Engineering and technical professionals will be able to choose from hundreds of great jobs during the Fall Engineering Society of Detroit Engineering and Technology Job Fair, being held Monday, Sept. 9 from 2 to 7 p.m. at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Coil Group, the Rochester-based enterprise mobile strategy and application development agency, Thursday announced the addition of four new staffers.
Software from iDashboards turns reams and reams of raw data into useful information that can be analyzed in an instant.
Online Tech, already the largest secure and compliant data center operator in Michigan, is continuing its recent trend of aggressive growth and has renovated 5,000 square feet of Ann Arbor office space to expand its company headquarters.
Auto companies compete for new talent, try to retain existing employees.
Addressing worries about the reliability of infrastructure, Consumers Energy is strengthening its commitment to customer safety and expanding its workforce by hiring nearly 300 people to build and replace gas pipelines.
Since the City of Detroit has filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy and city pensions are up in the air, it may not be a job many would consider.
Grand Rapids-based Open Systems Technologies Inc. announced this week the opening of a new branch office at 28 W. Adams Ave., Detroit, on the 17th floor of the Grand Park Centre building.
Ford Motor Co. said Tuesday that it will hire an additional 800 salaried employees for a total of more than 3,000 salaried employees in 2013.
Michigan-based Gibbs Sports Amphibians plans to add dealers, hire additional employees and introduce several new products following the successful launch of the Gibbs Quadski – the world’s first personal sports amphibian — earlier this year.