March 13, 2024

Open to public 12-3 p.m.

Dixon High School

Career Fair & Hiring Expo

Proudly presented by Dixon Chamber of Commerce & Main Street, Lee County Industrial Development Association, and Dixon Public Schools #170

Participating Businesses and Organizations

Andrew Nelson Transport, LLC – Booth #37 - FT

A family-owned transportation business that serves the entire United States. We have been in operation for over 20 years and are looking to expand. Our drivers haul loads locally (as needed) as well as doing long hauls. We offer friendly dispatch as well as fast, friendly, and professional service to our customers.

Career Pathways: Our drivers have the ability to create their own schedules and, as they are meeting the company's production needs, their ability to essentially be their own boss grows with an increase in pay.  A Class A CDL is required.

Operational shifts: Since we are a trucking company, our drivers are able to "make their own hours". We expect for them to use their time to their advantage while on the road and ensure timeliness to appointments for loads. However, whether they drive overnight or through the day is up to them.


Army National Guard - Booth #41

Part-time military service. Free college tuition. Trades, administrative, and medical jobs.

Autism Center of Sauk Valley – Booth #23 – PT, FT, Paid Intern

The Autism Center offers comprehensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy across Sterling, Rock Falls, Dixon, and surrounding areas including direct, one-to-one therapy services, in-depth caregiver training as well as consultation services. An assessment is an important step in the process of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy. It is conducted by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who will work with the individual and their family to identify strengths and weaknesses and develop a comprehensive support plan. Direct ABA therapy is a one-to-one care designed to help individuals reach their full potential. It is conducted by a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) and involves using behavior-analytic teaching techniques to help the child learn skills from communication to activities of daily living to emotional regulation skills. The goal of direct therapy is to help the individual learn socially significant skills and improve overall quality of life. Caregiver Training is essential for providing personalized family care and successful transitioning of clients out of ABA services. Our program is designed to involve family members in the treatment process as much as possible, as they are key to the success of the client's progress. We provide comprehensive training in ABA principles, strategies, and techniques and resources and support to families. Our goal is to equip families with the necessary skills and knowledge to provide quality care for their loved one.

Operational Shifts: 7a-7p

Career pathways:  Clinical, administrative, RBT, BCBA

Black Hawk College HCCTP – Booth #7 – Paid Intern, Apprentice

The Highway Construction Careers Training Program provides "earn while you learn" opportunities for participants to prepare for a career in the building trades.

BorgWarner – Booth #10 – Paid Intern, FT

BorgWarner is a local manufacturing plant in Dixon.  We produce OEM Emissions automotive products for a variety of customers around the world.

Operational shifts: 1st shift 7:15 am-3:30 pm 2nd shift 3:15 pm -11:30 pm 3rd shift 11:15 pm -7:30 am

Castor Home Nursing – Booth #29 – Job Shadowing, PT, FT

Castor provides caregivers, CNAs, Nursing Staff, and Physical Therapists to deliver exceptional, patient-centered care in the home of the patient.  Employees take care of non-medical needs, like housekeeping and meal preparation. Employees will also take care of medical needs, like showers, blood pressure or wound care.  We are the fastest-growing home care company in the Sauk Valley.

Castor Home Nursing is a leader in Northern Illinois as a complete Home Health Solutions provider for In-the-Home Care. Working with patients in their own home one-on-one is much less stressful for some people. Employees are paid weekly, and choose the days and hours they want to work for their schedule.

Career Pathways: Caregivers, who are just starting out, can continue their education and complete their CNA certification while working. We also provide Phlebotomy and CPR Classes and Recertifications. Each program encourages the employee to expand their knowledge and career by offering continuing education, free technical training, hands-on training, and opportunities to become Care Leads over a team of employees.

Operational shifts: Since the home care is based upon the patient’s need and schedule of services, our Field Staff work Part-time or Full-time, every day, all shifts. Shifts are between 1 hour and 8 hours long. The employee works the schedules and hours they would like to work, and our staffing schedulers make sure our Client Patients are covered.

CGH Medical Center – Booth #27 – PT, FT, Job Shadowing

CGH Medical Center is a progressive acute care facility located in the heart of the Sauk Valley, in Northern Illinois. CGH has consistently received high ratings for delivering quality care to our community, safety, and high patient satisfaction. CGH is committed to the health and wellness of our community, and to providing leadership in the healthcare field. In the spring of 2015, CGH opened a second Cardiac Cath Lab, and a new state-of-the-art Emergency Department with technologies focused on enhancing the patient experience and better serving our community's changing healthcare needs. The ER features 26 private treatment rooms, six easy care areas, two new trauma rooms, secured access, and streamlined registration.

