On-Campus Recruiting

The following organization(s) will be on campus conducting interviews and/or information sessions for the positions listed. For additional information, contact NMU Career Services at 906-227-2800. This page may change frequently as the semester progresses. Please check back often.  You can also view upcoming on-campus recruiting activities via Cat Career Tracks.  This system will allow you to search for upcoming opportunities, as well as apply for and sign up for interview slots for which you qualify.

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency: Walk-In Information Session

Wednesday, September 16, 2015  *  5:30 – 7:00 pm  *  2303 C.B. Hedgcock (Training Room)

The OCC charters, regulates, and supervises all national banks and federal savings associations as well as federal branches and agencies of foreign banks. The OCC is an independent bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

The OCC is consistently among the Best Places to Work in the federal government. Among similar agencies it ranks in the top 10 percent overall and ranks near the very top for diversity, family friendly culture, and pay and benefits.  The OCC provides one of the best benefits programs in government, as well as a competitive salary structure with geographic pay rates for various locations.

As a bank examiner, you can help supervise banks across the country—whether you're just getting started in your career or have years of experience. A variety of other positions also are available at the OCC.

Attend to find out more about this great employer - who often hires for positions in the UP (Iron Mountain)!  This position closes on October 5, so come and get your questions answered at this info session.  Check out Cat Career Tracks for the full posting while the recruitment period is open (September 8-October 5).

Construction Management & Technology Career Fair


Information Session

Thursday, September 17, 2015  *  Jacobetti 118  *  4:00 p.m.

The Boldt Company opened as a small storefront carpentry shop in 1889 and since then has grown into a leading construction services firm. Now celebrating over 125 years of providing value to our customers, we remain committed to our founding principles: honesty, fairness, performance, hard work and a love of what we do. Headquartered in Wisconsin with 14 offices throughout the United States, the firm serves customers in a variety of power, industrial, education, healthcare, commercial and renewable energy markets nationwide.

To find out more about working for this company, please attend the information session.  Register by contacting Mike Andary (mandary@nmu.edu), Heidi Blanck (hblanck@nmu.edu) or Career Services (careers@nmu.edu).  Refreshments/snacks will be provided!

Kraus-Anderson Construction Company

Interviews - Project Engineer Intern
Friday, September 17, 2015  *  Jacobetti 105  *  6:00 p.m.

For more than a century, Kraus-Anderson has been transforming the American landscape.

Founded in 1897 and privately owned and managed by the Engelsma family for more than 70 years, KA is consistently ranked by Engineering News Record among the top 50 general contractors in the United States. Our base of operations in Minnesota is supplemented with regional offices, extending our capabilities coast to coast.

We take a highly collaborative approach to our work. We work closely with owners, architects and the rest of the planning team well before ground is broken; providing cost analyses, scheduling information, and value engineering services to ensure that our client can make informed decisions leading to a timely finish of the highest quality and the best value.

Kraus-Anderson Construction Company’s Internship program offers ambitious college juniors the opportunity to put their knowledge and skills to work in the real world of commercial construction. Participants will receive an hourly rate of pay and work with a mentoring Project Manager, for approximately 12 weeks.  For more information, check out the job description on Cat Career Tracks.

To sign up for an interview you can do one of three things: apply online at http://www.krausanderson.com/available-positions.html, request an interview online through Cat Career Tracks, or stop by their booth at the Construction Management & Technology Career Fair.

Mortenson Construction

Information Session
Thursday, September 17, 2015  *  Jacobetti 118  *  6:00 p.m.

Founded in 1954, Mortenson Construction is a U.S.-based, privately held construction company. As one of the nation’s top builders, Mortenson provides a complete range of services, including planning, program management, preconstruction, general contracting, construction management, design-build, and turn-key development. Mortenson has offices in Chicago, Denver, Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Portland, and Seattle with international operations in Canada and China. The company employs more than 2,000 team members and maintains a solid financial foundation, with annual revenues surpassing $2 billion. Mortenson was founded on strong foundational values — trust, responsibility, service, safety, teamwork and stewardship — those values continue to guide the company’s conduct to this very day.

To learn more about Mortenson, attend the information session! To register for the information session, please contact Mike Andary (mandary@nmu.edu), Heidi Blanck (hblanck@nmu.edu) or Career Services (careers@nmu.edu)Refreshments/snacks will be provided!

Interviews – Field Engineer/Field Engineer Intern
Friday, September 18, 2015  * Jacobetti 204

Mortenson Construction is looking to fill their Field Engineer and Field Engineer Intern positions, for individuals in: Construction Management; Construction, Civil or Mechanical Engineering. Architectural & Electrical Engineering as well as Occupational Safety and Health degrees will also be considered.    

Apply online via http://www.mortenson.com.

Power Construction

Information Session
Tuesday, September 15, 2015  *  Jacobetti 118  *  5:00 p.m.

Power Construction is an 89 year-old, management-owned company operating exclusively in and around the northern Illinois markets. We are amongst the largest firms in the area. We deliver a higher level of service by concentrating on five customer markets: Corporate, Developer, Healthcare, Hotel, and Education. We believe construction is more than a business of bricks and mortar; it is a business of people and service. As such, our company’s organizational depth and stability are essential to success. Today, 90% of our work is awarded by repeat customers. Our record with repeat customers demonstrates our firm’s reputation for performance and customer satisfaction. Our mission is to build what matters. We do this by investing in our relationships, our people, and our community for the long term.

