• IBM APPRENTICESHIPS
     
    Mainframe System Administrator 135620BR:
    Are you interested in pursuing a systems administration career? Are you someone that has a foundational understanding of systems administration, but want to take a less traditional path to achieve it? As a Mainframe System Administrator at IBM, you’ll work with other System Administrators, Systems Programmers, network, and application teams to perform daily activities ranging in complexity and will be responsible for the installation, configuration, upkeep, and reliable operation of one or more client environments. You may also work closely with Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to customize application solutions and tools to help improve the value of the z Systems platform to our clients. For more information visit: http://ibm.biz/msaapp_macc

    Junior Data Analyst 135615BR:
    As a Junior Data Analyst at IBM, you’ll use the latest tools and technologies available to deliver best in class data analysis, business results and quantifiable return on investment for our business and business partners.  You’ll be responsible for ensuring that critical projects for our clients are expertly organized, scheduled, analyzed, communicated and managed to help organizations improve their business outcomes in the global marketplace. For more information visit: http://ibm.biz/daapp_macc

    Software Engineer 135616BR:
    Are you interested in pursuing a software development career? Have you heard about agile development, but want to learn more about how it ‘works’? Are you someone that has a foundational understanding of development or programming concepts, but want to take a less traditional path to achieve it? During the apprenticeship duration, you will be required to complete specific learning hours and on the job training that has been outlined to ensure you are developing the skills and competencies essential to the role. You will be able to learn and grow at your own pace, but we expect most apprentices will complete their learning within 12 months. Once you graduate and receive your certificate from our apprentice program, you will be eligible to apply to available full-time roles at IBM.
    For more information visit: http://ibm.biz/sweapp_macc


    ADVENTURE CLUB
     
    MU-College of Education Adventure Club Before & After School Program, located in CPS schools, is currently accepting applications for Summer Site Assistants for the month of June.  Available shifts are 6:40-7:25 a.m. & 2:25-6:00 p.m., M-F for one set of schools and 6:40-8:05a.m. and 3:00-6:00 p.m. at another set of schools. Staff must be high school graduates/GED, 18 years of age or older, and be able to work Monday-Friday during all 4 weeks of programming June 4-28. Starting pay is $9.00.
     
    Applications are available HERE
    Contact Leigh Ann Clayton via email at claytonl@missouri.edu or at 884-2582 with questions.

    AZZ WELDING
     
    Here at AZZ Switchgear Systems in Fulton, MO, a leading manufacturer of Switchgear Enclosures, we are recruiting for welders for our Fabrication department. We have competitive wages for 1st and 2nd shift positions with a 8.5% shift differential. Medical, Dental, and Vision plans, Vacation/PTO, matching 401k, Employee Incentive Bonus program, Tuition Reimbursement, Training and Development opportunities and many other benefits.  No Mandatory overtime, holiday pay, overtime for hours worked over 8 hours in the day and double time if working Sundays. 

    The main job purpose is to set up and align parts per blueprint in preparation for welding and perform welding operations.

    Qualifications include:
    1.     Equipment Used: Welding machine, cutting torch, manual plasma cutter, brush, pad, buffer, grinder, overhead crane, ratchet straps, rubber hammer, tape measure

    2.     Certificates, licenses, and registrations: Must have or will achieve welding certification.  Ability to obtain and maintain fork truck license if required.

    3.     Knowledge/Skills:  Able to read tape measure and blueprints.  Able to properly operate welding equipment.  Must be trained in applicable SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) and work instructions, if any.

    4.     Education/Experience:  At least 1 year of welding experience OR TRAINING. High school diploma or equivalency (GED) preferred, but not required

    5.     Language Skills:  Able to read and comprehend simple or somewhat complex instructions.  Able to write notes or simple correspondence.  Able to effectively communicate information to coworkers.

    6.     Mathematical Skills:  Able to perform simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division calculations using whole numbers as well as decimals/fractions.  Able to calculate and interpret common tape measurements.

    7.     Reasoning Ability: Able to apply common sense understanding to carry out multiple-step instructions of moderate complexity.  Able to deal with standardized situations with a limited set of variables.

    8.     Attendance Requirement:  Requires regular attendance during scheduled shift and overtime as required.

    9.     Travel Requirement:  None

    10.  Physical Demands:   Manufacturing position; spends more than 2/3 of time standing, kneeling/crouching/stooping, using hands, and reaching.  Spends app. 1/3 of time walking and  talking/hearing.  Spends less than 1/3 of time positioning items weighing up to 250 lbs.  (Lifting and moving of heavier items is achieved via overhead cranes and forklifts).  Generally requires clear vision at close distances (for reading prints/instructions and marking reference points

    11.  Work Environment: Industrial manufacturing environment with loud noise level.  Facility is enclosed and is ventilated and heated, but is not air-conditioned.  Smoke from welding processes is removed by direct airflow from fans.  More than 2/3 of time is spent near moving mechanical parts, in heat/humidity.  Steel toe shoes, safety eyewear, and hearing protection required.  Gloves, face-shield, welding helmet, and other PPE as needed.  Contact lenses are not permitted.

    Interested applicants should go to the azz.com website and explore the Switchgear Systems plant. To apply, go to AZZ.com, scroll to the bottom of the page, select Careers, and search by the 65251 Fulton zip code to view openings for this facility.

     

     

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  • Earn 1 full credit (1/2 credit each semester) by completing a career related internship or job experience through the Career Path (CP) Internship Course: 

    Career Path Internship 1430ELO
    Grade Level: 11, 12                Credit:  ½ or 1             Type: Elective

    Prerequisite: Completed CP Internship Application  (click HERE for application form)

    This semester or year-long CPS online course will provide students the opportunity to explore career interests and develop job skills through "real world" experience at an internship or employment site. Students are required to complete a minimum of 50 hours per semester at their internship/job site(s)* in addition to completion of course assignments such as: monthly journals, writing a resume and cover letter, and participating in performance evaluations. Students will also be required to maintain a timesheet documenting their internship hours.  Students enrolling in this course should be self-motivated and responsible with excellent time management skills. Students must provide their own transportation to/from their internship site.  Students are responsible for choosing and setting up their internship site(s); however, if needed, the course instructor can provide assistance in locating appropriate internship placement. Interns must complete and submit the CP Internship Application to Mrs. Reed (rreed@cpsk12.org) BEFORE the start of the class.  The CP Internship Application is available online at: https://www.cpsk12.org/domain/5258.  Students may choose to intern at more than one site during the semester or year.

    *Students may complete their 50 hours during the summer prior to the school year in which they are enrolled in the CP Internship course. The CP Internship Application must be completed and submitted prior to the start of the summer for any summer hours to be accepted. Students must write a resume, maintain a timesheet and have their summer hours verified by the internship site supervisor, be evaluated by their site supervisor, and write a paper over their experience (prompt available on our Schoology site) in order to earn .5 credits for summer work.