Additional information:  CGH has many career pathways for not only healthcare-related professionals, but for entry level staffing that want to grow with an organization.

Primary Shifts:  8a-5p, 7a-7p, 7p-7a, other shifts available depending on needs of department.

Discover Dixon – Booth #40 – Paid Internship, Job Shadowing

For the betterment and growth of Dixon, the Dixon Chamber of Commerce & Main Street advocates for our businesses, community, and visitors by promoting economic development, cultural programs, civic engagement, historic preservation, and tourism. 

Career Pathway:  We offer a paid internship that provides experience in marketing, communications, event planning and execution, office administration, and more!  

Dixon Family YMCA – Booth #34 – Job Shadowing, PT

The YMCA is  nonprofit organization dedicated to uplifting the health of spirit, mind, and body for all.

Career Pathways: Recreation Management, Youth Sports, Aquatics, Early Childhood Education, After School/Day Camp, and general operations.

Operational shifts: Shifts are dependent on the program areas. The Y is open Monday-Friday 5 AM to 8 PM, Saturdays 6 AM to 5 PM; and Sundays 11 AM to 3 PM.

Dixon Fire Department – Booth #19 – FT, Apprentice

A career fire department responsible for the emergency responses and fire prevention activities in the City of Dixon.

We offer an apprenticeship program.  Members of the program are mentored through an education tract while they obtain real life experience on shifts.

Dixon Police Deparment – Booth #18 – FT

The Dixon Police Department is a full service police agency with core values stemming from the community policing philosophy. Our department holds the highest standards for professionalism, integrity, character, service, community partnership, discipline, objectivity, honesty, and training. Our officers are dedicated to providing the best possible service to our community while employing proactive police strategies to combat drug and gang activity. Whether you have a neighbor problem or are the victim of a crime, the Dixon Police Department is here to help. We currently have 30 full-time sworn police officers and 3 support staff. We have many different specialties for the size of our agency. They include: Investigations, Street Crimes, Drug Court Officer, Veterans Court Officer, 2 School Resource Officers, Bicycle Patrol, Tactical Response Team, Hostage Negotiations Team, and Sniper Team.

Career Pathways: Patrol Investigations School Resource Officer Police Training Officer Duty Officer in Charge SWAT (Joint Operations Group) Hostage Negotiations, Numerous Instructor Positions such as DUI, Less Lethal, Taser, GRACIE, High-Risk Traffic Stops, Sergeant, Deputy, Chief

Operational shifts: Patrol Day Shift 6a-6p Patrol Night Shift 6p-6a Investigations 8a-430p

Donaldson – Booth #11 – FT

Founded in 1915, Donaldson (NYSE: DCI) is a global leader in technology-led filtration products and solutions, serving a broad range of industries and advanced markets. Diverse, skilled employees at more than 140 locations on six continents partner with customers—from small business owners to R&D organizations and the world’s largest OEM brands. Donaldson solves complex filtration challenges through three primary segments: Mobile Solutions, Industrial Solutions and Life Sciences. Our purpose is advancing filtration for cleaner world. Our daily operations, relationships and strategic decisions are guided by six principles: act with integrity; engage and empower our people; deliver for customers; cultivate innovation; operate safely and sustainably; and enrich our communities. Our values are integrity, respect, commitment and innovation.

Career Pathways: We have Manufacturing, Engineering, Purchasing, Supervision - Management roles

Operational shifts: 1st - 2nd- 3rd and some Weekend only. 1st shift runs 4am - 2pm M-Th - we also have the traditional M- F 6am - 2pm 1st shift. 2nd shift is 2pm - 12am M- Th or 2pm - 10pm M- F. 3rd shift is either 8pm- 6am M- Th or 10pm - 6am M- F. Weekend run 12 hour shift F-S- S either 2am - 2pm or 2pm - 2am.

Hughes Resources – Booth #36 – FT

Hughes Resources is a locally owned staffing agency. We help candidates find employment in the Sauk Valley and Rochelle areas.

