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Friday, 12 August 2016 15:36


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 TC St. Louis & YSCP Mouse Races
To Support Kingdom House
Thursday - September 22nd - 5:30 to 9:00
$20 - BYO Food/Drinks - Details HERE 
Rejoice...It's Friday.  This week seemed to fly by.  We had an incredible time at the Cardinal Night on Wednesday.  A big thank you to everyone who came out and supported.  As a bonus the Cardinals actually decided to win a game.
The next Event is Mouse Racing to support Kingdom House.  Registration & Networking starts 5:30. Mouse racing is 7:00 to 9:00.   Bring your own food and beverages.  100% of the proceeds go to purchase food for Kingdom House's food pantry.  We are looking for volunteers, players, and raffle items.  Please let me know if you have any questions or can help. 
Are you looking to promote your company?  On Friday, August 26 the St. Louis Business Journal is planning to produce a special Transportation & Logistics focus section to run in both the print and digital editions.  Call or email Matt Stewart at 314-421-8344 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for advertising opportunities in this section or a conversation regarding partnering with the Business Journal in other ways. 
If it's at all possible...enjoy your Friday.  Please let me know if I an help with anything. 


Seeking a Sales, Account Management, Healthcare, Supply Chain, Logistics Position:
Roger Qi 

Degree: Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Health Administration, new grad. Skills: data analysis, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Chinese(Mandarin) language (native) Types of job: administration, supply chain, data analysis, management, marketing, consulting, project management, (related to business and/or healthcare)
Please contact Roger directly at (573)489-9658 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . For resume click HERE
Seeking a Transportation/Supply Chain Position:
Scott Wallace
Highly motivated individual with extensive experience in Corporate Transportation/Supply Chain activities.  I have proven abilities in leadership, development, and implementation of freight cost reduction programs, establishing action plans for process improvement, and strategic approach to obtain company logistics objectives. I have excellent written and verbal communication skills and am skillful at corresponding with all levels of Facility and Corporate management. I am looking to serve in an active working environment utilizing the latest technology. 

Please contact Scott directly at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 618-550-8541. For resume click Here.   
Job Openings 
SLATE June Job Fairs and Employment Opportunities:
August Job Fair List: Click HERE 
August Hot Jobs List: Click HERE
Charter Spectrum Career Fair August 18th: Click HERE
On the Job Training for Business: ClickHERE
New Tech Job Board:  Click HERE
Contact Joel Reinert, OJT Coordinator, at 314-657-3503 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with any questions.  
Job Opening for a Marketing Analyst: 
DOT Foods- Mt. Sterling-IL, St. Louis (Chesterfield)-MO.

The analysis of all marketing at Dot Foods: campaign analysis: audience segmentation, assessment and recommendation during campaigns, campaign outcomes.  In addition, this role will provide market analysis for Dot Foods: analysis of industry opportunities, research and insight on customers, suppliers and chain account. This role is key in helping the company plan, execute and measure marketing activities.     

To apply for this or other open positions, please visit and click the ‘Careers’ link box in the middle of the page.  For additional details on this position click HERE.  

Job Opening for Bus and Van operators
Bi-State Development
Bi-state Development is now hiring Bus Operators and Van Operators. Please apply on site at
Supply Chain Management Positions
Aegis is a fast growing firm with several SCM positions at headquarters US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) on Scott AFB, IL .  USTRANSCOM is the Defense Department's command that provides full spectrum global mobility solutions--airlift, sealift, surface transportation--for federal government requirements in peace and war. Aegis-Strategies' portfolio of contractor support requirements at USTRANSCOM is growing.  We have an open SCM position advertised on our career webpage.  If interested upload your resume HERE.
Multiple Logistical Positions Open
Unyison Logistics

Unyson Logistics is looking to fill several logistics positions in our St. Louis Office. We are seeking talented individuals that can work directly with customers to provide the best in class transportation solutions. To view our open positions and apply, please visit: If you have questions, please direct them to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Fall Umpires needed at Kirkwood Athletic
All levels of experience welcomed including 0 years, must be at least 13 years old. We will be holding training sessions at Kirkwood Athletic: Aug 8, Aug 10, Aug 15, Aug 17.  From 7-8:30, you must be able to go to at least one of these, preferably more than one. In order to join, please complete an application prior to the meeting, anyone that attends training will be able to be an umpire.  Starting pay for no experience is $20/game and goes up from there.  Details:
Miss the last couple bulletins?
Get caught up
Need ticket help?  We have two new contacts with the Blues and Cardinals.  Both fine people will help you with any and all ticket requests from suites to single game. For the Blues contact Michael Spangler,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 314-622-2507.  For the Cardinals contact Shannon Knobloch, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 314-345-9864.  Tell them you're with the Bulletin and they'll hook you up.  
Lewis and Clark Community College's Highway Construction Careers Training Program
Lewis and Clark Community College is holding application and assessment sessions in order to select 15 participants for their Highway Construction Careers Training Program. This is a FREE program that provides participants with the necessary skills needed to apply for jobs in construction. Participants learn construction related skills such as; math for the trades, job readiness, welding, blue print reading, and other hands on technical skills. At the end of the 16-week program, participants will be prepared to apply for apprenticeships with area unions to begin their new career.  The program will start at the end of August. Program participants are paid a $10/hour stipend (this is a stipend and does not cancel other benefits received). Additional details HERE.
YSCP St. Louis August Networking Event
Thursday August 18, 2016 - Milo's on the Hill
Join the YSCP at Milo's on the Hill.  No RSVP required.  Event start at 5:30.  Free Event. Free Food. Cash Bar. All are welcome to attend. Details HERE
Ralph Kaufman Memorial Golf Tournament
Thursday August 18, 2016 - Whitmoor Country Club
To Benefit Local Veteran and Children’s Charities.  Cost is $300 per player. ($175 is tax deductible) which includes a guest for wine tasting, cocktails, dinner and auction. Additional details and to register click HEREDinner only registration details HERE
 Do you like to drive and travel? Need training and a job? Attend this special event to fast-start your career.

