Friday, September 28, 2012

Recently Posted Full-time Jobs for Arts & Sciences students - Week of 9/28


(recruiting now for immediate, December & May start-dates)
All jobs can be found on our CareerLink system, accessed online at www.rochester.edu/careercenter

Business/Finance
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. Inc.- Tarrytown, NY
Founded on the principle that strong science would lead to important new medicines, Regeneron is an integrated biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops, and commercializes medicines for the treatment of serious medical conditions. 
Financial Analyst
Regeneron is seeking candidates with 1-5 years of experience in corporate financial planning and analysis. Primary responsibilities include: to monitor and update financial assumptions to the corporate financial model ; to assist in preparing annual company-wide budgets and quarterly forecasts; to support the core Hyperion Team in the design and roll-out of the new Hyperion Planning system; to prepare company-wide quarterly budget to actual flux reports; and to Support Director of Finance in purchasing, maintaining and renewing insurance policies for various functions within the organization 

AXA Advisors, LLC- Boston, MA; Jacksonville, FL; Philadelphia, PA; Rochester, NY; Tulsa, OK
AXA Equitable - a leading financial protection company since 1859 - offers a variety of solutions that can help with financial planning needs, including life insurance and annuities for retirement. Headquartered in New York, NY, AXA Equitable's assets under management totaled $559.9 billion as of December 31, 2010. 
Financial Professional
A financial professional is a problem solver who identifies solutions to help people and businesses protect the financial futures they build for themselves and their families. A financial professional focuses on: understanding a client’s financial situation and personal objectives; analyzing and reviewing clients’ needs; developing and implementing a strategy to help clients achieve their financial goals; monitoring progress, providing ongoing service and support; and developing long-term relationships.

Unum- Rochester, NY
Unum is a company of people serving people.  As one of the world's leading employee benefits providers and a Fortune 250 company, Unum helps protect more than 25 million working people and their families in the event of illness or injury. At Unum, our people truly make a difference, in the lives of our customers, our local communities and in the success of our company. Unum has been the leading provider of disability insurance since 1975.
Field Coordinator
The Field Coordinator provides a broad range of technical and administrative support for the Field Office. This role will assist with the day to day operations of the office, management and client management team. The Field Coordinator must possess strong organizational skills, and be highly motivated with the ability to work well independently. As well as strong organizational skills and ability to manage priorities/project to meet deadlines and ensure attention to detail.
Professional Development Program Associate (PDP)
In the program, associates will work for the leader in the employee benefits marketplace. They will be required to complete 3-4 cross functional job rotations over the course of a 4-6 year timeframe.  Business area rotations may include Claims Management, Underwriting, Customer Services, Enrollment, Finance and Marketing.  Job rotation assignments may vary from 12-24 months depending on the role, complexity and business needs.  At least one job rotation will be outside of your primary work location. There will be programmatic training and development which will include a variety of venues such as classroom, self-study, field visits and project-based work which will occur throughout the duration of the program. A leadership level mentor will be assigned for the duration of the program to support associates  in their individualized professional growth and development plans. Associates will assume an active role in managing an important aspect of the business related to their assignment. They will also provide feedback, suggestions and recommendations regarding process improvements, policies and procedures to the business areas as they proceed through the program. 
NCG Underwriting Specialist
The NCG Underwriter will contribute to the timely delivery of quotes on all prospects and be accountable for the quality, accuracy, and reasonableness of all manual rates. He/She will partner with assigned underwriter on 2000 lives, national account size prospects in determining the usage of best estimates to produce binding quotes. He/She will partner with the underwriter and pricing to identify and adjust for non-standard provisions to develop the rating strategy. The Underwriter will also determine the usability of the in-house census and partner with in-force underwriter to complete the renewal.