Illinois Department of Corrections – Booth #20 – FT

To serve justice in Illinois and increase public safety by promoting positive change in offender behavior, operating successful reentry programs, and reducing victimization. We are an agency of the State of Illinois with excellent benefits and advancement opportunities. Once a state employee, most people remain with the state until retirement, though often they will take advances with other agencies as will as with IDOC.

Operational shifts: The most common shifts are 7am-3pm, 3pm-11am, and 11pm-7am for security personnel. Other staff personnel are normally 8am-4-pm.

Career pathways: Security positions will start at Correctional Officer Trainee and then transition to Correctional Officer upon completion of four month training period. The next step in the security field would be to Sergeant, Lieutenant, and then to Major. However, many take alternate routes to become Correctional Counselors, Educators, or Supervisors. Security positions require a high school diploma or GED. Other positions may require little to no training (i.e. Office Associate, Building and Grounds) up through advanced degrees (Psychologist, Social Worker)

Additional Info: Correctional Officer Trainee currently starts at $53,800 per year.

Kreider Services, Inc. – Booth #24 – FT, PT

Kreider Services overall is a healthcare agency. We provide services to adult individuals 21 years of age and older who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. We promote their independence, inclusion in their communities, and overall help individuals lead a successful, fulfilling life. Kreider's goal and mission is to help individual's live their lives to their fullest potential.

Career pathways: Nursing, Social Services, Administration, Human Resources, Psychology, Environmental Services, Technical Services (Maintenance)

Operational shifts: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd

KSB Hospital – Booth #28 – PT, FT

Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital is a not-for-profit, independent healthcare provider located in Dixon, Illinois. We’re known as KSB Hospital, or simply KSB, to our community. The mission of Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital is to restore, maintain and enhance health by providing superior care now and in the future.

Career Opportunities: Part time, full time, tuition assistance, professional development, technical training

Lee Ogle Transportation Systems – Booth #3 – Job Shadowing, PT

Lee Ogle Transportation System (LOTS) is here to help you get to where you need to go!  We provide demand response service (from your front door to your destination and back home) to all ages.  LOTS vehicles are equipped with lifts for persons with disabilities or those with limited mobility.

Operational shifts: We currently only have first shift.

Lee Ogle Transportation Systems – Booth #4 

A career in data analytics involves transforming data into insights that can help inform business decisions. Data analysts collect, process, and perform statistical analyses on large datasets. They discover how data can be used to answer questions and solve problems. Stop by this booth to discuss data analytics and fill out a survey, one of many tools analysts use to collect data. 

Lutheran Social Services of Illinois – Booth #26 – PT, FT

Serving Illinois since 1867, Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI) is a nonprofit social service organization of the three Illinois synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). LSSI is the largest statewide social service provider, serving over 70,000 people across Illinois last year. The demographics of clients served by LSSI generally reflect those of Illinois’ population, with one important exception—more than 60% of clients report an annual household income under $15,000, compared to just 12% of all Illinois households. The organization provides critical programs for the state’s most vulnerable residents including foster care, mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment, affordable senior housing, residential programs for people with developmental disabilities, and programs that help formerly incarcerated individuals integrate back into society.

Career Pathways: Custodian, Home Care Assistant, Certified Nursing's Assistant, Direct Support Person, Wait Staff, Cook, Social Service Coordinator, Head Nurse, Maintenance Manager, Developmental Trainer, Housekeeper, Property Manager, Maintenance Area Manager, etc

MO-ST Plumbing & Mechanical LLC – Booth #8 – Job Shadowing

We are a full service union Plumbing, Mechanical, & Refrigeration company that's been in business for over 20 years now. We perform new construction, remodeling/renovation, service, maintenance and design build in the Residential, Commercial and Industrial industries.

Career Pathways: Plumber, Pipefitter, Sheetmetal Fitter, Refrigeration technician and Operator

NRG Media – Booth #15 – FT

NRG Media mission is to provide great local radio. Our station is committed to serving as good stewards of responsibilities granted to them by the Federal Communications Commission. Our goal is to provide an environment that fosters growth and achievement for our communities, our listeners, and our employees.

We have four general departments. The General and Administrative Department is made up of the people who run the business behind the scenes, such as General Manager, Business Manager, Traffic Manager and receptionist. The Sales department makes sure Businesses are getting their message out to the public. It’s staffed by The Sales Manager, and Account Executives. The programming department puts together what you hear on the radio. The on air staff presents the material in such a way as to attract a group of listeners. The Technical Department is the nuts and bolts of radio- the engineers keep everything running smoothly, from working on computers to servicing the transmitter sites.

