Career Center

April 19, 2016


In This Issue:
Career Center Calendar: At a Glance
Internship Opportunities
Full-time Job Opportunities

Local Part-time Job Opportunities
Contact Us

Career Center Calendar: At a Glance
Wed., April 20: Teacher Candidate Interview Day (8 a.m.-4 p.m. at Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds)
Mon., May 2: The Philadelphia Center Orientation (4-5 p.m. in Lynn 120A). Madison Young Professionals Meet & Greet (5-7 p.m. at The Attic & Coffee Mill Café)
Tues., May 3:  Jump Start the GRE Workshop with Margaret Krantz (4-5 p.m. in Lynn 120B)
Wed., May 4: Interviews for the Jefferson County Youth Shelter

Wed., Jan 28: Job Search and Networking Workshop (4-5 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B)

On- Campus Interviews:
Part-time Youth Worker:  Troy Hedges with the Jefferson County Youth Shelter will be interviewing candidates for their youth worker position. JCYS provides 24-hour emergency care for youth, aged 10 to 18 years, within a residential home in downtown Madison. Part-time youth workers are needed for the summer, especially, but summer workers are invited to stay on during the school year. Training will be provided. Successful candidates must be 21 years of age, have a driver's license, and be able to pass a background check.  JCYS is willing to work around class schedules during Spring Term and after, should workers stay on. To sign up for an interview, contact Sue Tilley at [tilley@hanover.edu]tilley@hanover.edu, and provide your contact phone number and when you are free outside of class to interview.

Internship Opportunities
Summer Naturalist Interns:  Trees for Tomorrow in Eagle River, WI is seeking two full-time summer interns who wish to gain valuable teaching experience. Interns will live on-site in a dorm and will have most meals provided. Applicants must be available July 5-August 13. For information on how to apply, click here.

Summer Meals for Kids Intern:  River Valley Resources in Madison, IN is seeking a current Hanover student to fill a Summer Meals for Kids intern position. This internship is unpaid, but River Valley is willing to work with students to provide academic credit. If interested, email a cover letter and resume to careers@rivervalleyresources.com.

Summer Camp Staff: Camp Kamaji, a residential summer camp for girls in northern Minnesota, is seeking cabin counselors, assistant cooks, office workers, and camp drivers. Applicants must be available from June 8- Aug. 12, and salaries start at $2100. Apply online here.

Real Estate Project Management Intern: The Hageman Group in Indianapolis is looking for a summer Real Estate Project Management Intern to assist with projects and perform other assigned duties while following safety regulations and policies. Salary is $12 per hour. Apply online here.

Reporting Fellowship: Courier-Journal Media in Louisville is seeking applicants for its summer Reporting Fellowship to work with breaking news, features, and enterprise content teams in a deadline-driven newsroom. Applicants must be current students with a GPA of at least 3.0. Apply online here.

Band Instrument Assistant Technician:  Doo Wop Enterprises in Louisville needs a responsible college student for the testing and quality control of band instruments at all Doo Wop locations, including Frankfort and Lexington.   Must be able to play chromatic scale on all wind instruments.  If interested, email Jonathan Davis (HC '99) at jonathandavis@doowop.com.

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES - Score yourself! 

Today, having a college degree - even a Hanover College degree - isn't enough to get you the interview or the job.  Employers expect to see professional behaviors before and during the application process; lacking these can keep you from getting the job.  Now is a great time to take stock of your qualifications, and make note of those you need to improve.  Stop by the Career Center to pick up a copy of our Evaluating Your Professional Competencies booklet, or download a copy from our website athttp://careercenter.hanover.edu/documents/evaluatingyourcompetencies.pdf.    

If you would like help developing a strategy to improve and/or evaluate your Professional Competencies, contact us at careercenter@hanover.edu.


Prepare for your future:  Plan NOW for the career you want later.  We can help focus your job search, tailor your résumé to your goal, help you network with alumni in your desired field, assist with your interview preparations, and MORE.  Call 812.866.7127 or email tilley@hanover.edu to learn more.   

Full-time Job Opportunities
Information Security Analyst:  UPS in Louisville is seeking an Information Security Analyst to identify, track, and monitor information security threats and service operations. Applicants should have a degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related field. Apply online here.  

Digital Coordinator:  2060 Digital, LLC in Cincinnati is looking for a Digital Coordinator to assist with the development of websites, to monitor social media, to create comprehensive reports, and more. Applicants should have solid writing, editing, marketing, public relations, and business development skills, and knowledge of AP style is a plus. Apply online here.

Forester: Daniel Boone National Forest in Big Creek, KY is seeking a Forester to assist in environmental analysis of projects, to complete environmental studies and evaluations, to perform project planning activities, and more. Applicants should have prior knowledge of forestry land management principles, practices, and concepts. For more information and to apply, contact Bobby Claybrook, District Ranger, atrclaybrook@fs.fed.us.

Recruitment Specialist:  Ohio National Financial Services in Cincinnati is looking for a Recruitment Specialist to assist in full-cycle recruitment and provide support to the recruitment team. Applicants should possess a bachelor's degree or experience in human resources. Apply online here.

Minister of Youth, Adult & Servanthood Programs:  First Presbyterian Church in Iowa City, IA is seeking a Minister of Youth, Adult & Servanthood Programs to create an effective system of youth, adult, and intergenerational formation that builds fellowship in the congregation and leads to service in the world. If interested, submit a resume, cover letter, and references to Dan Thedens at dthedens@gmail.com.

Want access to more job descriptions? Visit NACElink to search and view current job openings.

Local Part-time Job Opportunities

Store Associate: Big Lots in Madison is seeking Store Associates to perform general store operations duties and interact with customers. Applicants should have prior retail experience. Apply online here.

Food Service Helper: King's Daughters' Health in Madison is looking for a Food Service Helper to assist in the preparation of food for patients, staff, and visitors. Apply online here.

Retail Hourly Associate: Kroger in Madison is seeking Retail Hourly Associates to fill a variety of positions, including cashier, bagger, grocery clerk, produce clerk, meat clerk, deli clerk, and bakery clerk. Available shifts include day, evening, and overnight. Apply online here.

Get Connected with the Career Center!
If you have questions about events or job openings, please contact us! You can also make an appointment to discuss resume help, job search assistance, career guidance, and grad school assistance. Feel free to email us at careercenter@hanover.edu or call Sue Tilley at 812.866.7127.