Education
Academy for Urban School Leadership- Chicago, IL
AUSL is a nonprofit school management organization that turns around chronically underperforming schools within the Chicago Public Schools (CPS).  We currently manage 19 schools and are growing each year.  Our turnaround process is a complete transformation of chronically failing schools with new teacher talent as well as a new school culture, climate and curriculum that will dramatically improve the academic outcomes and life chances of their students.  Our Chicago Teacher Residency training program is a pipeline of talent for those schools. 
AUSL Chicago Teacher Residency
Do you want to teach and transform the lives of children in Chicago’s high-poverty schools? AUSL seeks talented, committed individuals who are passionate about urban education for the Chicago Teacher Residency, a post-graduate program in education. This intensive 12-month, full-time, paid training program combines teacher preparation, certification, and a Master's degree to give Residents the tools they need to dramatically improve student achievement in Chicago’s high-poverty, chronically failing schools. After the training year, graduates commit to teach in Chicago Public Schools (CPS) for at least four years.

Government/Law
Grais & Ellsworth LLP – New York, NY
Grais & Ellsworth LLP is a litigation firm in New York City. It was founded in early 2007 by David Grais and Kay Ellsworth, until then partners in a national firm. They started the firm to practice a style of complex litigation that is extinct in large firms: streamlined; leanly staffed; as speedy as the court will permit; planned to culminate not in motion practice but in trials; and, whenever possible, rewarded by success in litigation itself, rather than in the sale of billable hours to clients.
Paralegal
A New York City litigation boutique is searching for bright, eager, and hard-working recent college graduates to apply for a paralegal position at the firm. The paralegal will support the attorneys in various aspects of case preparation, business development, and marketing. Responsibilities will include maintaining hard copy and electronic filing systems and document databases; assisting in the preparation, serving, and filing of court papers; assisting with factual and legal research; assisting in the preparation for witness interviews and depositions; organizing document productions; and maintaining the firm calendar. The paralegal will also work with litigation support vendors and court personnel. An interest in the financial markets is preferred.

Health and Human Services
Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (CCSI)- Rochester, NY
Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (CCSI) is a non-profit management services organization, founded in 1984, dedicated to the development of high quality, integrated, outcome-oriented, culturally competent, cost-effective behavioral health and developmental disability services. As the contract manager for the Monroe County Office of Mental Health, CCSI provides a range of management services including administration of State aid and County funding to community based service providers, program evaluation and oversight, implementation of service plans, and information support services  CCSI also provides a range of other services designed to meet the needs of the behavioral health community outside of Monroe County including other County Offices of Mental Health, Departments of Health, Departments of Social Services, Managed Care Organizations, as well as behavioral health and developmental disability service providers.
Youth & Family Partnership Care Coordinator
The MCYFP is a County initiative which serves up to 85 Monroe County youth (and their families) that are at risk of out of home placement and have involvement with multiple systems. The primary goal of the MCYFP is to provide strength-based care coordination to assigned youth and their families within the least restrictive, most normative environment that is clinically appropriate. The Care Coordinator will be responsible for: conducting strength-based and cross system assessments on all assigned families in a respectful way while honoring their uniqueness, resilience and hopes and dreams of the family; convening and facilitating Child & Family Team meetings to create an individualized plan of care that is based on a family’s unique strengths and needs and maximizes the use of natural supports and uses services only when necessary; and developing and implementing the plan of care with the family, natural supports, community supports, providers and other identified resources with the goal of maintaining the child safely at home or in the community.

Marketing/Sales/Public Relations
Concentrix- Rochester, NY
Concentrix Corporation is the global business outsourcing division of SYNNEX Corporation with award-winning expertise in providing clients with services and support to enhance their customer relationships. From locations in China, Japan, the Philippines, the United States, the United Kingdom and Central America, Concentrix has over 5,400 employees who support clients in multiple languages and countries around the world. Concentrix Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX), a Fortune 500 company.
Sales Positions
Positions include: Outbound Lead Generation Representative, Inside Sales Representative, and Pre-Sale Engineer.
Quality Assurance Agent
The QA Agent is responsible for ensuring that the CA Inside Sales Professionals (TPRs) deliver exceptional lead quality and quality customer experience.  He/She will work closely with the Sales Managers to monitor and score calls using the specified QA process.  They will provide alerts to the Sales Managers, Director and Trainer when specific quality issues are uncovered and when above average quality is demonstrated on a call. 
Inbound Bilingual (Spanish/English or French/English) Customer Service Representative
Handling inbound contacts of an informational and emergency nature for English/Spanish or English/French speaking high-end automobile customers.  Other duties include:  General inquiry support, service delivery support, ad hoc requests, maintaining a working knowledge of all company products and services through continuous classroom and self-paced training, and processing trouble tickets.  Use multiple tools and procedures to address the client’s needs. 

