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Job Post: Curtiss Aero Inc.

 

Curtiss Aero Inc. is a growing aircraft service and management company based in Danbury, CT. We’re seeking a bright, motivated and experienced CFI for a full-°©‐time pilot and management role. The position includes instructing in a Cirrus as well as Pilot Services. The position also includes flying as an SIC in a Citation Jet. This individual will also over see the flight school with scheduling, computer data entry and marketing.

Employees work in a collaborative environment. We’re a company with rapid growth plans that seeks A-players to help us achieve our goals. Pay may include base and productivity incentives; commiserate with experience, expect 400-600 hours a year.

Experience:

• 800 hours total time

• 100 hours Cirrus time preferred

• 100 hours in last six months

• Leadership experience in operational role preferred

• Instructor experience

Education:

• Commercial pilot certificate required

• First or Second class medical required

• CFI, CFII required; MEI preferred

• Bachelor’s degree preferred

Job Description:

• Primary Instructor and Lead pilot for Cirrus pilot service contracts

• Oversee flight school operations

• Safe and efficient completion of flights

• Strong organizational skills

• Accept additional duties and projects as assigned by the DO, CP or company principles

Core Skills:

• Strong communication skills needed to interface with high-°©‐level customers and representatives

• Ability to represent company in a positive manner with internal and external clients

•Ability to use own judgment and initiatives in problem resolution.

Additional Information: Position is located in Danbury, CT, with some responsibilities in Bridgeport, CT.

Candidates will be required to complete a background check, to include: Prior employment verification, education verification, residency status, criminal background check, drug screening, and motor vehicle records check. Eagle Air application must be filled out before employment can be offered. No third party applications will be considered

Curtiss Aero is a growing aircraft management company and joining our team can create big opportunities for the right fit candidate.

Curtiss Aero can be found online at www.curtissaero.net

Job Post: Windy City Flyers

 

Position: Certificated Flight Instructor

Windy City Flyers is seeking full‐time CFI’s for Flight Instructor positions at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling, IL (PWK).

Minimum Requirements:
 Must possess a 3rd Class Medical
 Must possess a current CFI‐A
 Experience with various types of GPS equipment

Recommended Requirements:
 CFI & CFII
 Previous flight instruction experience
 High level of knowledge in basic aircraft systems
 High level of knowledge in G1000 equipped aircraft

Details:
 Pay rate based on experience level
 Increase pay rate opportunities
 Benefits available after 90 days (Health & Dental)

Qualified candidates should send resumes to hr@windycityaviation.com or drop off at Windy City Flyers, 1098 S. Milwaukee Ave., Ste. 301, Wheeling Illinois, 60090.

Based at Chicago Executive (Palwaukee) Airport for over 22 years, Windy City Flyers has been providing safe flight instruction and rental on Chicagoland’s largest and most diverse fleet. Windy City Flyers also operates the area’s largest flying club offering reduced rental rates on a modern and well‐equipped fleet of aircraft.

Job Post: Windy City Flyers

 

Aviation Maintenance, Inc. is seeking a piston aircraft maintenance technician for our maintenance shop at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling, IL (PWK).

Position: Aircraft Maintenance Technician Minimum Requirements:

 Must have current A&P Certificate
 General Aviation experience (light aircraft)
 Basic knowledge of aircraft mechanical component troubleshooting, repair procedures and replacement of parts
 Working knowledge of technical publications in computer and microfiche form
 Technician will receive guidance, as required, from supervisor or higher‐level technician
 Logbook entry and record‐keeping experience a plus
 Previous fiberglass, sheet metal and paint experience preferred

Details:
 Pay rate based on experience level
 Full and/or part time positions available
 Flexible work schedule with occasional weekend on‐call
 Benefits available after 90‐days (Health & Dental)

Qualified candidates should send resumes to hr@amimx.com or drop off at Windy City Flyers, 1098 S. Milwaukee Ave., Ste. 301, Wheeling Illinois, 60090.

Located at Chicago Executive Airport (PWK), Aviation Maintenance Inc. (AMI) is a Cessna and Cirruscertified repair facility supporting various new and older model piston and turboprop aircraft. AMI is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug free environment.

Job Post: Corporate Eagle

 

OPPORTUNITY 

Flight Crewmember. 

