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||Company Overview - Career Fair 09/24/14
||Website - Career Fair 09/24/14
||Job Title - Career Fair 09/24/14 (Sorted Descending)
||Position Description - Career Fair 09/24/14
||Qualifications - Career Fair 09/24/14
||Position Type - Career Fair 09/24/14
||Majors Seeking - Career Fair 09/24/14
|24 Hour Fitness
||Headquartered in San Ramon, Calif., 24 Hour Fitness is a leading health club industry pioneer, serving nearly four million members in more than 400 clubs across the U.S. Since the beginning, the company has been dedicated to helping members change their lives and reach their individual fitness goals. With convenient club locations, personal training services, innovative group exercise classes and a variety of strength, cardio and functional training equipment - 24 Hour Fitness offers fitness solutions for everyone.
As a brand ambassador, a Personal Trainer (PT) represents 24 Hour Fitness to members and clients by delivering a positive fitness experience and quality personal training sessions leading to member retention and client acquisition and retention.
· Enthusiastically helping create a club climate that supports our purpose: To Improve Lives Through Fitness.
· Executing the 24 Hour Fitness Service Promise; contributing to running a Clean, Friendly and Well Maintained club.
· Upholding 24 Hour Fitness’ core values of A.C.H.I.E.V.E.: Accountability, Connected, High Expectations, Integrity, Energize, Versatility, and Enjoy What You Do.
· Making our clubs Easy to Use by assisting members and clients with education and guidance on comprehensive fitness programs
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
· Understand principles of physical fitness and proper exercise technique.
· Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.
· Adjust and operate fitness equipment.
· Ability to perform a variety of exercise routines.
· Possess excellent customer service skills.
||BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
||Advance Kids provides one-to-one intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy programs for children diagnosed with autism. Our children range in age from 18 months to 12 years of age. Our programs include teaching, socialization, communication, play, self-help and pre-academics skills.
||Center-based Paraprofessional for children with autism
||Advance Kids is looking for enthusiastic, reliable, energetic, and responsible individuals to work and play 1:1 with children diagnosed with autism in the home environment. Paraprofessional positions are available in multiple two to four hour shifts from 8:00 am to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Training and supervision are provided. We are looking for individuals who are interested in making this opportunity into a career, as advancement within our company is highly encouraged. We would be happy to have you grow with us as a team.
Locations: Sacramento and surrounding areas
Compensation: $12-20 per hour DOE
||Education equivalent to a High School Diploma and a minimum of one year experience working with children. Enrollment or completion of bachelor’s degree and knowledge in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) preferred. Ability to run, stand, sit stoop, crawl, kneel, reach, push, and lift a child weighing 50 pounds. Must be at least 18 years old; criminal background check; reference checks; provide a negative TB test; education verification; current driver’s license and reliable transportation.
||Child Development, Special Education, Rehabilitation, School Psychology, & Deaf Studies, Psychology, UNDECLARED MAJOR
||At Aerojet Rocketdyne, we work on projects that are substantial enough to be challenging, yet focused in objective, so your individual contribution is never lost in the process. We stress a strong ethical workplace, both in relation to the work we do and the sense of fairness that is extended to all employees, regardless of background. We believe that a primary reason for Aerojet Rocketdyne's success is our focus on honesty, safety, respect for others, quality and accountability. These priorities are the framework for everything we do at Aerojet Rocketdyne and allow us to continue to produce the quality products and technologies for which we are known. Additional information about Aerojet Rocketdyne can be obtained by visiting the company website at www.rocket.com.
||Accountancy, Computer Engineering, Finance, Mechanical Engineering, MBA
|Altec Inc (Western)
Altec Inc., founded in 1929, is a privately held company headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama.
Altec specializes in the manufacture, sale and service of aerial devices, digger derricks, cranes and specialty equipment for the electric utility, telecommunications, tree care, construction, and light and sign maintenance industries in more than 120 countries.
At Altec, advanced technology efforts are aimed, without exception, at helping customers work “Safer and Smarter.” Altec invests more resources than any other manufacturer in the advancement of safety, reliability, uptime and low cost of ownership.
||1.Using standard operating procedures, established engineering processes and basic calculations, successfully complete in an efficient and timely manner routine engineering assignments that may include research, testing, design and development.
2.Develop the ability and demonstrate the initiative, to complete tasks in a manner requiring less direct and immediate supervision that would be required in the initial phases of the Associate Engineer’s employment.
3.Apply engineering procedures and calculations to develop solutions to problems requiring some minor level of innovation.