The radio industry is experiencing tremendous growth. To fuel that growth, radio needs people with many talents and skills. Working in radio can be wonderfully fulfilling for a wide range of people. While many will think first of the “on air” aspects of our business, radio is the result of a real team effort. Whether you are looking for a creative outlet, a place to use your office skills, a technical position, or a career in marketing, sales or promotions - radio has a home for you. Radio is a business where you can make a real difference and have a great time doing it.

Degree Pathways: Sales, Marketing, Business, Education, Communications, Engineering.

Operational shifts: 8a-5p with some nights and weekends dependent on events or promotions.

Current Job Postings: Available on Indeed and LinkedIn

O'Connell's RV Campground - Booth #42 - PT

We are Campground looking for several seasonal help in all departments. Kitchen, Store, Office, landscape and activities.

Operational shifts: Shift times vary but full availability is a must. Thurs-Sun is our busiest days.

Open Sesame Children’s Learning Centers – Booth #33 – FT, PT

We are a non-profit Daycare center serving children ages 6 weeks through 12 years. We currently have four centers in the local area, three in Dixon and one in Sterling. We also operate a morning preschool for children 3 to 5 which is based out of our Lincoln School-age location. Open Sesame Children's Learning Centers believes that a well-designed curriculum should foster all areas of a child's development - physical, emotional, social, creative and cognitive. We strive to instill independence, self-discipline, and self-esteem in each child. We encourage children to actively explore their environments through their senses and through physical manipulation of objects. We emphasize appropriate interaction with adults and peers and develop our curriculum to meet both the needs of children as a group as well as the needs of the individual child. The job of a child is to learn through play.

Career Pathways: Entery level employees can work their way up to lead teachers by having either college courses in Early Childhood Education or by taking courses through a CDA program. Potential employees with at least a minimum of an Associates degree in Early Childhood Education will qualify for a lead teacher position.

Operational shifts:  Vary during open hours of 6a-5:30p.

Current Job Postings:  Available on Facebook and occasionally on Indeed.

Raynor Garage Doors – Booth #13 – FT, Apprentice, Paid Intern

Since 1944, Raynor Garage Doors has been an industry leader as a family-owned garage door manufacturing company located in Dixon, IL. With over 800 distributors in the United States, 190 in Canada, and 60 distributors in 50 countries on 5 continents, Raynor proudly manufactures a full line of residential garage doors and commercial doors, industrial, agricultural, and loading dock doors.

Career Pathways: Production/Manufacturing Human Resources Accounting Information Systems Purchasing/Buying Inside Sales Outside Sales Customer Service Product Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Controls Engineering Quality Assurance Marketing Product Technical Support Product Management Logistics Tool & Die Maker Apprenticeship Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship

Rock River Human Resource Professional Association – Booth #35 – Job Shadowing

A career in human resources (HR) involves managing the employee lifecycle, from recruitment to retirement, and ensuring that the workforce is engaged, productive, and satisfied. HR professionals play a crucial role in developing and implementing policies that shape the workplace culture and drive the organization's success.

Rock Valley College HCCTP – Booth #6 – Apprentice

We are a free apprenticeship readiness program through RVC's Continuing Education aimed to help individuals learn more about career opportunities in the construction trades in an effort for them to more successfully apply and gain membership.

Operational shifts: 8a-4p

Sauk Valley Bank & Trust Co – Booth #17 – PT

Headquartered in Sterling, Illinois, Sauk Valley Bank (SVB) is a locally owned, community financial institution that provides the highest quality products and services. SVB offers solutions that fit various customer financial needs; including personal, commercial, and agricultural. Sauk Valley Bank has achieved great success in its 20+ year history, including the expansion of its footprint. With various banking locations, the company serves communities throughout Illinois including: Sterling, Rock Falls, Dixon, Harvard, and that of Janesville, Wisconsin.

Many people come into the bank starting as a Teller or Universal Banker, with aspirations of a career somewhere else within the business. We like to promote within, so there are so many opportunities in various departments - Retail, Mortgage, Lending, Marketing, Finance, Business Services, etc.

Operational Shifts: 1st shift

Sauk Valley Community College – Booth #2 – PT, FT

Sauk Valley Community College is dedicated to teaching and scholarship while engaging the community in lifelong learning, public service, and economic development. Bringing our mission statement to life are talented, dedicated staff and faculty who teach, mentor, coach and inspire. Working at SVCC means making a difference in the community and in the lives of our students.