Nonprofit
Reach Out and Read- Boston, MA
Reach Out and Read is an evidence-based nonprofit organization that promotes early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud. Reach Out and Read builds on the unique relationship between parents and medical providers to develop critical early reading skills in children, beginning at 6 months of age. The more than 4 million families served annually by Reach Out and Read read together more often, and their children enter kindergarten better prepared to succeed, with larger vocabularies, stronger language skills, and a six-month developmental edge over their peers.
Development Assistant
The Development Assistant is a full-time position that will assist with all aspects of Reach Out and Read's development department, with specific responsibility for database management, gift processing and gift acknowledgement, and development operations.

All internships and jobs can be found on our CareerLink web system, accessed online at www.rochester.edu/careercenter

Upcoming Arts & Sciences Deadlines - Week of 9/28


All approaching deadlines can be found on our CareerLink system, accessed online at www.rochester.edu/careercenter (conduct a keyword search for the employers name)


Deadline Sunday September 30th
Heritage Christian Services- Rochester, NY
Heritage Christian Services is a thriving nonsectarian human services agency supporting over 1,400 children and adults with developmental disabilities through the operation of 56 residential homes, service coordination, respite and 20 day habilitation programs. We were inducted into the COMPASS program as one of New York State's top service providers to people with special needs. 
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS Employment Specialist
Responsibilities include woring with individuals with developmental disabilities both on and off the job site, developing work related skills. He/She will also teach others how to be successful in their job by role modeling and providing ongoing feedback and support,
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS Habilitation Specialist
Basic responsibilities include assisting in the daily activities of individuals in the homes of those who live in the community to help them grow in their independence and to help to prepare an individual for residential placement.
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS Registered Nurse
Monitoring the direct support staff provision of health related services and observing the individuals’ health care needs; Teaching health care topics to direct support staff; Implementation of the Nursing Care Plan; observing direct support staff in passing medications and renewing med certification for staff qualifications
ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS Resident Counselor
Responsibilities include Supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with daily living skills that include personal care, household tasks, grocery shopping, etc; providing assistance with the primary health, personal care, and physical care as needed• Supports people with a variety of activities throughout the Western NY area, such as church attendance, shopping, spending time with friends, sporting events, movies, dinner, etc; and implementing individual service plans and documents accordingly.

Actuant Corporation – Rotational
At Actuant, (NYSE: ATU) you can ask the question: 'What is possible?' Driven by execution and integrity, Actuant team members are limited only by the stretch of their imagination on projects large and small. Global presence in over 30 countries, entrepreneurial spirit and financial strength ($1.6 Billion revenue) ensure that we are a dynamic and exciting place to work, giving you the advantage of a large company with the agility of a small company.
Marketing Management Development Program
We are currently looking for 2012/2013 college graduates (undergrads and MBAs) with a concentration in Marketing for our Marketing Management Development Program (MMDP).  Actuant’s MMDP provides an accelerated learning environment for college graduates who are aspiring leaders and have the desire to excel in today’s fast-paced industrial sector.  The program provides experience in the many facets of marketing within a diverse organization, ideal for people who wish to pursue a career in marketing or use this as a springboard for general management.  This program will involve several rotations through multiple business units and segments over a three-year period and requires relocations.

