New from Career Services: Week of 7/25/16

Here’s the latest from the Career Services Office:

NEW HIRES!

JOBS THAT CAME IN THIS WEEK

Construction Management & Architectural Building Engineering Technologies:

  • 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

Engineering Technologies:

Information Technologies:

 Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design:

  •  Local outlet store is looking for an Ecommerce Specialist which is a great fit for GMW grads.

Auto Collision & Automotive Technologies:

  • 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

Health Sciences:

 Criminal Justice:

  • 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.

News from Career Services: Week of 1/25/16

Here’s a look at our weekly roundup of good news from the Career Services Office!

A local Health Center posted a role for a Clinical Medical Assistant.  CMA’s from NEIT have significant opportunities in the job market and medical facilities reach out to the college on a regular basis seeking candidates.  Employers often say that they like the NEIT grads because they hold an Associate Degree vs. a certificate.

Surgical Technology currently has 3 hospitals searching for grads. A recent grad was just hired by one of them and they are still looking for more!

A therapy treatment center in RI reached out to NEIT seeking Physical Therapist Assistant graduates.  The hiring manager said they have both Occupational Therapy Assistants and PTA’s from NEIT and they are very happy with their training and skills.

A national, full-service B2B Digital Marketing Agency in Massachusetts recently hired a Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design grad and have reached out to NEIT seeking more candidates for additional roles.  The grad who works there as a Digital Marketing Associate stated: “This new job is the best I’ve had. I’ve already learned so much.”

The Health Sciences Fair that the Career Services Office held in October is still receiving great feedback from employers! Isabel Cravens, Staffing Specialist from Newton-Wellesley Hospital stated, “I attended a Health Science job fair event at NEIT. I was very impressed by the event and it was wonderful to be able to meet so many students and faculty. One of the positions I always struggle to find qualified candidates for is Surgical Technologist. The OR nurse managers who hire Surgical Techs really like the NEIT program.”

A software company in Massachusetts posted a total of 4 Information Technology jobs with NEIT and they have already hired 2 IT Software Engineering graduates. The recruiter stated that they are “thrilled” with the NEIT candidates.

There are currently 5 employers recruiting Construction Management and Architectural/Building Engineering candidates for companies located throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

š›Digital Media Production graduates have 6 new job opportunities with companies ranging from local news stations, to wedding videographers, to corporate offices.

Upcoming event for Criminal Justice students and alumni12 Local Police Departments will be represented at a recruiting event on February 3rd from 11:00a – 1:00p at the CJ building. This event is for NEIT students and Alumni only and is not open to the public.

NEIT ABT/CMT/ID Networking Night a Success!

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On Wednesday, January 20, 2016 the Career Services Office teamed up with the Architectural Department to host its first Networking Night for Architectural/Building Engineering, Construction Management, and Interior Design students and alumni. The event featured 16 companies from various parts of the industry who had great information and experiences to share. 13 of our own NEIT alumni were back to represent their employers at the event!

One of the alumni in attendance, Christian Naula, a 2011 Construction Management grad representing Colt Builders, enjoyed the smaller scale of the event, “We definitely saw some interest and what we were looking for. I think it is a good idea to keep it small like it was so we can have more one on one interaction with the students.”

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Harris Rebar’s Joe Neal had great things to say about New England Tech and the event, “We spoke with many prospective candidates for our company. We have hired several students over the past 10 years from NEIT and are impressed with the knowledge and understanding the students come out of NEIT [with] ready to tackle the job markets.”

CAM HVAC & Construction, of Smithfield, RI, also had a successful evening stating, “We are so glad that we took the time to attend.  It was a great experience.” A graduate from the Construction Management program who met with CAM HVAC & Construction during the event was hired to work for the company by noon the next day! New England Tech would like to thank all those who attended and helped make this event a success.

 

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NEIT Alumni pictured from left to right –

Back row: Greg Winslow – Overhead Door Headquarters, Seth Golbitz – Ryan Iron Works, Paul Berube – Ryan Iron Works, John Sousa – Crabtree-McGrath Associates, Jeremy Rogers – Arden Engineering, Jeremy Boulay – AH Harris & Sons, Instructor Phil Marks

Front Row: Ashlee Acampora – LA-Z-BOY, Christian Vray – CAM HVAC & Construction, Keith Michael – TriMark United, AJ Furtado – Harris Rebar/Barker Steel, Christian Naula – Colt Builders, Kyle Duquette – Thielsch Engineering, Kurt Barone – Berlin Steel

Also represented at the event were Cardi’s Furniture & the Rhode Island Design Center, General Dynamics Electric Boat, and National Lumber.

Architecture student wins BRONZE medal at National competition

Rachael Calder a student in the Architectural Building Engineering Technology program at the New England Institute of Technology, won the national bronze medal in  Architectural Drafting at the SkillsUSA National Competition in Kansas City, MO, on June 27th.

Rachael qualified for the national competition by winning first place in the Architectural Drafting competition conducted by the Rhode Island chapter of SkillsUSA earlier this year.

Rachael Calder won BRONZE for Architectural Drafting at SkillsUSA National competition.

Rachael Calder won BRONZE for Architectural Drafting at SkillsUSA National competition.

SkillsUSA is national organization serving more than 300,000 high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations.

SkillsUSA programs include local, state and national competitions in which students demonstrate occupational and leadership skills. During the annual national-level SkillsUSA Championships, more than 6,000 students compete in 99 occupational and leadership skill areas.  SkillsUSA programs also help to establish industry standards for job skill training in the classroom.

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