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JOB POSTING – Instructor, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (tenure track)

Kellogg Community College has an opening in the Business and Information Technology Department for an instructor of Computer-Aided Drafting and Design.

Position Summary:

This position will require a highly motivated individual that will assume co-leadership for all aspects of the Computer-Aided Drafting and Design program. Required competencies include program planning and management, effective teaching methods, curriculum design and interpersonal and institutional engagement. In the faculty role, the successful candidate will be responsible for introducing students to topics inherent to the Computer-Aided Drafting and Design field, including history, contemporary design and work-related occupations.

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Employee Spotlight: Sarah Corbin

Sarah Corbin Employee Spotlight


What is your role at DASI?

Client Development Rep… Inside Sales, Customer Service, not the gambler, but maybe the rambler?

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JOB POSTING – Mechanical Engineer

Growing company, specializing in automotive fluid exchange technologies, located in Wixom, MI is looking for a Mechanical Engineer.

Educational requirements: Associates degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering, working towards a BS degree.

Experience: Some general hands-on technical experience desired. Training for specific jobs related to the products will be provided.

Job description:

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Are You in Search of the Purple Unicorn?

The Perfect Employee - The Purple Unicorn

Written by: Gale Walney, Administrative Marketing Assistant

What is a purple unicorn? It is the person that meets every criteria of the job description that was posted. They have the experience, they have the degree, they have all the knowledge they need to step in and run with the ball. It is the perfect new hire.

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Decrease Your Mouse Clicks in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Tech Tip

Written by: Cheri Guntzviller, Electrical Application Specialist

In 2016, SOLIDWORKS came out with a great new feature in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic that you may not have noticed or used. When going through class as a student, you are taught to always use the right mouse button to access the properties on a specific item. Now, clicking on any item is even easier to access! SOLIDWORKS has added an Information pane on the right side of the screen. Don’t see it? Then in your Schematic software go to VIEW. Select the “I” button if it does not have a yellow background. This will make it viewable on your screen. This information pane can be placed anywhere on any monitor.

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