Young Entreprenuers Academy – Rochester, NY
YEA! is a groundbreaking and exciting afterschool program that transforms middle and high school students into real, confident entrepreneurs.  Through the year-long program, students in grades 6-12 generate business ideas, conduct market research, write business plans, pitch to a panel of investors, and launch their very own REAL companies.  Multiple internships are available in accounting, graphic design, marketing and communications, social media and many more!
E-store Research Intern, Public Relations Intern, Project Coordinator Intern, Graphic Design Intern, Data Analysis Research Intern, Marketing and Communication Intern,  Intern, Sales Research Intern, Sales & Marketing Intern,  Accounting Intern, Social Media Intern, Prospective Partnership Research Intern,  Film/Video/Multimedia Intern,  Website Development Intern
Deadline Monday October 1st
Manning & Napier Advisors, LLC- Fairport, NY
Manning & Napier was founded in April of 1970 by Bill Manning and Bill Napier. To survive and grow in a difficult economic time, we had to add real value for our clients. As of 03/31/2012, we manage $44.7 billion in assets for individuals, corporate benefit plans, union pension and annuity funds, endowments, foundations, profit sharing plans, and 401(k) plans.
PSG Assistant
Manning & Napier is  currently recruiting for an individual to join their Portfolio Strategies Group. Responsibilities include: providing general support for Portfolio Strategists including procuring presentation/meeting materials and agendas, and client specific and performance reports; monitoring and distributing all faxes, emails, and mass mailings for Portfolio Strategists; maintaining contact lists and communication details in SalesLogix (CRM software); assisting with consultant/3rd party requests for information; handling general administrative duties, such as expense reports and filing; and monitoring registration and compliance requirements.
Financial Analyst
Manning & Napier is currently recruiting for a Financial Analyst. Some responsibilities include: supporting preparation of periodic management reporting, including: monthly and quarterly reporting of mutual fund and collective trust cash flows; various mutual fund and collective trust asset reporting, including reporting by distribution channel other financial reporting and analysis used in management reporting; and servicing fees for the collective trust funds. 

Deadline Friday October 5th
WROC/WUHF-TC Channel 8- Rochester, NY
WROC TV 8 is Rochester's CBS affiliate, serving about one million people in the 71st largest television market in the country.  WROC is Rochester's first television station, signing on for broadcast on June 11, 1949. 
Assignment Editor
WROC, the CBS affiliate in Rochester, NY, has an immediate opening for Assignment Editor. We are looking for a newsroom leader who is aggressive on breaking news and who can dig up and track down relevant stories.  He/she must have a proven track record of organization and tracking down relevant news stories.  This is for a person who covers press releases. Owning the story and futures planning is a must. We need someone who doesn’t take no for an answer and who can multi-task assignments and crews.   Knowledge of the Rochester, NY market and/or upstate New York a must.  ENG and/or producing experience preferred.  Job also requires some Web site duties.

Deadline Sunday October 14th 
Analysis Group, Inc. – Various Location in US
Analysis Group, Inc. provides economic, financial, and business strategy consulting to law firms, corporations, and government agencies. Through our work in thousands of cases across multiple industries, we have built a reputation for excellence by providing fact-based, thoughtful interpretation of complex legal and business issues.
Analyst
This is an entry-level position for candidates with research experience who have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in economics, finance, statistics, or related subjects. Analysts can expect to work on multiple projects at a time across multiple practice areas and industries. Responsibilities and work experiences may include: analyzing economic and financial data using spreadsheets and statistical programming (in SAS, STATA and other programs), including econometric estimation of models; examining market and industry behavior through targeted research; reviewing and summarizing analyst reports and client documents’; participating in meetings with academic experts and case team members; and assisting in the preparation of expert reports and other client deliverables.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Recently Posted Internships 9.27.12

To apply for these positions, and view many additional opportunities, please visit the CareerLink database, accessed via our website at http://www.rochester.edu/careercenter. Your login is your full UR assigned email address (u.rochester.edu) and your password is your UR Student ID number. Click JOBS and enter the “Employer Name” in the Keyword Search on the student home page or search by another keyword of your choice.

FALL 2012 INTERNSHIPS
Education, Human Services, Counseling and Social Change
WXXI Public Television and Radio: Television/Homework Hotline Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
This intern will assist the Executive Producer and the Producer of Homework Hotline.  Homework Hotline is WXXI's live statewide call-in show where kids receive help with homework problems right on the air.   Designed for children in grades 4 through 12, Homework Hotline provides the tools students need to succeed with homework, and supports academic achievement across a variety of New York State Learning Standards. 

Iglesia Educational Center: Hiring Tutors Now, Rochester, NY PAID
Iglesia Educational Center is hiring tutors now! The tutor positions are great experience and competitive pay. Tutors get the chance to work with elementary through high school students. The schedule if flexible and looking for the following subjects: math, physics, chemistry, biology, living environment, English, ELA, ESOL, global studies, history, social studies, Spanish and SAT prep.

