featured in our section, please contact Rachel Lachover at (248) 351-5156 or
rlachover@thejewishnews.com . JOIN US ON FACEBOOK; search our group name and fan page "SE MICHIGAN JEWISH ALLIANCE"

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