August 20, 2016 By
August 19, 2016 By
Here are some examples of jobs that came through the Career Services Office this week, including newly hired grads!
- Health Information Technician at Kent Center, Warwick, RI (EMR) – grad had 2 offers in 1 day!
- Jr. Developer for Teknor Apex, Pawtucket, RI (ITS) company is paying for Master’s degree!
- 3 developers hired by Seczetta, Newport, RI (GDS) – company has hired approx. 12 NEIT grads
- Assistant Project Manager hired by Innovative Construction, Tiverton, RI (CMT) Sept. grad.
- Wind Turbine Tech hired by Vensys, Coventry, RI (ELY)
- Owner of a body shop in Providence, RI liked the Auto Collision Repair grad that is currently working for him so much that he is now looking for an Automotive Technician.
- Framingham, MA – Fleet Technician for basic repair of diesel trucks and forklifts
- Providence, RI – Part Time Auto Body Detailer
- Branford, CT – Oil Lube Techs, Technicians, & Valets
- Hamden, CT – Collision Repair Technician
- East Providence, RI – Technician
- Cranston, RI – Entry Level Technician
- Wakefield, RI – Entry Level Technician
- Cranston, RI – Diesel and Sr. Diesel Mechanic
- Sunapee, NH – Technician for classic cars and trucks
- Southeastern MA and all of RI – Management Trainee, Car Detailers & Drivers
- Bristol, RI – Collision Repair
- Warwick, RI – Automotive Technician
- New Rochelle, NY – Marine Technician; pay ranges from $30K to $100k
- North Kingstown, RI – part time Deckhand
- Marblehead, MA – Marine Technician
- Cataumet, MA – Marine Technician
- Chatham, MA – Several openings for Marine Technicians and also for Marine Yard Personnel
- A holistic veterinarian’s office in Bristol, RI is recruiting Vet Tech. The field continues to be very strong with a significant number of job opportunities.
- A veterinary center in Cumberland, RI is seeking a Vet Tech. They stated that there is a shortage of Vet Techs and they are hoping to hire someone with the skills acquired from NEIT.
- Medical Assistant grads continue to be in very high demand in RI, MA, CT and throughout the US.
- Company in Norwood, MA is seeking RC graduates.
- Franklin, MA – seeking Engineering Technician (Electronic Systems Engineering Technology)
- Canton, MA – seeking Production Engineering Lead (Mechanical Engineering Technology)
- Providence, RI – seeking Mechanical Designer (Mechanical Engineering Technology)
- A company in North Providence, RI posted a Paid Internship for a Cyber Security student. The previous CYBT student was subsequently hired by the company.
- A company in Providence, RI posted 2 openings: Sr. Software Engineer and Python Developer – ideal for Information Technology/Software Engineering or Game Development/Simulation Programming grads.
- A Warwick, RI company posted a role for an IT Help Desk Team Leader. The director of IT for this company happens to be an NEIT grad who started his work there in an internship. The company has hired many interns and grads from Information Technology/Network Engineering and Cyber Security.
August 15, 2016 By
Here are some examples of jobs that came through the Career Services Office this week:
- A local news station is recruiting for an Editor and Photographer
- A venue management company is seeking a Production Manager
- A media outlet is recruiting students for Part Time Board Operator
- A public access television network is recruiting a Staff Producer
- A local university posted a position for a Digital Media Production Videographer & Editor
- Help Desk Candidate that would work on a short term assignment in Connecticut. This position can help to really build a resume for IT Networking and Cyber Security graduates.
- A role for an IT Desktop Support / Audio Visual Tech. This position works well for a student who is in the IT Networking or the Cyber Security program.
- A role for a Software Programmer that is a good fit for graduates from the IT Software or Game Development programs.
- Tiverton, RI – Assistant Project Manager travel required
- North Attleboro, MA – Drafter
- Providence, RI – Drafting Intern
- Taunton, MA – CAD Drafter
- Bellingham, MA – Drafter/Detailer
- Cranston, RI –3 Drafters
- Johnston, RI – Entry Level Safety Coordinator
- Warwick, RI – Laborer
- Saunderstown, RI – Carpenters
- Portsmouth, RI – Finish Carpenter
- A company based in Warwick, RI hired another grad as a Plumbing Apprentice. This is the 12th Apprentice hired since 2013. They hire both Refrigeration/AC Heating & Gas Technology and Plumbing/Heating & Gas Technology graduates.
- Plumbing company in Cranston, RI is seeking Apprentice candidates
- A water treatment company in Wyoming, RI is recruiting for a Service Technician
- Wallingford, CT – Mechanical/Electrical Designer (Mechanical Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering Technology)
- Franklin, MA – Seeking Engineering Technicians at two different companies (Electronic Systems Engineering Technology)
- Cranston, RI – Power Electronics Engineer & Electrical Engineer (Electrical Engineering Technology)
- A nursing and rehabilitation facility in West Warwick, RI listed a part time Activity Aide for a health care student.