Determined Divas: Administrative Program Intern Rochester, NY UNPAID
The Administrative Program Intern will conduct data entry for the program; take notes at Elder Divas meetings and distribute minutes; take attendance at Diva meetings and enter participant data; develop and maintain database of program participants; develop and maintain database of service providers; coordinate program contacts and resources; compose ‘thank you’ letters for guest speakers, workshop providers and donors; complete purchase orders and assist with reconciling program expenditures; track closet inventory; track information requests (speaking engagements, statistics, etc.)

Determined Divas: Case Management Program Intern Rochester, NY UNPAID
The Case Management Program Intern will provide and track referrals; maintain liaison with courts, Rochester Police Department and ancillary service providers; maintain contact with program participants and parents; contact program participants and parents to inform them of upcoming events and meetings. This position requires multiple forms of communication and adherence to strict confidentiality standards.

Determined Divas: Facilitator Program Intern Rochester, NY UNPAID
The Facilitator Program Intern will develop content and plan original program-specific workshops; schedule workshops and guest speakers related to specific topic areas; co-facilitate workshops and discussion groups; administer survey instruments and collect data from program participants; assist with closet/shopping and conduct periodic inventory.

Determined Divas: Data and Evaluation Program Intern Rochester, NY UNPAID
The Data and Evaluation Program Intern will code data and conduct preliminary analysis; monitor ongoing program metrics and write reports; verify accuracy of data entered (intake(s), attendance, contact logs); conduct referral tracking and monitor communication methods; code and monitor information requests; assist with the preparation of reports to funders; assist with preparation of data for future funding applications; create and modify instruments, scales and other data collection tools.

Business, Banking, Finance, Consulting and Actuarial
WXXI Public Television and Radio:  Accounting Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
This intern will assist with day-to-day activities in the Accounting Department. Work would include assisting with month-end closing, account analysis and reconciliations, and the accounts receivable and accounts payable cycles.  Will reconcile checking and investment accounts to general ledger.  Working under the supervision of the Director of Finance, who is a CPA and CMA, the intern should be majoring in accounting and possess good analytical skills.

Determined Divas: Facilitator Program Intern Rochester, NY UNPAID
The Data and Evaluation Program Intern will code data and conduct preliminary analysis; monitor ongoing program metrics and write reports; verify accuracy of data entered (intake(s), attendance, contact logs); conduct referral tracking and monitor communication methods; code and monitor information requests; assist with the preparation of reports to funders; assist with preparation of data for future funding applications; create and modify instruments, scales and other data collection tools.

Scottrade, Inc: Branch Internship, Rochester, NY PAID
Scottrade, Inc. has a year-round Branch Internship opportunity available immediately in Rochester, NY.  The main purpose of this position is to assist branches with daily operations while gaining valuable work experience in the brokerage industry. Responsibilities include mantain client accounts, follow up on pending account transfers, accept customer checks, stock certificates, and other paperwork; and more.

Arts, Music, Entertainment and Communications
Determined Divas: Media Program Intern Rochester, NY UNPAID
The Media Program Intern will work collaboratively with other interns who update website; maintain social media sites; develop program materials; identify opportunities for promoting the program; to justify selection of specific media for different needs and develop messaging accordingly.

WXXI Public Television and Radio: Television/Homework Hotline Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
This intern will assist the Executive Producer and the Producer of Homework Hotline.  Homework Hotline is WXXI's live statewide call-in show where kids receive help with homework problems right on the air.   Designed for children in grades 4 through 12, Homework Hotline provides the tools students need to succeed with homework, and supports academic achievement across a variety of New York State Learning Standards. 

WXXI Public Television and Radio:  Technology and Operations Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
This internship will provide a college-level student with experience in the technology and operations of television and radio broadcasting facilities with a strong emphasis on the technology employed and the operations involved in broadcasting. This will include on-air television operations, AM & FM transmitter operations, as well as digital television facility management. The goal of the technology & operations internship is to give students a background and entry-level skills to begin a career in the broadcasting.

