Systems Control #KeepUPWorking in Dickinson County

Systems Control has hired more than 100 individuals in Dickinson county in 2020 and they are not slowing down. Click here for more information.

About Systems Control

Systems Control designs and manufactures customized, turnkey systems that protect, transmit and distribute energy from source to grid to consumer.

Our approach is simple: design, optimize, manufacture, and integrate the highest-quality, most cost-effective solution possible. From initial concept to final delivery, we perform every step of our process in house, and under one roof. And from introduction to installation, we work hand-in-hand with our customers, assigning dedicated teams to better understand their needs and ensure quality results that exceed expectations.

We’re proud of the role we play in bringing energy to those who need it. We bring positive energy and passion to every challenge. But we don’t just do it with connectors and wires. Our most compelling connections are the relationships we build with our employees, suppliers, customers, and community.

One roof. One goal. Extraordinary customer service that’s powered by people.

Working at Systems Control

Opportunity for advancement is a very important aspect of career choice. At Systems Control, we know that every person’s aspirations vary. To encourage growth at the pace and interest level of each individual, we offer our employees a variety of ways to grow with us. We believe your career should be flexible and evolve alongside your skills and passions.

We want you to be happy with your career here. We believe that as you advance, you should always be moving to something better—something you love doing that challenges you every day and fills you with pride.

Together we can set the path to get there, then help you along the way with career plans that are tailored to your skill set and personal goals.

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#KeepUPWorking Dickinson County – Featured Employers Series

Now is a great time to be looking for work in Dickinson County. With one of the lowest unemployment rates in all of Michigan, our major employers are still hiring. Each month we will be featuring an area employer and information about why It Pays to Work Now in our community.

If your company wants to be featured, please email lois.ellis@daeda.org.
If you are interested in joining the Alliance, please email lois.ellis@daeda.org.

Webinar Available to Upper Peninsula Businesses on new Department of Defense Compliance An Introduction to the DoD Cybersecurity Maturity Certification Model

Upper Peninsula —

As Upper Peninsula businesses look to engage with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) through contracts, there is a new model that all vendors for the DoD will need to follow. Suppliers without a Request for Proposal (RFP) required Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) will not be able to win new DoD contracts individually or as part of a team. The DoD CMMC is a new model to measure cybersecurity capabilities across all DoD suppliers. DoD is targeting requiring Certification Levels in RFPs by late 2020.

For the full press release, click here.

BOSS Snowplow Expands Operations in Iron Mountain

IRON MOUNTAIN —

BOSS Snowplow, a leader in snow and ice management, today announced that it is expanding its facility in Iron Mountain, Michigan. The project will add approximately 44,000 square feet of additional manufacturing space to the existing facility, which will include a new paint line and improvements to its R&D facility to increase production capacity and support future growth.

For the full press release, click here.

Dickinson Area 2020 Housing Market Assessment Released by the Central Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Commission

IRON MOUNTAIN —

The Central Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Regional Commission (CUPPAD) released the 2020 Housing Marketing Assessment for Dickinson County. Key findings highlight opportunities for real estate developers and property owners, some of which are already in action in downtown Iron Mountain.

For the full press release, click here.

Michigan Small Business Restart Program Grant Applications Available on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 Over $4.5 million in funding allocated to Upper Peninsula

IRON MOUNTAIN —

A second round of grant funding is being made available by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) through the Michigan Small Business Restart Program which is intended to infuse an additional $100 million in grant funding to small businesses throughout the State. The funds were appropriated via the federal CARES Act funding through SB 690 and authorized by the Michigan Strategic Fund to be administered by 15 local and nonprofit economic development organizations across the State. $4,545,455 has been allocated to the Upper Peninsula to be administered through InvestUP, a regional economic development organization representing all of Upper Michigan.

For the full press release, click here.

Lake Antoine Park Partners Receive Grant

IRON MOUNTAIN —

The Lake Antoine Park Partners are recipients of the 2018 Land.Water.Thrive Greenspace Enhancement Grant from The Toro Company and BOSS Snowplow. The $40,000 grant will be used to revitalize the beach and lawn areas of Lake Antoine Park. Congratulations! We are looking forward to seeing the improvements!

For more information, click here.