Looking for a Job? The State of Michigan is Hiring
If you or someone you know is looking for a job, the State of Michigan is hiring.
According to a Facebook post from Michigan.gov, they're looking to fill critical job openings across Michigan. They say the state offers "challenging work, competitive salaries, great benefits, career advancement and more."
At this time, the State of Michigan is looking to fill more than 450 positions.
So what are the positions, where are they located, and what do they pay?
Selection of open positions below with brief description of requirements. Click on the job title for more information about the position.
Seasonal Park Worker, $10.60-$11.00/ Hour, Multiple Michigan Locations, Requirements: Should be 18 years of age or have a high school diploma or equivalent.
General Office Assistant, $16.89 - $25.04 Hourly, Lansing, Requirements: Completion of high school. Additional requirements vary by level. Office Assistant 5 requires no specific type or amount of experience.
Forest Fire Officer 7-9, $19.61 - $27.97 Hourly, Multiple Michigan Locations, Requirements: Completion of high school, Work experience fighting fires as a member of an organized fire department (state, county, township, municipal, federal, or military) with completion of the Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council's Level I A and B Basic Training Course or equivalent military training course.
MDOT Transportation Technician 8/9/E10, $17.09 - $27.95 Hourly, Grand Rapids, Requirements: Possession of an Associate's degree in concrete technology, civil technology, construction technology, surveying technology, construction management, mathematics, or computer science OR will obtain by May 31, 2021. Additional requirements vary by level. Transportation Tech 8 requires no specific type or amount of experience.
Digital Information Accessibility Coordinator, $31.22 - $45.63 Hourl, Lansing, Requirements: Possession of a bachelor's degree with at least 21 semester (32 term) credits in one or a combination of the following: computer science, data processing, computer information systems, data communications, networking, systems analysis, computer programming, information assurance, IT project management or mathematics. Additional requirements vary by level.
Senior Executive Assistant Director 16 - Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, $88,807.00 - $129,506.00 Annually, Lansing, Requirements: Possession of a bachelor’s degree in any major. Two years of professional, P11-level experience or one year of professional 12-level experience as a senior-level worker, a manager, or a staff/program specialist (includes administrative assistant) or equivalent.
You can find the full list of job openings with the State of Michigan here.