WXXI Public Television and Radio: Audio Engineering Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
Duties will include preventive and routine maintenance of equipment, installation and assembly of audio gear as needed. There will be live broadcasts that include the setup of microphones, mixers and recorders as each particular remote dictates. Studio production will require the same skills as above with the added emphasis on production and editing along with dubbing, documentation and the distribution of nationally produced shows. Interns will assist on client type services, may be asked to assist in other departments with audio-related tasks, learn the operation of the ENCO storage and automation system and assist producers and staff.

WXXI Public Television and Radio: Interactive Services/Web Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
This intern will assist the Web Designer and Interactive Services Department. Duties may include examining the WXXI.org webpages for errors and making corrections, working with the web design team to understand and participate in the design process, testing out newly created pages for functionality and usability, migrating content from one web solution to another, and participating in WXXI's social media initiatives.  

WXXI Public Television and Radio: Creative Services/Public Information Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
This intern will assist the Station Publicist and Creative Services staff. Duties include writing press releases, posting online highlights on the website, assembling mailing lists, researching special projects, providing assistance with outreach efforts and assisting with promotional efforts for all of WXXI's services.

Health Professions, Public Health, and Life Science Research
WXXI Public Television and Radio: Second Opinion Medical Program Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
A medical program that is being produced by WXXI Public Broadcasting to air nationally on public TV stations. The half-hour series is studio- based and engages a panel of healthcare professionals/experts, from various areas of medicine from Rochester and around the country, in carefully researched real-life medical cases. As viewers watch these experts discuss the case, they learn about complex medical issues and become better consumers of their own healthcare. It is our goal to raise the level of public understanding of healthcare and medical decision making. 

Engineering, Applied Sciences and Physical Sciences
WXXI Public Television and Radio:  Technology and Operations Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
This internship will provide a college-level student with experience in the technology and operations of television and radio broadcasting facilities with a strong emphasis on the technology employed and the operations involved in broadcasting. This will include on-air television operations, AM & FM transmitter operations, as well as digital television facility management. The goal of the technology & operations internship is to give students a background and the entry-level skills to begin a career in broadcasting.

WXXI Public Television and Radio: Audio Engineering Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
Duties will include preventive and routine maintenance of equipment, installation and assembly of audio gear as needed. There will be live broadcasts that include the setup of microphones, mixers and recorders as each particular remote dictates. Studio production will require the same skills as above with the added emphasis on production and editing along with dubbing, documentation and the distribution of nationally produced shows. Interns will assist on client type services, may be asked to assist in other departments with audio-related tasks, learn the operation of the ENCO storage and automation system and assist producers and staff.

FALL 2012/SPRING 2013/SUMMER 2013 INTERNSHIPS
Mary’s Place Refugee Outreach Center: Refugee Assistance Internships, Rochester, NY UNPAID
Mary’s Place Refugee Outreach Center offers unpaid, competitive internship opportunities for students pursuing degrees in
Social Work, Education, Anthropology, Sociology, Public Health and other disciplines. Students
will report directly to the Director of Mary's Place and work closely with staff and other
volunteers in running the Center's programs for refugee clients. Interns are asked to commit a
minimum of 8 hours per week for a period of one semester. Check out the CareerLink posting for specific positions: Mary's Place Refugee Outreach Center. Deadline 9/30


SPRING 2013 INTERNSHIPS
Arts, Music, Entertainment and Communications
JDRF, Rochester Chapter: Development & Communications Intern, Rochester, NY UNPAID
JDRF is seeking an intern whose responsibilities will include: develop and deliver presentations as required, and provide input and suggestions, help manage fundraising events and activities for the chapter as assigned by the chapter executive director, assist in developing annual plan for assigned events, including goals, objectives and follow-up, expand fundraising activities and volunteer participation, use of JDRF software programs with training and support of staff, collaborate with volunteer committees to develop and implement a plan for sponsorship, underwriting, and marketing, assist in the functioning of the chapter’s daily operations, projects and tasks, and more.