4.With technical guidance from more senior engineers, gather and evaluate engineering data in order to apply knowledge to relevant assignments.
5.Interact in an effective and appropriate manner with other Al
||EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
♦Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering required.
♦EIT registration or ability to obtain registration required.
♦Good analytical, verbal and written skills required.
OTHER POSITION SPECIFICATIONS:
•Must continually work to develop technical skill sets
•Must demonstrate ability to handle multiple tasks with varying deadlines.
|American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
||The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) works with lawmakers at the local, state, and federal levels of government to make fighting cancer a top national priority.
ACS CAN volunteers use their voices and stories in order to influence important life-saving cancer-related legislation.
||ACS CAN seeks interested candidates to fulfill multiple internship positions to help support grassroots advocacy efforts. Duties often include: attending Capitol hearings and lawmaker meetings; online research; supporting grassroots activities; database management; event support and logistics; daily office operations; working with volunteers; shadow Government Relations Staff; and learning how a large non-profit health advocacy organization operates.
||All applicants should have an interest in at least one of the following fields: government, health, non-profit, advocacy, political science.
ACS CAN prefers that applicants commit to a minimum of 10-15 hours per week during a semester/quarter. Parking can be provided if needed.
Applicants who wish to receive course or university credit need to apply online at www.acscan.org in the careers section. All other applicants may submit their cover letter, resume, and writing sample.
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Off-Campus, Internship, Volunteer, Seasonal/Temporary
|AXA Advisors (AXA Advisors)
||AXA Group* is a worldwide leader in financial protection and wealth management. AXA's operations are diverse geographically, with major operations in Europe, North America and the Asia/Pacific area.
In the United States, AXA is represented through its holdings in AXA Financial, Inc. and its subsidiaries:
AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company AXA Advisors, LLC AXA Distributors, LLC AllianceBernstein, L.P. PlanConnect
|BART Police Department
||Police Department for Bay Area Rapid Transit system.
||Entry Level Police Officers
||Entry Level Police Officer for Bay Area Rapid Transit System
Possession of a high school diploma, GED or recognized equivalent, and completion of one of the following:
At least 30 semester (or 45 quarter) credits of college course work from an accredited college or university. At least one half of the credits must be obtained in analytical subjects requiring written reports or examinations, or
Two years of military service with an honorable discharge from any branch of the United States military,
||Bristol Hospice provides a special type of care for the terminally ill, their families and caregivers. We offer an inter-disciplinary team approach to quality, compassionate care that focuses on the medical, emotional, psycho-social and spiritual needs of our patients and their families. Direct Service Volunteers/ Interns provide companionship to our hospice patients and families. Office Volunteers/Interns provide administrative support in the business office.
||Volunteers, Interns, MSW Social Woker, RN, LVN
||Volunteers provide companionship with our hospice patients and families.
Accepting resumes for paid positions: MSW Social Worker, RN, LVN
||Students from all disciplines are eligible for volunteer opportunities.
Driver's license and car insurance required.
Drug testing, background checks, CPR and TB testing are required and paid for by Bristol Hospice.
|Brown & Brown of Sacramento Inc
||Brown & Brown Insurance agents and Brokers prides itself with education for professional advancement. To that end we provide; company product training courses, in house advancement training, outside insurance designation courses and the company’s own BB University TM which provides on line and classroom training in all career paths.
||Insurance Agent/ Broker
||Entry level position to learn and train in the industry to become part of the team of a nation insurance intermediary
||We are looking for driven, goal oriented individuals who like a fast paced environment. Have problem solving skills and are able to communicate effectively with many different people.
||All Majors, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
||Buckle operates over 450 stores in 44 states. The key to Buckle’s consistent growth is the talent and dedication of its 8,000+ teammates working together with the primary focus on its mission – TO CREATE THE MOST ENJOYABLE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE POSSIBLE FOR OUR GUESTS. Exceeding $1 billion in sales, Buckle has grown to become one of America’s favorite denim destinations.
||Sales & Management Internship
||It’s often said that experience is life’s best teacher, and as a Buckle Intern, you’ll get exactly that—a challenging, hands-on retail experience. You can earn college credits while being exposed to different areas of our business—from sales and store merchandising to hiring and store operations. By working as a valuable member of the sales team, you’ll gain an understanding of how the business works and what it takes to excel. This three to four month position provides you with the unique opportunity to expand your knowledge of the retail industry and determine whether you’d like to further pursue a career with Buckle in retail management.
||Skills Required: Excellent communication skills, an interest in fashion, an open-minded, outgoing personality, and enthusiasm.