OPPORTUNITY SUMMARY 

Our business is growing rapidly. We will be soon adding more aircraft to our fleet and are now seeking additional individuals to join our team of professional pilots for flight duty in unscheduled FARs 91K and 135 operations. Our fleet currently consists of 12 aircraft (3 x King Air B200, 2 x Hawker 700, 4 x 800XP, and 3 x Falcon 2000) with operations based at Oakland County International Airport (KPTK). Responsibilities will include flight and ground duty as required flight crewmember (Second-In-Command) in domestic and international operations. Essential attributes candidate(s) must possess include the ability to provide exceptional personal concierge services to our private Members, maintain a high level of technical competence and professionalism, and perform nominal office duties as required/directed. Advancement to Captain occurs based on a scheduled pilot performance-based progression plan. All flight crewmembers are cross-qualified in two of the three types of aircraft we operate. Initial equipment training may be in any of the three aircraft types operated (dependent on immediate need), with training in a second type to follow six months later. 

START DATE 

Successful candidate to be trained, qualified/checked, and released for duty in Q2 – Q3 2015. 

LOCATION 

Waterford, MI. 

OPENINGS 

Four (4) total. 

STARTING COMPENSATION (Effective 1/1/2015) 

First Officer: $32,000 - $86,000 (Actual starting compensation dependent on candidate qualifications and experience). 

Captain: $74,000 - $145,000 (Actual starting compensation dependent on candidate qualifications and experience). 

BENEFITS 

401K, cost-shared (HSA) medical, dental, life insurance, AD&D insurance, voluntary vision plan. 

DEADLINE 

Successful candidate to be trained, qualified/checked, and released for duty in Q2 – Q3 2015. 

COMPANY 

Corporate Eagle Management Services, Inc. 

KPTK – Waterford, MI. 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS 

Please forward/email your resume and contact information to: 

Christopher A. Weedon 

Vice President, Director of Operations 

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6320 Highland Road 

Waterford, MI 48327 

Direct Line: 248.461.9034 

Fax: 248.461.9009 

E-Mail: cweedon@corporateeagle.com 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (First Officer) 

Academics 

College Graduate 

o Bachelor’s Degree 

Pilot Certificate and Ratings 

 Commercial Pilot Certificate 

o Instrument Rating 

o Multi-Engine Rating 

 Flight Instructor 

o Single Engine (airplane) 

o Multi-Engine (airplane) 

o Instrument (airplane) 

 FAA Second Class Medical Certificate (with ability to obtain First Class) 

Flight Experience 

 Total Time 

o 1200 hours 

100 hours Multi-Engine as PIC 

o 500 hours cross-country 

o 100 hours night 

o 75 hours instrument (actual or simulated instrument) 

50 hours instrument in actual flight 

 Dual Given 

o 500 hours 

75 Multi-Engine 

Other 

 Passport 

 FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS (First Officer) 

Academics 

 College Graduate 

o Bachelor’s Degree 

Aviation/Aeronautics related Major 

Pilot Certificates and Ratings 

 Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (or ATP written test and ability to immediately take Practical Test for ATP Certificate) 

 Flight Instructor 

o Single Engine (airplane) 

o Multi-Engine (airplane) 

o Instrument (airplane) 

 FAA First Class Medical Certificate (with ability to maintain) 

Flight Experience 

 Total Time 

o 1500 hours 

250 hours as PIC 

 150 hours Multi-Engine as PIC 

o 500 hours cross-country 

100 hours cross-country as PIC 

o 100 hours night 

25 hours night as PIC 

o 75 hours instrument (actual or simulated instrument) 

50 hours instrument in actual flight 

 Dual Given 

o 750 hours 

100 Multi-Engine  

Other 

 Passport 

 FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Captain) 

Academics 

 First Officer Minimum Qualifications 

Pilot Certificate and Ratings 

 First Officer Minimum Qualifications, plus; 

o Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) 

Airplane Multi-Engine Land 

Flight Experience 

 First Officer Minimum Qualifications, plus 

o Total Flight Time 

2500 hours 

 1000 hours Turbine 

500 hours Turbine PIC, or 1500 hours Multi-Engine PIC  

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS (Captain) 