ST. LOUIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE and DART TRANSIT are teaming up!  Find out about
STLCC’s No-Cost, High-Quality Professional Truck Driver training and great driving jobs with Dart.  Meet STLCC trainers and Dart reps. View trucks, simulator, classroom, driving range and more.  When:  August 30 and August 31. Time:  8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.  and   2:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.  each day. Where:  St. Louis Community College – Forest Park. Questions: contact Kathleen Chambers at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 314-539-5309
Missing & Exploited Children (CoMEC) Golf Tournament in Memphis, TN.
Saturday, September 10th. The Links at Galloway.
The mission of COMEC is:  To reconnect families in crisis through mediation and intervention.  We are having a Golf Tournament fundraiser next month.  Please see attached brochure and let me know if you have any questions.  If you are unable to attend, please consider donating an item for our silent auction, or heck, just a monetary donation of any amount would be greatly appreciated.  Details click HERE
Missouri to host 2016 Midwest U.S. - Japan Association Conference
September 11-13, 2016 - Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch
For more than four decades, business leaders from the U.S. Midwest region and Japan have met on an annual basis at the Midwest U.S. – Japan Association Conference to discuss the growth and progress of economic relations between the Midwest and Japan. From governors to top executives to leading companies in both America and Japan, the event serves as a unique venue for bringing together political and business leaders to foster business relations. This year, the annual conference will be held September 11-13 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch. Join us as we showcase Missouri as a dynamic business environment for foreign investment and develop knowledge of Japan’s export potential – register today!  Click HERE for details
Administrators' Roundtable on Freight Economy
Monday, September 12, 2016 9:00 am – 11:00 am Bi-State Development
211 North Broadway, Suite 650 St. Louis, MO 63102

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), Maritime Administration (MARAD) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) together with the St. Louis Regional Freightway, invite you to participate in an Administrator’s Beyond Traffic Roundtable with FHWA Administrator Gregory G. Nadeau to discuss issues related to the freight economy. FHWA is holding regional, policy-specific roundtables with state and local transportation representatives, the business community, safety and environmental advocates, and freight stakeholders. The roundtables are a platform to discuss national, state and local freight economic opportunities and impacts, including elements of national and state freight plans and related performance measures. This is an opportunity to share ideas, insights and experiences to improve freight movement nationally and in this region. Additional details click HERE

YSCP & Transportation Club of St. Louis Mouse Races
Thursday September 22, 2016 - Casino Queen
To Benefit Kingdom House.  5:30 pm Doors - 7 pm racing.  BYO Food & Beverages. $20.00 in advance. $25 at door.  100% of proceeds go to support Kingdom House.  Registration is open:  Click HERE
2016 CSCMP Annual Conference
September 25-28, 2016 - Orlando, FL
CSCMP’s 2016 Annual Conference is the only event representing the entire supply chain from end-to-end. The people you need to meet to accelerate your business success and the knowledge you need to solve your greatest business challenges can be found here. Additional details and to register click HERE
Transportation Club of St. Louis Fall Golf Tournament
Thursday October 13, 2016 - Quail Creek
10:30 registration - 11:30 shotgun. $85.00 per golfer includes lunch, dinner, & 4 drink Tickets.  Registration is open.  Click HERE 
Fall ICPA Conference Information:
October 11-13.  Dallas Texas.

Registration for the fall conference will open May 2 at noon CST. Check out the website for agenda and information
Logistics & Transportation Association of North America (LTNA) 2016 National Conference October 19-21 - SLS Hilton - Las Vegas, NV
LTNA is a member-driven networking organization consisting of individual members, non-profit clubs, associations, and corporate entities involved in every aspect of Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management throughout the United States and Canada.  LTNA members are recognized experts in all aspects of the Logistics, Transportation, and Supply Chain industry. $225 per person to attend. Sponsorship's available. For additional details, registration, and speaker lineup click HERE.  
Troops to Transportation & Logistics Program (T2TL)
The Transportation Club & LTNA are proud supporters of the Troops to Transportation & Logistics Organization
Employers: Please Share Your Insight, Experience & Job Openings to their Group & Veteran Community. Their veteran candidates value your postings.  T2TL can post your open positions to their nationwide network. Check out their website to learn more about CASY/MSCCN/T2TL and their successful veteran placements. Veterans: If you are a veteran looking for employment please check out their job placement program For additional information and question contact (R) Col. Sandy Artman at  636-248-0513 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Check out their website HERE 
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It's a totally free service and all industries are welcome. 
The rules are simple: just send me your networking events, job openings, resume, and/or email address to be added to the bulletin. If you send a resume please include a short paragraph describing what type of job you are looking for. I only send out your resume or job opening once, since most of the time I don’t find out if the job got filled or you took a job.  I’m happy to send it out as many times as you’d like, just send me an email to resend it with the next bulletin. Probably the most important rule:  If you send in a resume for someone else please make sure they realize it’s going to be sent out to thousands of people.  I’ve had a few people thru the years get called into their current boss’s office asking why they are looking for another job…not pretty.  As always please forgive my bad grammar, worse spelling, and poor attempts at humor.  A huge thank you to everyone for supporting this little effort.  We’ve helped a lot of folks get jobs thru the years.  Keep spreading the word and sending in the stuff to post.  As always if you’re tired of seeing my name in your inbox (which I wouldn’t blame you) just click on the link below and your email address will be removed.  That’s it…. see that wasn’t too painful.
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