Sauk Valley Community College - Ag – Booth #38

The SVCC Ag Program was developed by the community, for the community. The primary mission of SVCC Ag is to provide an excellent education to the future of our nation's farmers and providers. Visit to learn more about the various career opportunities within the ag industry and how SVCC can help you achieve your goals.

Sauk Valley Community College – Health Professions - Booth #30

The Health Professions department at Sauk Valley Community College will prepare your for a rewarding career. Whether you are a first time student, or looking to come back and advance your education, SVCC has certificate and degree options available. Areas of study include: Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Certified Nurse Assistant, and Radiologic Technology. Visit for more information on Health Professions.

Sauk Valley Community College - Career Tech - Booth #14

Career Technical Education (CTE) programs at SVCC will set you up for success in the workforce. Through collaborations with local industry members we ensure that our programs align with the current needs of industries, ensuring our students have careers after graduation. Exceptional classroom education combined with hands-on training will set you up for success in your career. Learn more about Early Childhood Education, Computer Science, Manufacturing, Welding, and all of our CTE programs by visiting

Sewer Equipment – Booth #9 – FT

With over 80 years of experience, Sewer Equipment brands represent the industry’s highest quality sewer cleaning and vacuum excavation equipment, serving markets all over the world. Sewer Equipment lines include high pressure, high volume truck and trailer-mounted sewer jetters, combination sewer cleaners, water recycling sewer cleaners, easement machines, industrial vacuum trucks, hydro excavator trucks, air excavators and catch basin cleaners.

Career Pathways: We hire entry level mechanical assemblers, welders, painters.

Operational Shifts:  M-Th 6:30a-5p, 8p-6:30a.  M-F 8a-5p.

Shining Star Children’s Advocacy Center – Booth #21 – Job Shadowing

Shining Star Children's Advocacy Center works with a multidisciplinary team of professionals to assist children and families that have been affected by child abuse. We provide child forensic interviewing, community and court advocacy, counseling and mental health services, and specialized medical exams to children and teens ages 3- 18 years old.

Shining Star Children's Advocacy Center has several career pathways such as; child forensic interviewers, court advocates, counselors/social workers, administrative staff, and specialized medical providers who handle child abuse cases.

Necessary credentials: Advocates - Minimum of Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Human Services Forensic Interviewers - Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or Criminal Justice Counselors - Minimum of a Masters Degree in Social Work, or Counseling. State Licensure also required. Director - Administrative Staff - Minimum of a Masters Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Public Administration, Non Profit Management.

Sinnissippi Centers – Booth #25 – FT, PT, Paid Internships

Sinnissippi Centers, Inc. is a community based behavioral healthcare center that has provided quality care to the Illinois residents of Carroll, Lee, Ogle, Whiteside, and Stephenson Counties. Sinnissippi is a fully accredited behavioral healthcare agency by The Joint Commission.

Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity in a growing organization?! Sinnissippi Centers has grown over 30% in the past year, with continued growth opportunities on the horizon! YOU are welcome here. At Sinnissippi Centers, we understand that everyone is unique and rooted in their culture. We proudly believe that diversity, equity, and inclusiveness are vital to our mission, vision, and values and are important for healthy communities. Using evidence-based practices, our approach of trauma-informed care, driven by diversity, equity, and inclusion, creates a safe place where people are seen, heard, valued, empowered to succeed, and can proudly see themselves—as consumers, staff, and community members. Our mission, vision, or values have no room for prejudice or discrimination. Our Vision: Through hope and healing, empowering all to live their best lives. Our Values: Compassion, Empathy, Inclusion, Advocacy, Innovation and Humor. Together, we are building the world that we want to see. Join us.

Career pathways: Counseling and all career pathways related to a Community Mental Health Organization.
Operational shifts: Most positions are first shift, however residential and crisis services are first, second and third.