Academics 

 First Officer Preferred Qualifications 

Pilot Certificate and Ratings 

 First Officer Preferred Qualifications, plus; 

o Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) 

Airplane Multi-Engine Land 

Flight Experience 

 First Officer Preferred Qualifications, plus 

o Total Flight Time 

3000 hours 

 1500 hours Turbine 

1000 hours Turbine PIC, or 2000 hours Multi-Engine PIC 

 Aircraft operational experience; 

o Beechcraft King Air series aircraft, or 

o Experience in Hawker HS125 series aircraft, or 

o Experience in Falcon 2000 series aircraft 

 Avionics operational experience; 

o Rockwell Collins Proline 2, 4 or 21, or 

o Honeywell NZ-2000, or 

o Universal UNS-1Xx 

POSITION DESCRIPTION (First Officer) 

Position Summary 

Corporate Eagle flight crewmembers are responsible to professionally and enthusiastically deliver Private Club level services to our Members, and must be committed to providing our Members with the seamless safety, comfort and convenience expected. 

Essential Job Responsibilities 

 Operate in accordance with domestic and international regulations, FAA approved company procedures, industry best practices, and the highest level of aviation safety standards. 

 Coordinate Corporate Eagle team activities and efforts, preflight to post-flight, to ensure unity in thought and action. Establish and exercise task responsibility and accountability so that decisions and responsibilities can be identified and acted upon with consistency and expediency. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 

 Working knowledge of the appropriate sections of the Federal Aviation Regulations, Airman’s Information Manual, Aircraft Manufactures Manuals, 

 Maintain competency required for scheduled flight, simulator and ground training scheduled and performed throughout the year. 

 Maintain Airline Transport Pilot proficiency standards and continually strive to improve aviation skills and knowledge. 

 Continually evaluate and improve flight and ground performance. 

 Openly discuss and improve weak areas found during revenue trips or during required company line checks. 

 Pass a First Class medical examination every six (6) months. 

 Maintain basic computer knowledge and proficiency. 

 Maintain Flight Instructor Certificate(s) and ratings.  

Supervisory Responsibilities 

 The professional management of the flight deck to include the coordination between flight crewmembers. 

 Representation of Corporate Eagle while on the job to the extent required to properly deliver safety, convenience and comfort to our Members. 

Success Factors 

 Ability to promote and implement action plans. 

 Display of an enthusiastic spirit. 

 Mentoring and inspiration of subordinates. 

 Promoting the essence of teamwork by example. 

 Personal and company success oriented attitude. 

 Personal commitment and self-motivation. 

 Demonstrating an engaged attitude.  

POSITION DESCRIPTION (Captain) 

Position Summary 

Corporate Eagle flight crewmembers are responsible to professionally and enthusiastically deliver Private Club level services to our Members, and must be committed to providing our Members with the seamless safety, comfort and convenience expected. 

Essential Job Responsibilities 

 Operate in accordance with domestic and international regulations, FAA approved company procedures, industry best practices, and the highest level of aviation safety standards. 

 Coordinate Corporate Eagle team activities and efforts, preflight to post-flight, to ensure unity in thought and action. Establish and exercise command authority so that decisions and responsibilities can be identified and acted upon with consistency and expediency. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 

 Working knowledge of the appropriate sections of the Federal Aviation Regulations, Airman’s Information Manual, and Aircraft Manufactures Manuals. 

 Maintain competency required for scheduled flight, simulator and ground training scheduled and performed throughout the year. 

 Maintain Airline Transport Pilot proficiency standards and continually strive to improve aviation skills and knowledge. 

 Continually evaluate and improve flight and ground performance. 

 Openly discuss and improve weak areas found during revenue trips or during required company line checks. 

 Pass a First Class medical examination every six (6) months. 

 Maintain basic computer knowledge and proficiency. 

 Maintain Flight Instructor Certificate(s) and ratings.  

Supervisory Responsibilities 

 The professional management of the flight deck to include the coordination between flight crewmembers. 

 Representation of Corporate Eagle while on the job to the extent required to properly deliver safety, convenience and comfort to our Members.  

Success Factors 

 Ability to promote and implement action plans. 

 Display of an enthusiastic spirit. 

 Mentoring and inspiration of subordinates. 

 Promoting the essence of teamwork by example. 