To learn more about working for this great company, attend the information session!  To register for the information session, please contact Mike Andary (mandary@nmu.edu), Heidi Blanck (hblanck@nmu.edu) or Career Services (careers@nmu.edu)Refreshments/snacks will be provided!

Interviews - Intern (Project Engineer)
Friday, September 18, 2015  * Jacobetti (room TBD)

Power Construction is looking to fill their Internship - Project Engineer positions.  This position assists in project management and construction supervision efforts. Management and coordination of all submittal, cost control, scheduling, reporting, and document control activities at the job site during the construction period. Ensure client satisfaction is maintained.

To apply,  log in to Cat Career Tracks and click on "On-Campus Interview Schedules" in the grey menu bar. 

Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Information Session
Wednesday, September 16, 2015  *  Jacobetti 118  *  6:00 p.m.

The mission of Whiting-Turner is to build on our reputation for integrity, excellence, experience and leadership as the nation’s finest construction organization by:

• Continuously improving the quality of our work and services.

• Constantly striving to exceed each client's expectations.

• Maintaining our dedication to the highest moral principles.

• Providing our people with a challenging, secure and safe environment in which to achieve personal career goals.

To learn more, attend the information session!  To register for the information session, please contact Mike Andary (mandary@nmu.edu), Heidi Blanck (hblanck@nmu.edu) or Career Services (careers@nmu.edu)Refreshments/snacks will be provided!

Interviews – Project Engineer/Field Engineer
Friday, September 18, 2015  * Jacobetti (room TBD)

Whiting-Turner is looking to fill their Project Engineer and Field Engineer positions.  Field engineers, reporting to the project superintendent and/or project manager, coordinate the work of subcontractors on construction sites, support creation of project budgets and schedules, identify and resolve field issues and change orders, etc. Field engineers must have a Bachelor of Science degree in an engineering discipline, engineering technology or construction management, or Associate of Arts degree in construction management or related field.

Project engineers are team members reporting to the project manager, who help manage all aspects of construction projects including estimating and bidding processes, coordinate work with project owner representatives, architects, engineers, inspectors, and site subcontractors, and write contracts and purchase orders using company boilerplate language to document all ordered work, schedules, projected costs, change orders and technical specifications, etc. Project engineers must have a Bachelor of Science degree in an engineering discipline, engineering technology or construction management, or Associate of Arts degree in construction management or related field.

To apply,  send a resume and cover letter to David McGinnis at david.mcginnis@whiting-turner.com.

Fall Job Fair

City of Madison Police Department: Walk-in Written Testing

Wednesday, October 14, 2015  *  4:30 – 6:00 PM  *  Jamrich 1318

The Madison Police Department is nationally recognized for its innovation and leadership. The Department is in the forefront of "trust-based" community policing, problem-solving and quality improvement. We are an organization "where individuals CAN and DO make a difference."

Come to the walk-in testing to complete the first part of the application process!  The written exam measures reading comprehension and vocabulary skills, similar to those you have probably taken in school. AN ESSAY WILL BE GIVEN AT THE WRITTEN EXAM AND SHOULD BE REVIEWED PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. These tests are not intended to assess your knowledge of specific skill sets or procedures unique to policing.  For a comprehensive explanation of the test, please visit the Madison Police Department’s website here: https://www.cityofmadison.com/police/jointeam/writtentestexplanation.cfm


Peace Corps: Information Session

Wednesday, October 14, 2015  *  6:00 pm  *  2303 C.B. Hedgcock (Training Room)

We are proud to again host the Peace Corps as part of the Fall Job Fair!

Around the globe, Peace Corps Volunteers are making a difference by helping communities take action to improve education and youth development, resources for women, family incomes, food production, environmental conservation, HIV/AIDS and malaria prevention, clean water accessibility, and much more.

Make a difference in the lives of others and your own.  As a Peace Corps Volunteer, you will help a community in need, gain valuable cross-cultural skills, and become a citizen of the world.  Other benefits include full health and dental coverage in service, graduate school programs, and federal employment advantages.

More than 8,000 Volunteers of all backgrounds and ages are serving in a variety of fields in more than 75 countries.  Peace Corps Volunteers must be U.S. citizens and at least 18 years of age, but there is no upper age limit. 

Attend these events to learn more about the Peace Corps!

Fall Job Fair
Wednesday, October 14, 1:00-4:00 PM, Great Lakes Rooms, UC

General Information Session
Wednesday, October 14, 6:00 PM, 2303 C.B. Hedgcock (Training Room)


The Horton Group: Sales Intern Interviews

Thursday, October 15, 2015  *  3302.3 C.B. Hedgcock (Career Services)

The Horton Group is one of the largest privately-held insurance brokers in the United States. We employ 300 people and currently rank in the top 50 largest broker in the U.S.

The Sales Intern will gain exposure to the practical use of sales in the insurance industry. The skills developed through this internship offer exposure to a professional business environment and insight into vertical channel marketing. Working under the direction of the Risk Department, the intern will have an opportunity to gain practical work experience that enhances educational and career goals.

For more information, check out the full posting on Cat Career Tracks. To apply, send a resume to Sarah Newell (sarah.newell@thehortongroup.com). 

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