SUMMER 2013 INTERNSHIPS
Health Professions, Public Health, and Life Science Research
Johnson & Johnson: 2013 Vistakon R&D Optical Engineering/Science Summer Internship, Jacksonville, FL PAID
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, is a worldwide company with operations in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and Europe/Middle East/Africa regions. Research, innovation and new-product development are the focus of our organization. Since we introduced soft disposable contact lenses in 1988, no other manufacturer has matched the aggressive expansion of our wide-ranging ACUVUE(R) family of products. Our associates around the world are committed to expanding the ACUVUE(R) brand, and fortifying our position as the worldwide leader in the contact lens industry. Optical Engineering Interns will be responsible for the completion of short-term development projects in the areas of Vision Science and Optical Test Equipment Development. The projects require both laboratory and computer research. The interns will work under the direction of the senior scientific staff and will report to the Engineering Fellow in Optics. Deadline 12/31

Preparing for the Career Fair

Your chance to network with recruiters for internships, full-time employment and grad school is coming up October 10, at our annual Fall Career and Internship Day from 1 to 4 in Wilson Commons.

Never been to a career fair? Wondering what to expect? Professionals from the Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center are here to help every step of the way.

  • Prepare by reviewing the list of companies and schools and researching those you are interested in. Study corporate websites and search for recent news articles for conversation starters.
  • Attend one of the "How to Work the Career Fair" seminars led by our On-Campus Recruitment Coordinator Michelle Werth at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Thursday October 4.
  • Dress in interview clothes.  Particularly juniors and seniors should consider the career fair a mini-interview. 
  • Bring plenty of copies of your resume.

Outside the May Room you will stop at our table to sign in and pick up a directory of employers and grad schools at the event. You will be directed to fill out a name tag and then to stop by a table for your major, where staff will direct you to the recruiters who may have opportunities for you.

Just inside the May Room the Onsite Career Center table is staffed by counselors who can advise you on approaching recruiters, offer tips on following up and answer any questions you may have.

Read more about preparing for Career Fair Success on our website.

Learn more:
"Career Fair Tips From the Recruiter's Side of the Table"






Tips for Student-Alumni Networking Night Success

by Michelle Marks-Hook,  Assistant Director of Alumni Programs, GWEN M. GREENE CAREER AND INTERNSHIP CENTER

Student-Alumni Networking Night is October 11. Click here for details and a list of alumni attending. Below, a few tips for success. And be sure to attend one of the "Student-Alumni Networking Night Strategies" seminars taught in the career center.
 

 Dress is business casual NO JEANS!  

  • For males this means clean, ironed khakis or dress slacks with a collared shirt. Ties are optional but it does make you look more serious about your career.  For females, clean, ironed dress slacks, skirt or dress and a blouse. The skirt should be long enough so you can sit down comfortably and the blouse should not be low cut and/or revealing. 


Things to Bring
  • Notebook to take notes and a pen, this is not a job fair but feel free to bring resumes or business cards.

Logistics of the Event:   
  • You will sign in and make a name tag. A Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center counselor will ask you what career fields or alums you are interested in talking with and will direct you to their table.  You will be seated with an alum and 5-10 other students and given 20 minutes to ask appropriate questions about the alums profession/field/organization.  A signal will sound and you will move to the next alum you are interested in talking with.   
  • After three intimate career conversations an hors d’oeuvres reception will follow and you can network with other alums that may become advocates, mentors or simply a great connection.

Etiquette for the Event:

  •  Introduce yourself with a good handshake and direct eye contact.
  • Ask questions (suggested questions below) and gather information.
  •  Have good questions ready about the profession/field/organization.
  •   Listen to what they are saying and conduct yourself in a professional manner.
  • Don’t monopolize the alums time, give everyone at the table a chance to ask questions.
  • Thank the alum when you leave their table.

Sample Questions:

What made you decide to go into the your career field?
What is a typical day like in your position?
What advice would you give me if I wanted to be successful in your line of work?
What do you find challenging/enjoy most about what you do?
What significant changes have you seen take place in your profession/area of expertise through the years?
What would make someone the ideal employee for your company or organization?
Should I consider graduate school?
If I look for an internship or job in this field, where would you suggest I look?
What else do you think I need to know in order to make a good decision about working in this area?
Are there professional or networking groups that I can join to expand my knowledge of this field?
May I follow up by phone or email to continue our discussion?

