David Walsh

Essential Networking tools

Posted by David Walsh May 24, 2012

There are certain tools and resources that help job seekers throughout the networking process.  The essential ones for any job seeker or networker include:

  • Resume
  • Google Alerts
  • Elevator Pitch
  • Blog
  • Social Media
  • Networking Card

Learn more about each one and how to incorporate them into your networking activities.

Generac Engineering Job Fair - Waukesha Facility

Join us at our Waukesha Facility for our Engineering Job Fair on Wednesday, May 16th starting at 5:00 PM. Take this opportunity to talk with our Engineers and Hiring Managers about our exciting Engineering career opportunities. Please bring an updated resume to the event.

Opportunities include:

  • 1st and 2nd Shift Lab Technicians
  • Engineering Emissions Lab Technician
  • Engineering Lab 2nd Shift Supervisor
  • Engineering Electronics Lab Supervisor/ Reliability manager (IEC 61000 expert)
  • Senior Lab Planner/Scheduler
  • Engineer
  • Emissions Compliance Engineer
  • Emissions Test Engineer
  • Engine Engineer
  • Engineer-Electronics Software
  • Engineer/Lead Design Engineer
  • Lead Engineer-AC Engine
  • Mechanical Design Engineer- Alternator & Rotating Machines
  • NVH Specialist
  • Project Manager - NPI
  • Senior Engineer - Electronics Hardware
  • Senior Engineer - Engines Division
  • Senior Engineer- Emissions Regulation Compliance Focus (CFR)
  • Senior Engineer- Industrial & Commercial Generators
  • Senior Engineer- Rotating Machinery/Alternator Mechanical Design Engineer
  • Sr. Mechanical Engineer -PE Special Applications Generators
  • Sr. Engineer
  • Design Engineer-Special Applications Engineering
  • Designer - Standards
  • Sr. Designer
  • Sr. Designer-Special Applications Engineering

For more information visit our website at www.generac.com or visit us on Facebook. Generac Power Systems is an equal opportunity employer.

Since 1959, Generac Power Systems, Inc. has been a leading, innovative manufacturer and marketer of portable and standby generators; automatic transfer switches; modular paralleling systems, small engines for recreational vehicle, residential, and commercial applications; and recently launched our complete line of residential and commercial power washers. Generac’s power systems range in output from 800 watts to 9 megawatts. In 2010 Generac went public and is now listed on the NYSE under GNRC. As a public company, Generac is positioned to become the global leader in the power industry.

Generac offers the broadest range of products from portable generators to megawatt engineered systems. We are proud to be one of the fastest growing manufacturers in Southeast Wisconsin, noted for our innovation, including our unique product distribution model through independent channels from e-commerce to major retailers. Our success begins with your success.

Our employees are passionate about their ideas and work hard to differentiate us from our competitors. Our fast paced culture keeps employees challenged as we continue to lead the industry by entering new markets with new technologies and products. Our people recommend us as a great place to work!

“Teams That Get Things Done” – Professional Development Workshop

Monday May 14th, 5pm - 8pm, Multipurpose Room

**At least one attendee will win a $50 iTunes gift card!

This interactive workshop will discuss key components of effective teams, and you will receive personal guidance, experience, and tools that will help you form a productive team. Professionals from Direct Supply, one of MSOE's top employers, will be here to enhance your team dynamics.

FREE event, and dinner is sponsored by Direct Supply.

To register, all you need to do is send your resume to Cathlyn Ferraro (ferraro@msoe.edu) by May 10th.

**You could win a $50 iTunes gift card!

There's still time to find an internship for this summer, so keep working hard to make that happen.  Get your resume into Career Net if it's not already there, and actively send resumes to employers.  However, if you don't end up with an internship in the end, don't waste the summer sitting around the house.  Do the following activities to build your resume and get a head start on your professional development:

  • Volunteer
  • Job shadow
  • Set up informational interviews
  • Find networking events
  • Attend alumni events
  • Revamp your resume
  • Create a business card
  • Research cities of interest
  • Revamp social media profiles
  • Start a blog
  • Freelancing

Learn more about each item.

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