College sophomores, juniors or seniors preferred.
Please apply online at www.buckle.jobs.
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Student Employment (Campus Hiring), Internship
||Apparel Marketing and Design, Communication Studies, Consumer Studies, Entrepreneurship, Economics, General Management, Human Resources/Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Operations Management
|Burns & Wilcox
||Burns & Wilcox is a dynamic industry leader in the specialty insurance and brokerage business. With multiple sales offices located throughout the US and Canada we are one of the leaders in specialty insurance wholesaler in North America.
||Business Support Associate
||We are seeking a general business person to learn aspects of insurance. This entry level position allows a candidate to learn about property and casualty insurance. Candidate must be service driven and will begin by typing policies.
WE OFFER THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO:
• Provide support to a dynamic team of professional insurance underwriters
• Become proficient in use of policy and document management computer systems
• Gain knowledge in Property and Casualty Insurance
WE EXPECT THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE TO:
• Process and review policy transactions
• Input data in order to create policies and invoices on computer systems
• Be able to work independently yet function as part of a team
• Other duties, as assigned
||Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
|CA Office of State Audits and Evaluations
||We perform a variety of professional services including financial and performance audits, program evaluations, and risk and control consultations. The audits and evaluations cover financial statements; contracts and grants; internal controls; computer-based systems; program economy, efficiency, and effectiveness; and program operations. We operate in accordance with applicable audit standards, including those promulgated by the federal Government Accountability Office, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Institute of Internal Auditors. We also offer CPA qualifying experience.
||Financial and Performance Evaluator I
||This is the entry level in the series. Under supervision, incumbents assist in the planning, data gathering, analytical, and consultative duties associated with most assignments. Incumbents conclude and report as to the adequacy, completeness, and accuracy of financial data and/or other work products. Incumbents may also independently perform smaller or less complex assignments and/or assist in the completion of a segment of a larger or more complex assignment.
||An undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited institution and completion of a minimum of 12 semester units in accounting (excluding accounting courses in tax, real estate, human resources, report writing, and marketing). These courses can be taken at either undergraduate or graduate levels.
|CA State Auditor
||The California State Auditor is seeking motivated MPA/MPP/MBA graduates and accounting/business/finance/economics undergraduates with strong analytical and writing skills - and a desire to be challenged - to join our team.
As an entry-level Auditor Evaluator, you could be part of a team charged with investigating an allegation of corruption and/or mismanagement, or assigned to evaluate a multi-million dollar public organization and recommend program and policy improvements.
We offer a competitive salary and bonus program, an outstanding benefits package (which includes four and a half weeks of paid annual leave), and an office environment that supports a balanced lifestyle.
||Auditor Evaluator I
||Auditor evaluators gather and document audit evidence; observe and document agency procedures and practices; interview personnel at all levels of agencies; obtain relevant program information and statistical data through manual or computer-assisted techniques; develop information through statistical sampling and quantitative analysis; prepare work papers to document work performed and to provide the basis for findings and recommendations; prepare written reports; draw conclusions and develop feasible and cost-effective recommendations; and present audit-related information at meetings and conferences with the California State Auditor and audited entities, the Legislature, and other interested parties.
||degrees in accounting, business, finance, economics, or MPA/MPP/MBA/JD graduate degrees.
||Accountancy, Economics, Finance, MBA
|CA State Board of Equalization
||Technology Services Department (TSD) is responsible for the computer systems and technology infrastructure that supports the Board of Equalization's (BOE) tax programs and administrative functions. TSD provides a full spectrum of information technology (IT) services and support. Positions in TSD and BOE offer excellent benefits, paid time off and opportunities for career advancement.
||Associate Information Systems Analyst
||Performs a variety of analytical duties in support of information technology systems. Develops problem solutions using information technology methods. Acts as a project leader or team member on information technology systems studies of complex nature or broad scope.
||Graduation from college with a minimum of 24 semester or 36 quarter units in information technology related coursework.
||Full-Time, Student Employment (Campus Hiring)
|California Coalition For Youth
||The California Coalition for Youth (CCY) is a thirty-year old grassroots nonprofit organization located in Sacramento that serves at-risk and disconnected youth ages 12-24 throughout the state of California. Our vision is that every youth in California is connected to the services, resources and programs that they need to have successful lives.
||Volunteer Youth Crisis Counselor
||Open-minded and dedicated individuals (age 16+) are needed to train as volunteer counselors for the California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) 1-800-843-5200. The CYCL is a 24-hour crisis hotline for youth and the people who support them. You will learn about and counsel youth in any array of topics, including: bullying, school and family problems, self harm, suicide, depression, abuse, runaway and homelessness, and so much more!
||Must be 16 years or older.
