Career opportunities (JOBS) 

Good afternoon,

The first Employment Fair that SVSU Career Services will be holding in 2019 is already available for registration. Please join us for our 5th annual Part-Time Job Fair taking place on Tuesday, August 27th from 11pm-2pm in the President's Courtyard (outdoors) here on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University.

If you have attended this event before, you know that we typically hold the event indoors on a Saturday. However, to attract more students throughout campus, we have decided to move the Part-Time Job Fair outdoors and hold it in the middle of the week. We are looking to create an environment much like you would associate with a backyard BBQ, to be as inviting and engaging for students as possible.

Our hope is that employers choosing to attend this event will bring activities/games for students to interact with while they are discussing potential part-time opportunities. Free prizes/giveaways are HIGHLY encouraged to promote this fun atmosphere. If your organization has a pop-up tent, we would also recommend bringing that with you, as it is difficult to know how warm the sun will be in late August.

This event coincides with SVSU's "Welcome Week" activities, which sees all students return to campus, with classes starting the day before the Part-Time Job Fair. At this event, you will be able to connect with current SVSU students that are interested in obtaining part-time positions to help them supplement their tuition costs throughout the academic year.

If you are interested in attending, please click on the "Employer Registration Form" link below to be taken directly to the corresponding form where you will be able to sign up:

2019 Part-Time Job Fair
Tuesday, August 27th, 2019
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
President's Courtyard
Employment Fair Registration

We would also like to remind you that the Career Services offers a FREE job board to all employers wishing to post their employment openings for students/alumni to apply to. Please feel free to contact the Career Services office in Wickes Hall 270 at 989.964.4954 or if you would like to register for any of our Employment Fairs or if you have current job opportunities that you would like to post to our Cardinal Career Network database.

Best regards,


Tom Barnikow
Interim Associate Director
Career Services
Saginaw Valley State University

Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works! is hosting the MICareer Quest – Middle Michigan Event. The October 30, 2019 Event is an innovative, hands-on career exploration experience for high school students, teachers and counselors to learn about today’s hottest jobs from working professionals. Registration for businesses opens April 15th and the expectation is that 10,000 students from around the region will attend the event.
It is scheduled for October at SVSU, but there will also be an information session for employers on Friday, 3/15/19 at MI Works, 312 E. Genesee, Saginaw (as well as other locations outlined in the attached flier).
This is a great opportunity to showcase in-demand jobs and connect with high-school students who are making decisions about their future.
Please click "Download Document" below for the entire two-page pdf file.


English Instructor

Facility Controls Engineer

General Trades

Office Administration Technology Instructor

Sociology Instructors

Senior Accounting Manager

Welding Instructor


Darrin Johnson

Manager of Recruitment

Delta College

Human Resources

1961 Delta Rd

University Center MI, 48710

Telephone: (989) 686-9345
Fax: (989) 686-0755

Bethel AME 

Job Description – Administrative Assistant / Office Manager                   Salary: - $ 28 – 36K

Report To: - Sr. Pastor / CEO       Status: - Full-Time / Exempt

 The responsibilities of this position shall be managing and performing the Adminstrattive and Office related functions of Bethel A. M. E. Church – Saginaw. This includes and not limited to . Maintain a schedule of appointments, speaking engagements, and community functions and assist Pastor in preparing for the special events of the church such as annual conferences, district conferences, quarterly conferences, church conferences, workshops, revivals, etc.   Coordinate collection and preparation of church reports. Assist in settings agenda items for various meetings. Organize and manage electronic storage filing system for official documents.

  Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Preparation of correspondence: Compose letters when re-quested by the pastoral staff. Respond to individuals needing written communication. Answer phone and take messages for Pastor and other staff.

· Preparation of bulletin:  Gather and type bulletin information in designated format. Copy and fold weekly bulletins.

· Maintain master calendar and up-to-date calendar of events.

· Maintain and update current hospitalized and sick member information.

· Operate, clean regularly, and recommend to the supervisor of maintenance needs for all office equipment (i.e., telephone and answering system, copier, folding machine, Computer system, typewriters, etc.).

· Maintain office files in an orderly manner and prepare filing system directions for other users.

· Maintain records of baptisms, dedications, weddings, and membership and visitor attendance.

· Maintain a current list of key holders and provide keys to personnel as needed. Collect keys when people leave.

· Maintain petty cash.

· Open, date and sort incoming mail.

· Maintain and operate adequate office supply inventory as needed.

· Supervision of volunteer office support; including recruiting, scheduling, training and work review.

· Responsible for preparation of the Annual Report if needed.

Position Requirements: Education, Experience and Skills

· Associate Degree or Certified Program or equivalent  experience in Business / Administration –  Preferred Minimum – Two / Three Years experience

· Effective communication skills for a diverse environment

· Ability to maintain confidentially

· Ability to work with minimal supervision

· Customer Service skills with excellent command of the English language, including grammar and spelling skills.

· Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote)

Additional Skills (preferred)

· Skills in Office Home and Business Suite 

· Business and Electronic Media Communications

Management Structure

The Administrative Assistant / Office Manager shall report directly to the Pastor of the Church and indirectly to the Trustee responsible for Personnel and the Trustee Board.                  

Contact Information: 

Bethel A.M.E. Church – Ms. Cheri Smith, O/M – 989-755-7011 – ext 100



Delta College Career Opportunities

Position Information

Position Title

Center Coordinator


Student & Educational Services

Employee Group



Full-time, Pay grade 5 (Starting Salary $42,911– $47,626: Commensurate with Education and Experience)

Position Summary Information

Position Accountabilities and Essential Functions

The successful candidate must demonstrate experience, skills, and commitment to fostering an environment of diversity and inclusion in student, faculty and staff.


The primary responsibility for this position is to provide supervision and guidance to the Delta College Saginaw Center operations, office staff and student employees. The position works with the evening office professional to ensure that all activities and classes are able to operate smoothly and efficiently. The position provides support to faculty. The lead coordinator also addresses the needs of students, specifically in the area of assistance with financial aid, academic course registration, admission, testing and orientation. In addition, the position is responsible for assisting with enrollment management goals including recruiting and retention. This position works with building usage and rental requests in conjunction with business services by processing rental agreements and coordinating invoicing. Other accountabilities include maintaining technology and audio/visual equipment, providing assistance to students, faculty, staff and visitors. Position is responsible for ensuring safe entrance and exit to premises. During times of the year that classes are not scheduled at the center, this position will transition to a role in the student services division to assist with duties related to enrollment and retention.


Staff Supervision:

  • Provide supervision and directions to one part-time Office Assistant and one part-time Office Professional, three to four student (work study or student employment) positions.
  • Provide direction (but not direct supervision) to one part-time Public Safety Officer.
  • Ensure that all staff members are trained in customer service techniques, office operations and emergency first aid skills.
  • Ensure payroll time entries are correct.
  • Coordinate work schedules to cover Center’s operational schedule.
  • Make certain classrooms are prepared for teaching and learning.
  • Provide customer services to faculty, students and community visitors.

Center Coordination:

  • Provide program assistance to off-campus center faculty and staff.
  • Monitor enrollment services to current and prospective students.
  • Monitor, administer, and assist with student testing.
  • Mail and fax student information to campus financial aid and admission’s office.
  • Document and ensure information is not duplicated on and off campus.
  • Maintain the job board to ensure that students are aware of student employment opportunities.
  • Assist students with completing online registration and financial aid information.
  • Provide the following academic advising services to students:
    - Serve current and prospective students; determine student needs; assist in resolving small problems; refer to academic advisors, counselors, career development specialists and others in solving larger challenges.
    - Assist students in clarifying career goals, choosing academic programs and setting up individual pathways to program completion.
    - Monitor student success through their pathways and intervene when students experience difficulties or challenges.
    - Participate in new student orientation.
    - Advise and assist students through face-to-face, online, telephone, email and small group sessions.
    - Demonstrate a general working knowledge of all program clusters by providing students with information on occupational program and Transfer College and university information.
    - Understand the MTA transfer agreement and benefits for Delta students.
    - Refer students to academic departments and the Transfer Center regarding professional programs or unique transfer situations.
    - Attend academic advising meetings and trainings.

Technology Equipment:

  • Coordinate with audio visual department the maintenance of equipment.
  • Conduct inventory of all Delta College Saginaw Center equipment and notify A/V office of outdated and broken equipment.
  • Attend and conduct training sessions of the proper use, storage and handling of A/V equipment.
  • Train students and staff on troubleshooting and problem-solving techniques before reporting equipment failures.
  • Monitor furniture, computers, printers and other technology and non-technical resources in building.

Building Rentals:

  • Upon approval from Business Services, work with rental clients regarding their needs.
  • Work with Business Services to provide rental agreements, and initiate the invoice process.
  • Schedule space for special room arrangements and food service.

General Light Custodial and Building Services:

  • Check building and inform the director of any maintenance, structural or mechanical problem in the facility.
  • Make daily rounds to check condition of heating and cooling units, electrical outlets, blown-out light bulbs, leaky faucets and toilets, broken tiles and other facility problems.
  • Label hazard situations and report them to supervisor or maintenance staff.

Other Duties as Assigned:
Position will primarily be a the downtown Saginaw Center location (before center opens it will be at current location in Buena Vista township), but at various times throughout the year, the position may be assigned other work duties at the main college campus or center.

Required Qualifications


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 1-3 years of position related experience
  • Knowledge of emergency services, computer troubleshooting
  • Good working knowledge of Datatel software, placement testing and other enrollment services
  • Ability to maintain close contact with Delta’s department of public safety and city liaison police officers
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player
  • Ability to be flexible and able to anticipate problems
  • Good organizational skills and a strong sense of customer service

Additional Experiences Considered


  • Academic advising experience
  • Supervisory experience

















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