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  • Security And Fire Business Manager- Detroit, MIJohnson Controls, Inc.(Detroit, Michigan)

    Security and Fire Business Manager- Detroit, MI-WD30002520 Johnson Controls is a global multi-industrial company with core businesses in the automotive, building and energy storage industries. Our 170,000 employees create quality products and services to optimize energy and operational efficiencies of buildings, energy storage and interior systems for automobiles. Through our growth strategies and...
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    Posted Mon 7th April

  • Administrative Specialist, Sales And MarketingMetropolitan Detroit Convention(Detroit, Michigan)

    Administrative Specialist, Sales and Marketing We are currently seeking an experienced Administrative Specialist, Sales and Marketing to join our team in our Detroit, MI location. About Us: We are the only organization that promotes metro Detroit regionally, nationally and internationally as a convention, business meeting and tourism destination. To achieve this goal of soliciting and servicing th...
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    Posted Thu 3rd April

  • Customer Service Representative - FinancialUniversity Bank(Ann Arbor, Michigan)

    Are you tired of working another Teller job at ANOTHER bank? University Bank is offering an opportunity to work in a Dynamic and Diverse environment with many opportunities to grow!! We have over 350 employees working in 5 different business units in 4 different states so the advancement opportunities are endless!! We are hiring for a Customer Service Representative to work in the main branch in A...
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    Posted Tue 8th April

Branch MI Job Search Tip

The various government departments oversee the country, states and local regions they represent. The public agencies involved in the federal, state and local governments make polices, create and enforce laws, provides defense of its citizens, and oversee programs designed to benefit the majority. As the government is a necessary part of our society, employment will increase as programs increase. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment in the federal government is supposed to increase 1.6% through 2014, while state and local governments will increase as much as 11.3% over the same period. (This information applies to civilian employment only.)

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