- Providence, RI facility – has an opening for a Surgical Technologist
- Milford, MA facility – has 2 Surgical Technologist openings
- A staffing agency is looking for candidates to handle phone support for customers regarding their medications.
- A Rhode Island optical dispensary is offering strong pay along with a benefit package and will also provide extra training in ophthalmology.
- An eye care center in Dartmouth, MA is offering benefits and are willing to train a CMA so that he/she can gain additional skills in ophthalmology.
- Bayada Home Health Care in Providence, RI has a new Pediatric Residency Program for RN’s – next class begins in September.
- A Johnston, RI facility is recruiting for a part time RN position.
- A growing rehabilitation facility has jobs in several locations throughout RI and CT.
- A nationwide rehabilitation facility sent a flyer to NEIT stating they have jobs open across the US including: RI, CT, & MA.
July 29, 2016 By
Here’s the latest from the Career Services Office:
- Physical Therapist Assistant at Bodymechanix, Wakefield, RI
- 2 Occupational Therapy Assistants at Encore Rehab and a travel agency in NY state
- Videographer/Editor at Fellowship Health Resources, Smithfield, RI
- Surgical Technologist at Kent Hospital hired
- Electrical Apprentice for a contractor in Milford, MA
JOBS THAT CAME IN THIS WEEK
- AutoCAD Detailer in both Pawtucket, RI and Milford, MA
- Maintenance Supervisor in Groton, CT combines Construction Management and Refrigeration/AC Heating & Gas
- Cabinet Maker in Cranston, RI
- Part time Drafter in Central Falls, RI
- Multiple Carpenters in Seekonk, MA
- Part-time Construction Safety Clerk in Cranston, RI
- Part-time Assistant Construction Estimator in Providence, RI
- Service Field Engineer in Cumberland, RI (with job training in Italy!) – Electrical Engineering Technology
- Quality Control Technician in Fall River, MA – Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Documentation Specialist in Providence, RI – Mechanical Engineering & Electrical Engineering Technology
- Engineering Technician Internship in Franklin, MA – Electronic Systems Engineering Technology & Electrical Engineering Technology
- Entry-level IT Support Engineer in Providence, RI that will work for both IT Networking and Cyber Security
- 3 month IT Support role in Providence, RI
- PHP Web Developer in Providence, RI – IT Software, Game Development/Simulation Programming or Information Technology – Master’s Program.
- 2 paid IT internships for IT Software and Game Development/Simulation Programming students. The company is in Newport, RI and has hired over 13 NEIT graduates and they hope to be able to hire more grads by starting them as interns.
- .NET Application Developer – this Newport-based company hired an NEIT candidate last month and now want another one!
- Local outlet store is looking for an Ecommerce Specialist which is a great fit for GMW grads.
- Technician in Exeter, RI to work on State Police vehicles
- Technicians needed throughout New England at an Auto Care chain
- Several openings for Frame Technician and Auto Body Technician in North Kingstown, RI
- Plant Operator in Newport, RI with a mechanical background
- Technicians in North Kingstown, RI for full or part time
- A health care facility in Cranston, RI is seeking an OTR – Occupational Therapy – Master’s Program.
- A medical equipment and supply company is seeking a Respiratory Therapist – Respiratory Care.
- A medical office in Lincoln, RI is seeking a Clinical Medical Assistant.
- A non-profit corporation in Warwick, RI is seeking a Health Information Technician that is a great fit for graduates from the Electronic Medical Records.
- A Primary Care facility in Massachusetts posted two PTA roles with NEIT. Our Physical Therapist Assistant grads continue to have significant opportunities for employment.
- A company in Riverside, RI is looking for part time Security Officers
- Several Rhode Island Police Departments are now accepting applicants for their recruitment drive.
July 25, 2016 By
New England Tech is well aware of the lack youth interest in careers in engineering and science fields. This is why we proudly support efforts to improve interest in STEM programs, including participating in U.S. Naval War College’s (NWC) Starship POSEIDON Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) camp.
“This program is designed to offer students the opportunity to experience science and technology as real applications in the Navy,” said Lewis Duncan, NWC provost. “The United States currently has a deficit of engineers and scientists and we need them to keep our country on the leading edge of technological progress, so programs like these are an essential investment in our shared future.” Read More
July 23, 2016 By
Wondering what types of careers that are available in manufacturing and shipbuilding? This presentation breaks it down including how Rhode Island and New England Tech are partnering with General Dynamics Electric Boat to help them meet their growing needs for a skilled workforce.