 Personal and company success oriented attitude. 

 Personal commitment and self-motivation. 

 Demonstrating an engaged attitude. 

Internship: Northern Jet Management

 

Northern Jet Management

Training Outcomes and Expectations

Title:  General Aviation / Business Intern

Training Opportunities:

  • Gaining knowledge of the processes and programs involved in the Flight Operations including:
    • How to update the General Operations Manual and General Maintenance Manual.
    • Learning details on aircrafts and business processes by assisting in aircraft audits.
    • Gaining skills in research, data analysis, and customer service by supporting fuel savings program initiatives.
  • Information, training, and hands-on experience about aircraft fleet management while updating and revising technical data and manuals.
  • Experience in negotiation and customer service through checking and/or negotiating fuel prices with vendors.
  • Opportunity to cultivate various projects within general operations business/administration.
  • Exposure to Accounting, Marketing, Client Relations, Maintenance, Parts, and Flight Operations Departmental activities, through job shadowing and projects.
  • Building administrative skills such as: organizing/creating files, computer programs, phone system, faxing, copying and inner office scanning. 
  • Enhancing problem solving skills by offering creative solutions to general business related problems and processes.
  • Development in professional goals through prioritizing, organizing, and accomplishing tasks.
  • Aiding departmental team leaders and HR in skill training activities.
  • Gaining valuable work experience; relevant for gaining skills and knowledge necessary in the workforce, as well as resume building.

Internship Recommendations:

  • Ability to be in the office approximately 20 hours a week between 8:00AM-6:00PM for no less than 3 months.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Junior/Senior pursuing a degree in Aviation or a related field preferred.
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Ability to conduct themselves in a corporate/professional environment.
  • Current verbal/written communication skills that will be improved through on-the-job exposure.
  • Someone who is organized, detail oriented, punctual, creative, and has an energetic personality.
  • Unpaid position located in Grand Rapids, MI 
Please submit your resume to Shawn McCreery at smccreery@northernjet.net by March 25, 2015.  Selected individual will begin in May 2015.

Internship: Delta Air Lines

 

DELTA AIR LINES: LINE OPERATIONS INTERNSHIP 

POSITIONS AVAILABLE* *Approximately 2 months prior to the start of each semester 

JOB SUMMARY: There are three Line Operations Internship positions available at the World Headquarters for Delta Air Lines in Atlanta, Georgia. This is a paid internship, including additional privileges such as standby travel anywhere in the Delta system while off duty. Each intern will be assigned individual duties; however, all three interns will be cross-trained and expected to work as a team to complete all tasks. Due to the large volume of hands-on projects, Delta’s Flight Operations interns will learn about the industry and gain valuable life experience in addition to the occasional job shadow opportunity. Most duties are Flight Operations (pilot) based and are valuable to anyone with a long term goal of becoming an airline pilot. 

RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS: An intern at Delta Air Lines will assist management with the coordination of travel arrangements, calendar organization, as well as coordinating with pilots about speaking engagements and career fairs. An intern will be required to maintain and update jumpseat approval letters, reviews and reports of unauthorized use of the jumpseat, and ensuring the jumpseat letters are distributed accordingly. An intern will also be required to work directly with the tech pilots and the NextGen Working group by assisting in any way or on any projects that need completing, including flying in the sim as necessary with the pilots to test procedures. 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Intern candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program with an aviation discipline, have a competitive GPA, and be in good academic standing with the University. An intern must possess excellent communication skills, be able to process complicated issues quickly, and maintain confidentiality when dealing with sensitive information and documents. Due to the technical nature of some projects, interns will be required to demonstrate a competency in technical skills to include but not limited to simulator tours, collect and analyze flight planning or operational information, read and summarize new regulations, and quickly learn or be able to relate to the advanced jet environment. It is preferred that a candidate is actively engaged in student or community groups, has at least a private pilot certificate, a better than average GPA, and due to the extensive computer and desk work, a strong demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Access, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required. 

Apply online at www.delta.com 

Careers > College Programs > Search College Program Opportunities > Line Operations Intern

The application is available until March 26, 2015.