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Recent Job and Internship Postings for Engineering and Applied Sciences

Check out these recently posted job and internship opportunities for Engineering, CSC, and Physics. For more information on the following postings, or to apply, log into CareerLink. (In most cases your username is your email address [i.e., student@u.rochester.edu] and your password is your 8-digit student ID number. If you have trouble logging in, please contact us.) 

FULL-TIME POSITIONS
  • Dealer.com - Java Programmer. (CSC). Burlington, VT.
  • Dealer.com - Web Programmer. (CSC). Burlington, VT.
  • Hospital for Special Surgery - Research Engineer. (BS/MS in BME). New York, NY.
  • ITMystics - Entry Level Software Developer/Business Analyst. (CSC). Sterling, VA.
  • ITT Corporation - Industrial Process - Contract Engineer. (ME). New York, NY.
  • KLA-Tencor - Electron Beam Research Scientist. (MS/PhD in Physics, ECE). Milpitas, CA.
  • KLA-Tencor - Software/Algorithm Engineer. (MS/PhD in Physics, ECE, CSC). Milpitas, CA.
  • KLA-Tencor - Applications & Field Engineer. (MS/PhD in CHE, ECE, ME, MSC, Optics, Physics). Milpitas, CA. 
  • KLA-Tencor - Electrical Design Engineer. (MS/PhD in ECE). Milpitas, CA. 
  • KLA-Tencor - Mechanical Engineer. (BS/MS in ME). Milpitas, CA. 
  • KLA-Tencor - Opto-Mechanical Design Engineer. (BS/MS in ME). Milpitas, CA. 
  • KLA-Tencor - Optical Engineer. (MS/PhD in Optics, ECE, Physics). Milpitas, CA. 
  • KLA-Tencor - Product Development Engineer. (MS/PhD in any engineering discipline, CSC, Physics). Milpitas, CA.
  • KLA-Tencor - Research Scientist. (MS/PhD in Optics, Physics). Milpitas, CA.
  • National Fuel Gas Company - Engineer. (Not specified). Williamsville, NY.
  • OSIsoft, Inc. - Engineer. (BS/MS/PhD in CHE, ME, ECE). San Leandro, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Houston, TX; Longview, TX; Johnson City, TN; Cleveland, OH, and International offices in Brazil, China, Germany, Japan, and Mexico.
  • Osisoft, Inc. - Software Engineer. (BS/MS/PhD in CSC).  San Francisco Bay Area (San Leandro, CA); Philadelphia, PA; Johnson City, TN; and Phoenix, AZ.
  • PTC - Associate Technical Consultant. (Any engineering discipline, CSC). Blaine, MN.
  • Regeneron Pharmaceuticals - Process Development Associate/Engineer. (BS/MS in CHE). Tarrytown, NY.
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  • Vicon - Application Engineer. (BME). Denver, CO.

LOCAL ACADEMIC YEAR INTERNSHIPS (Part Time)
  • WXXI Public Television and Radio - Technology and Operations Intern. (Not specified).
  • WXXI Public Television and Radio - Audio Engineering Intern. (Not specified).

SUMMER 2013 INTERNSHIPS
  • Booz Allen Hamilton - 2013 Cloud Analytics Intern. (CSC, ECE). Annapolis Junction, MD. 
  • Johnson & Johnson - 2013 Vistakon R&D Optical Engineering/Science Summer Internship. (Optics). Jacksonville, FL.
  • KLA-Tencor - Applications & Field Engineering Internships. (MS/PhD in CHE, ECE, ME, MSC, Optics, Physics). Milpitas, CA.  *6-montn co-op positions also available.
  • KLA-Tencor - Electrical Engineering Internship. (BS/MS in ECE). Milpitas, CA.
  • KLA-Tencor - Software/Image Processing Internship. (PhD in Optics). Milpitas, CA.
  • KLA-Tencor - Product Development Engineering Internship. (BS/MS in any engineering discipline, CSC, Physics). Milpitas, CA. 
  • KLA-Tencor - Software/Algorithm Engineering Internship. (MS/PhD in CSC, ECE, Physics). Milpitas, CA.
  • KLA-Tencor - Mechanical Engineering Internship. (BS/MS in ME). Milpitas, CA.