No experience necessary, we provide training!
||Child Development, Counselor Education, MFCC, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology
|California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
• A Correctional Officer (CO) is an entry-level peace officer responsible for protecting the public, staff, and inmates while enforcing State and Federal laws. In a correctional institutional environment, disarms, subdues and applies restraints to inmates; respond to combat/emergencies; supervise the conduct of inmates; stands watch on an armed post or patrols grounds; watches for illegal activity; write various reports; transport inmates; prevent escapes; conducts criminal and administrative investigations; maintains firearms and equipment; and may perform noncustodial duties as a minor part of the custodial assignment.
• Institutions are located throughout the State of California and operate 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
Visit our department web site at www.joincdcr.
• A Correctional Officer (CO) is an entry-level peace officer responsible for protecting the public, staff, and inmates while enforcing State and Federal laws. In a correctional institutional environment, disarms, subdues and applies restraints to inmates; respond to combat/emergencies; supervise the conduct of inmates; stands watch on an armed post or patrols grounds; watches for illegal activity; write various reports; transport inmates; prevent escapes; conducts criminal and adm
|California Department of Justice
||The Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice, California Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division’s bureaus and programs are dedicated to providing accurate, timely, and comprehensive criminal history, and analysis data to its client agencies, which include California’s local police and sheriff’s departments, district attorneys, and local and state regulatory agencies. The CJIS Division is also the bridge for these services to the federal and other states’ criminal justice agencies.
||Criminal Justice and Information Technology positions available
||Educational degree and or experience related to the job classification
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Student Employment (Campus Hiring), Internship, Volunteer, Seasonal/Temporary
||Criminal Justice, Computer Science
|California Department of Public Health
||The California Department of Public Health is dedicated to optimizing the health and well-being of the people in California. Our vision is to have healthy individuals and families in healthful communities.
||Various. See www.cdph.ca.gov/it-jobs
||Various. See www.cdph.ca.gov/it-jobs
||Full-Time, Student Employment (Campus Hiring), Internship
||Computer Engineering, Computer Science
|California Department of Social Services
||The mission of the California Department of Social Services is to serve, aid and protect needy and vulnerable children and adults in ways that strengthen and preserve families, encourage personal responsibility and foster independence.
||Incumbents will perform the more routine adoption investigations and studies, and make decisions on recommendations to the courts in compliance with Federal and State laws, regulations, and policies. Under general supervision, incumbents at the full journey level will perform independently all aspects of adoption investigations, studies, and evaluations and make decisions on recommendations to the courts in compliance with Federal and State laws, regulations, and policies.
Two years of experience in the California state service performing the duties of an Adoptions Specialist, Range B.
Two years of experience in a supervisory, consultative, or administrative capacity in the field of child or family social services or adoptions.
||Health Science, Government
|California Energy Commission
||Created by the Legislature in 1974, the California Energy Commission is the foremost state energy policy and planning agency in the United States. It enjoys a worldwide reputation as a leader in providing the most unbiased energy information to government, industry and the public.
The Energy Commission forecasts a nation-state's future energy needs and gathers the most sought after energy data in the process. We license thermal power plants 50 megawatts and larger. We conduct electric transmission line planning. We continue to advance the nation's most stringent energy efficiency standards for buildings and appliances. We lead the nation in developing energy from sources that cannot be used up like sunshine, wind, water flow and vegetation.
||The Energy Analyst class is a recruiting and development class for persons qualified to perform analytical work on one or more aspects in a broad range of energy areas as a background for advancement in the field of energy. An Energy Analyst studies the principles and techniques of the area of work to which assigned and, under supervision, applies them; participates in analytical studies of energy conservation, forecasting, research, siting, planning, or assessment; gathers, tabulates and analyzes data; interviews and consults with management, employees and others to give and secure necessary information; prepares reports and makes recommendations on procedures, policies and program alternatives; reviews and analyzes proposed legislation and advises management on the impact.
||Equivalent to graduation from college with a major in ecology, energy, environment, energy economics, statistics, operations research, planning, land use, engineering, geology, physical or biological science, or a closely related energy field. (Registration as a senior in a recognized institution will admit applicants to the examination, but they must produce evidence of graduation or its equivalent before they can be considered eligible for appointment.)
||Anthropology, Economics, ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE, Finance, Environmental Studies, NATURAL SCIENCE & MATH