Job Post: Priority Air Charter

 

Priority Air Charter is an on demand 135 operation dealing with mostly freight.  We are based in Kidron Ohio (about 40 minutes from Canton). We operate 4 Cessna Caravans and 3 Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.  Our pilots fly on average 800 hours a year, covering the entire US Canada and Mexico.  Typically we operate single pilot but we have recently started an SIC program to get people the time required to become a PIC.

Our required flight times to be a PIC are 1200 total time 500 point to point cross country (not needed to be 50nm) 100 night and 75 instrument.

For our SIC program we are trying to find pilots with around 800 total flight time (no other requirements), however we are more than happy to look at people with lower total time for the right person. 

Also for both PIC and SIC we ask that our pilots have a current US passport.

As an SIC you would fly trips with a PIC until hitting your required flight time for upgrade then we would upgrade you to PIC and you would be able to fly single pilot trips.

All of our pilots start in the Cessna Caravan. Around 8 months after becoming a PIC if they are performing well we like to offer them the upgrade to the PC-12.

Interested candidates may submit a resume to Kevin Kotewa at kevink@flypac.net.

Job Post: WMU College of Aviation-Dispatcher

 

Job Title:  Student Dispatcher 

Posted to: Western Michigan University

Opportunity Type: Job 

Description:  

Facilitate the assignment and distribution of training resources for activities required for completion of University flight courses and FAA ratings. Represent the College of Aviation in a professional and welcoming manner.

Major Duties

  • Dispatch and check in training activities routinely throughout the day
  • Sell and maintain inventory for pilot supplies available through the Pilot Shop
  • Serve as customer service representative for Flight Operations
  • Other duties as assigned by Manager of Dispatch and Scheduling

Minimum Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled at Western Michigan University's College of Aviation
  • Experience with Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to learn and use web based programs
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Desired Qualifications

  • Familiarity with Western Michigan University's College of Aviation
  • Excellent customer service skills

Location(s): Battle Creek, Michigan

Compensation Type:  Paid 

Job Status:  Part-Time 

Job Classification:  Part Time On Campus 

Job Function:  Customer Service 

Period Of Employment: Not Specified 

Cover Letter Required:  Yes 

Writing Sample(s) Required:  No 

Other Document(s) Required:  Yes 

Other Requested Materials:  
Resume
Schedule of Availability for Fall 2014 

Application Qualifications

Major/Concentration:  
---COLLEGE OF AVIATION ---

Student Status:  
First Year, Junior, Senior, Sophomore 

Work Authorization Status:  
Include all candidates  

Application Method

Must apply through BroncoJOBS

 

Job Post: WMU College of Aviation-Scheduler

 

Job Title: Student Scheduler 

Posted to: Western Michigan University

Opportunity Type:  Job 

Description:  

Scheduling of training resources for activites required for completion of University flight courses and FAA ratings. Represent the College of Aviation in a professional and welcoming manner.

Major Duties

  • Build and maintain the schedule for all training resources on a daily basis
  • Serve as backup for Student Dispatcher as necessary
  • Serve as customer service representative for Flight Operations
  • Other duties as assigned by Manager of Dispatch and Scheduling

Minimum Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled at Western Michigan University's College of Aviation
  • Experience with Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to learn and use web based programs
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Desired Qualifications

  • Familiarity with Western Michigan University's College of Aviation
  • Excellent customer service skills

Location(s): Battle Creek, Michigan

Compensation Type:  Paid 

Job Status:  Part-Time 

Job Classification:  Part Time On Campus 

Job Function:  Customer Service 

Period Of Employment:  Not Specified 

Cover Letter Required:  Yes 

Writing Sample(s) Required:  No 

Other Document(s) Required:  Yes 

Other Requested Materials:  
Resume
Schedule of Availability for Summer I/II 2015 and Fall 2015 

Application Qualifications

Major/Concentration:  
---COLLEGE OF AVIATION --- 

Student Status:  
First Year, Junior, Senior, Sophomore 

Work Authorization Status:  
Include all candidates 

Application Method

Must apply through BroncoJOBS

Job Post: Michigan College Access Network

 

AdviseMI Job Description

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Summary:

The Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) in close partnership with Central Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University, Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, Michigan Technological University, Oakland University, University of MichiganDearborn, Wayne State University, and Western Michigan University seek to help more Michigan students pursue postsecondary education.