“New England Tech (NEIT) is pleased to continue to assist Governor Raimondo and her economic and workforce development team in creating a pipeline of qualified workers for Electric Boat. Preparing NEIT students for employment is rooted in our 76-year history and mission. In the past ten years, New England Tech has more than 13,000 Associate in Science, Bachelor of Science and Master of Science graduates who have gone to work for nearly 5,000 employers, one-half of which are located in Rhode Island.” – NEIT President Richard Gouse
July 22, 2016 By
Chris Esper, New England Tech grad recently participated in a webinar about surviving in the filmmaking industry. Chris makes some excellent points.
You can check it out by visiting http://moviola.com/webinars/10-essential-tips-surviving-industry/
Nice job, Chris!
July 21, 2016 By
New England Tech is proud when we can join together with the Rhode Island Department and Training and General Dynamics Electric Boat in order to help provide the skilled workers needed now and in the coming years.
July 13, 2016 By
East Greenwich, RI – Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at New England Institute of Technology, announced that the university is now offering a Master of Public Health (MPH) program. This program utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to prepare professionals in public health science with a foundation of management and leadership skills. Graduates of the MPH program will acquire the knowledge and skills to successfully practice public health in a supervisory/management role to oversee, plan, evaluate and improve population health programs and initiatives.
The MPH program focuses on essential public health services along with critical management principles giving graduates a balanced view of public health science with emphasis on the leadership, budgeting, supervision and project management skills necessary to lead successful public health efforts.
This hybrid program includes a combination of online and on-ground weekend classes designed to meet the needs of the working professional. With an innovative use of technology and student interaction, public health professionals will be introduced to emerging topics that include informatics, emergency preparedness, quality improvement and global health through lectures, lab work, materials review, seminar-style courses and assigned work.
Students can complete this interdisciplinary MPH program in as little as two years (eight quarters), taking two classes per quarter. To meet graduation requirements, a minimum of 48 academic credits is required, including a 120-hour field experience in a public health or similar entity. Students would work with a preceptor on a pre-determined project, prepare a paper and give an on-campus presentation. Students will participate in other online webinars and professional development opportunities thus making the MPH program a well-rounded approach to public health practice, while broadening the perspectives and views of public health theory.
Graduates of the MPH program can work in a variety of public health settings including local, state and federal public health agencies. Other employment opportunities include community health organizations, foundations, coalitions or advocacy groups working in support of chronic diseases and environmental concerns, allied entities such as Medicaid, program evaluation agencies and health insurers, policy issues, college campuses, private non-profit agencies, and wellness and employee assistance programs.
The Master of Public Health program complements several of NEIT’s health sciences degree programs. The university offers Associate in Science degree programs in nursing, occupational therapy assistant, physical therapist assistant, surgical technology, respiratory care, medical laboratory technology, clinical medical assistant, and paramedic technology as well as its fully online RN to BSN bachelor’s level program and online/hybrid Master of Science degree program in Occupational Therapy.
For more information on the Master of Public Health program or any of New England Tech’s more than 50 associate, bachelor’s, master’s and online/hybrid programs, contact the Admissions Office at 800-736-7744, 401-467-7744, by email at NEITAdmissions@neit.edu or visit www.neit.edu.
June 30, 2016 By
EAST GREENWICH, RI – Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at New England Institute of Technology, announced that three students enrolled in the university’s Criminal Justice Technology program earned gold medals in Crime Scene Investigation in the College/Post-Secondary Division at the 52nd SkillsUSA National Competition held in Louisville, Kentucky June 21-24, 2016. The winners were Shelby Mortin of North Kingstown, RI, Stas Belch of West Greenwich, RI, and Mikayla Guarino of Wrentham, MA. These students join the growing list of NEIT Criminal Justice students who have won medals at SkillsUSA National. In 2013, 2014 and 2015, NEIT students have earned medals at this prestigious competition.
More than 6,500 students from across the U.S. competed in 100 occupational and leadership skill competition areas. Rhode Island was well represented with 81 secondary and post-secondary career and technical students with 29 individuals finishing in the Top 10. These industry-driven competitive events are modeled after the Olympics where the top three individuals or teams receive gold, silver, and bronze medals. To compete at the national competition, all students must earn a first place spot at their state-level SkillsUSA competition.
Students must work both against the clock and other competitors demonstrating their expertise in their chosen occupational field. The Crime Scene Investigation competition consists of a skill-related written test as well as hands-on activities. Students must show proficiency in crime scene methodology to include photography, gathering physical evidence, crime scene sketching, dusting a crime scene for collecting latent fingerprints, and releasing a crime scene properly and legally.
New England Tech’s Michael Webb earned a bronze medal in Architectural Design at this year’s competition. All four NEIT students who earned a medal were presented with job offers by industry representatives in attendance.
As Sherman stated, “The New England Tech community is very proud of this year’s Criminal Justice team as well as our other student competitors. NEIT students are encouraged to participate in SkillsUSA as a means to enhance their knowledge and skills as well as leadership and job opportunities. Congratulations to our faculty who work so diligently with our students in preparing them for this well respected competition. ”