The AEM Headquarters are located in the Summit Place office building, a former Allis-Chalmers manufacturing plant in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Our office space is really cool and features floor-to-ceiling windows, large skylights, exposed steel beams and original Cream City brick. Individual offices along with semi-private cubicles define the space.
Onsite building amenities include complimentary parking as well as fee-for-service café, fitness center and salon.
Employees delight in our superior benefit package including single health coverage at $164 per month, single vision at $2.50 per month and free dental insurance. We also offer an employer-paid pension plan, a 401k plan, generous paid time off (18 days first full calendar year), and competitive compensation and bonus program. Our dress code is casual Monday through Friday and we like giving back to the community.
For more information about career opportunities with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, contact Judy Gaus, Vice President, Human Resources & Administrative Affairs, at (414) 298-4137 or toll free (866) 236-0442.
Information Technology Coordinator
The Information Technology Coordinator will provide IT help desk support for staff with a strong emphasis on effective and timely customer service. Respond to a high volume of requests varying in complexity and need; and work with staff to identify, test and deliver technology tools with a focus on technologies for trade shows, working closely with the Event Technology Manager. Will also assist in on boarding and training staff to the network and other IT work tools. Requires at least an associate degree level of education in a computer related field and ideally at least three years in a technical support environment working with Microsoft Office. Must be service oriented, have high degree of technical aptitude, and possess superior problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Basic knowledge of HTML and prior experience working with e-commerce administration preferred. Service desk ticket system and SharePoint experience also a plus.
We expanded our internship program beginning in 2013, enabling us to utilize additional talent to complete projects that would not otherwise be accomplished.
Our interns assist with real world, meaningful, project-based work with defined objectives. A goal of the program is to create a pool of developed candidates for consideration upon graduation, and several former interns have been hired as regular employees.
Internships are paid positions and students work an average of 15-20 hours per week. Hours are daytime, between 7am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Internships vary in length with most of our students working during the school year as well as in summer. Supervisors, together with interns, establish schedules that mesh with classes and exams.
We have adopted a modified business casual dress code where jeans are acceptable attire. Our office space is really cool and features floor-to-ceiling windows, large skylights, exposed steel beams and original Cream City brick. Click here to see all the great things former interns have to say about us.
In addition to any current opportunities that may be listed below, we accept applications year round. We look for college students or recent grads who possess excellent customer service and communication skills, an attention to detail and strong organizational ability, along with the capability to work diligently, manage multiple projects effectively and build relationships both internally and externally.
To be considered for our program, email your resume and cover letter to Wanda Sova, Executive Assistant, email@example.com.