Recent graduates from the partner universities will serve as advisers in selected high schools across Michigan, particularly those that are located in communities with low collegegoing rates and low adult educational attainment rates. Working alongside high school counselors and other school professionals, AdviseMI Members (Advisers) will support students as they make the transition from high school to a postsecondary education institution. Advisers work full time and focus on mentoring students (especially those from lowincome backgrounds) through the complex steps toward college enrollment.

Advisers will provide students and their families with relevant information regarding the benefits of a postsecondary education, preparing for college attendance, and the admission and financial aid processes.

Commitment:

Advisers will commit to a term of service beginning late July 2015 through June 2016. These appointments include a mandatory fourweek training session in East Lansing beginning July. All training expenses including room, board and travel are covered by the program. In an effort for the Advisers to be fully enmeshed in the fabric of the local communities, Advisers are expected to live in the community in which they are assigned. Upon successful completion of the first school year commitment, Advisers may be invited to return for one to two additional school years of service to AdviseMI.

Primary Responsibilities:

Interacting on a daily basis with high school students and families in the assigned high school to provide relevant information about postsecondary education and the college choice/financial aid processes:

 Encourage each student to consider a broad range of appropriate college choices

 Develop a comprehensive college timeline, including application deadlines for admission and financial aid for each student

 Help each student complete and submit admissions and financial aid applications

 Assist each student in interpreting correspondence from colleges, including offers of admission and financial aid

Organize group events that encourage students and their families to consider, plan for, and apply to colleges and universities

 Visit classrooms, assemblies, and club meetings to offer services and emphasize the necessity of postsecondary study

 Work with local community groups—particularly Local College Access Networks (LCANs)—to provide college access services outside the school setting and hours

 Host regular workshops for the families of students to discuss topics relevant to college preparation

 Organize college visits and college representative visits

Establish productive working relationships with principals, school counselors, and teachers in assigned high school as well as other communitybased college access professionals

 Assess, in consultation with MCAN and the high school, the particular assets and needs of assigned school, and adapt programs and activities to fill gaps, reinforce existing activities, and avoid duplication

 Actively seek the advice and counsel of the onsite supervisor at assigned high school

Assist in the assessment and longterm sustainability of the program

 Assist MCAN to identify, collect, and interpret key progress and outcome data to evaluate the effectiveness of AdviseMI

 Submit monthly progress reports to the program director documenting progress and outcome data

 Represent AdviseMI, as requested by the program director, to potential supporters and to other interested parties

Maintain expertise in admissions and financialaid advising

 Participate fully in four weeks of residential training each summer

 Attend all bimonthly professional development sessions provided by AdviseMI

 In consultation with the program director, seek out and participate in other opportunities for professional development

Qualifications:

 Bachelor’s degree from a partner university in any major, with a 2014 or 2015 graduation date

 Ability to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff including those from diverse backgrounds

 Previous experience demonstrating strong leadership abilities, influencing others in a positive manner while achieving goals, and effectively communicating ideas and generating support for ideas

 Ability to work independently and analytically, exercise discretion and good judgment

 Excellent verbal and written communication skills; proficient computer skills

 Ability to manage multiple projects; strong planning and organizational skills

 Demonstrate program development and management experience

 Willingness to handle complex and detailoriented workload

 Teamoriented towards program design, implementation, and evaluation

 High energy, creativity, ability to assume responsibility; take initiative and develop new programs

To Apply:

Please submit a résumé and a short essay (750 words or less) addressing the questions below to Michelle Eichhorst, michelle@micollegeaccess.org. Deadline to apply is April 10, 2015.

 Why are you interested in serving as an AdviseMI college adviser?

 What will make you an effective adviser?

 How do you believe this experience will benefit you both personally and professionally?

For all questions, email Jamie Jacobs, Director of Professional Development, at jamie@micollegeaccess.org.

Interviews will be conducted between April 20th and May 15th, and will include representatives from MCAN, partner universities, and placement high schools. MCAN will make offers to chosen candidates on or around May 18th, if not sooner.

Compensation:

Annual compensation will include:

Service stipend ($24,000), Education award ($5,730)*, and health insurance.

*Upon successful completion of the service, members are eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award. The education award may be used to pay educational costs at eligible postsecondary educational institutions and/or to repay qualified student loans.

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