The First National Bank in Amboy – Booth #32– FT

Making financial dreams come true for our Community, our Employees, and our Stockholders. Based on the cornerstones of honesty, loyalty, teamwork, and longevity The First National Bank in Amboy has maintained a financially sound bank, earning adequate returns for stockholders while providing for its employees and giving back to the communities where they live and work. The employees of The First National Bank in Amboy have many years of experience and are able to assist in all areas of Business, Agriculture, Trust and Personal Banking. - Bank chartered in 1934 with roots dating back to 1867 - Largest home-based bank in Lee County - Serving the agriculture community since inception - Our staff has years of banking experience here to serve you - Loan decisions made locally - Convenient locations to service you - Local Board of Directors - Full service Trust Department

Operational Shift: 7:15a-5:30p

Career Pathways:  - Lending - Ag/Commercial, and Real Estate/Consumer - Loan Assistants - Trust - Wealth Management - Universal Banker/Customer Service - Human Resources - IT - Security - Compliance - Bookkeeping and Customer Support - Accounting - Operations - Marketing and Business Development

Tri-County Opportunities Council – Booth #22 – FT, PT

We are a Community Action Agency, serving nine counties, that provides services to households with lower incomes to help meet their basic needs (rent and mortgage assistance, utility assistance, food, transportation, personal care, medical, dental, and funding for certifications to become more marketable) along with providing Weatherization services and Early Head Start/Head Start preschool programs.

Our Early Head, Start/Head Start program, offers career pathways to help individuals obtain the necessary certifications to work in a DCFS-licensed classroom. In addition, other agency programs help pay for specific certificates necessary per grant providers.

Operational shifts:  Open hours are 8a-4:30p.  Shifts can be dependent based on classroom types and hours.

United States Marine Corps – Booth #43 – FT, PT, Paid Internships, Apprenticeships, Job Shadowing

We have over 300 different careers, with competitive pay, full benefits, free travel, and early retirement.

UPM Raflatac – Booth #12 – FT

UPM Raflatac Dixon is located in Dixon, Illinois, USA. It produces self-adhesive labelstock. UPM Raflatac creates high-performing labelling materials for branding and promotion, informational labels, and labels with functionality. We work with brands and businesses by providing labelling solutions that support creative product packaging design, meet business goals and reach towards sustainability targets. Our 360° life-cycle approach to sustainability covers everything we do - from responsible sourcing to manufacturing, innovative services and design, and partnerships.
Operational Shifts:  Rotating shifts

Verifacts, LLC – Booth #16 – FT

VeriFacts provides data and verification services on behalf of financial services firms including lenders and account servicers. Our job is to verify facts about businesses and consumers to help financial institutions manage their serviced accounts. Our team of highly specialized professionals works directly with clients to create fully customized programs targeted to exceed portfolio goals and meet critical data needs. We operate our business with integrity and professionalism, delivering optimized results to our clients. We have built long standing relationships with our clients by providing high-quality and reliable data and verification services for over 3 decades.

Operational shifts: Flexible Scheduling: Office hours M-Th 7-5:30 F 7:00-3:30

Ward, Murray, Pace & Johnson, P.C. – Booth #39 – PT, Job Shadowing

Local law firm with an over 160 year presence in the Sauk Valley Community. We practice in many areas of law including family law, estate planning and administration, real estate, banking, municipal, general litigation and general business matters.

Operating shift:  8:45a-4:45p

Willett, Hofmann & Associates – Booth #5 – PT, FT, Paid Internships

With a history that dates back to 1935, Willett, Hofmann & Associates, Inc. (WHA) is a professional, award winning, multi-discipline organization, unique in both its capabilities and credibility, licensed to provide professional civil engineering, structural engineering, architectural design, and professional land surveying services. WHA has been providing professional design and land surveying services to municipalities, townships, counties, state agencies and private enterprises since our inception. We have a talented and diversified staff of more than 60 full-time employees who are experienced and qualified to provide an extensive range of professional services, including structural engineering, transportation engineering, water & wastewater engineering, civil site design, architectural design, land surveying services, and construction staking, observation and administration services.

Career Pathways:  4 year degree in civil engineering or land surveying

Woodhaven Lakes Association – Booth #31 – PT

Our 1,756 acres of woodlands, lakes and prairies provide a spectacular natural setting for relaxing with family and friends. Woodhaven offers seven lakes for fishing. There are 15 miles of natural trails for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Two pools and a beach provide a great way for families to relax and cool off during the hot summer months. Our year-round recreation staff provides structured recreation programs and services throughout the year.

We hire over 30 seasonal staff members every year in our Recreation Department.  Woodhaven Lakes is a great first job for anyone. We have a variety of different positions available to help with your customer service skills, teamwork, & responsibility. The main positions we are looking to hire for are lifeguards, Ice cream/arcade attendants, & activity staff.

Operational shifts:  May vary.  Typical shifts include 9a-4p, 3p-10p, 11a-7p

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