Monthly Archives: February 2015

College Job and Career Fairs in March 2015

Posted: February 28, 2015 at 12:06 am

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March 2, 2015
Boston, MA
Harvard School of Public Health
2015 Spring Career Fair, Monday, March 2nd :Day 1
March 3, 2015
Boston, MA
Harvard School of Public Health
2015 Spring Career Fair, Tuesday, March 3rd :Day 2
March 3, 2015
Amherst, MA
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Service & Leadership Career & Internship Fair: Non-Profits, Government, Education & Camps
March 4, 2015
Murray, KY
Murray State University
Spring 2015 All-Major Career Fair
March 4, 2015
Amherst, MA
University of Massachusetts, Amherst-Isenberg School of Management
Hospitality & Tourism Management Career Day 2015
March 4, 2015
Memphis, TN
University of Memphis
2015 Spring Career and Internship Expo
March 4, 2015
Boston, MA
Harvard School of Public Health
2015 Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Spring Start-Up Career Fair
March 5, 2015
Ellensburg, WA
Central Washington University
2015 CWU Education Career Fair
March 5, 2015
Chicago, IL
DePaul University
Education Fair Consortium
March 6, 2015
Baltimore, MD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2015 Career Fair
March 10, 2015
Montgomery, WV
West Virginia University Institute of Technology
College of Business, Humanities & Social Science
March 10, 2015
Montgomery, AL
Auburn University Montgomery
Career, Internship & Co-Operative Education Expo
March 11, 2015
Carrollton, GA
University of West Georgia
Career Expo 2015
March 12, 2015
Chicago, IL
DePaul University
Career Options for Creative Students
March 13, 2015
Providence, RI
Big East Career Consortium
March 13, 2015
Murray, KY
Murray State University
Spring 2015 Teacher Fair
March 16, 2015
Kalamazoo, MI
Western Michigan University
Food Marketing Pre-Conference Recruiting Activities 2015
March 17, 2015
Cullowhee, NC
Western Carolina University
Education Recruitment Day
March 17, 2015
Chattanooga, TN
Chattanooga State Community College
College and Career Fair 2015
March 24, 2015
Lawrenceville, GA
Gwinnett Technical College
Spring 2015 Career Fair
March 24, 2015
Cullowhee, NC
Western Carolina University
Summer Jobs and Internships Fair
March 24, 2015
Memphis, TN
University of Memphis
2015 Education Fair
March 24, 2015
Cullowhee, NC
Western Carolina University
Etiquette Reception
March 25, 2015
Cullowhee, NC
Western Carolina University
Spring WCU Career Fair
March 26, 2015
Chattanooga, TN
Chattanooga State Community College
March 26, 2015
Philadelphia, PA
La Salle University
Spring Job Fair 2015
March 26, 2015
Chicago, IL
Roosevelt University
Spring 2015 Internship & Career Fair
March 26, 2015
DeKalb, IL
Northern Illinois University
Retail Leadership Expo 2015
March 31, 2015
Cincinnati, OH
Xavier University
2015 Southwest Ohio/Northern Kentucky Education Career Fair
March 31, 2015
Nashville, TN
Nashville Area Career Fairs Consortium
2015 Nashville Area Teacher Recruitment Fair

Social Media Strategies For Job Seekers

Posted: February 27, 2015 at 10:32 pm

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use-social-media-to-find-jobBefore you even think about conducting an online job search, take the time to make your social networking accounts stand out in a positive and professional way. Remove any compromising posts, pictures, and content. Update them with a fresh statement of who you are and what career expertise you have. Upload a new headshot photo. Most recruiters will be looking at your profiles, so make them count.

1. Make a List of Companies

  • Build a highly target list of companies and find key people and hiring managers to actively campaign.
  • Use niche job boards to find growth companies and opportunities.
  • Use advanced search tools to build a list of ideal companies.
  • Find key decision makers using Facebook Twitter and LinkedIn.

2. Identify What Traits Those Companies Want

  • Use social media to identify the specific needs of your target companies and hiring managers, and position your message accordingly.
  • Use social media and online sources to learn about the latest developments in the industry and the company.
  • Find and follow top industry news sites and blogs.
  • Use online subscriptions, databases and journals.
  • Use networks/contracts to identify specific manager needs.

3. Get In Touch With Companies Using Social Media

  • Informational interviews are your B-line to your target company
  • Network your way to an informational interview
  • Use Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter to find interview sources
  • Use social media networks the proper way to reach out to hiring managers

4. Arrange For An In-person Meeting

  • Reach out to hiring managers through social media with proper etiquette.
  • Check your online presence before the interview.
  • Learn to deal with or overcome objections/rejections.
  • Prepare for the in-person meeting!


Tips to Avoid Stress While Job Searching

Posted: February 25, 2015 at 9:37 pm

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Unemployed individuals actively looking for work are prone to stress due to the harsh economic climate.  From being out of work longer than anticipated to being rejected for a position to not getting called back for interviews, searching for a job can seem like an endless gauntlet of rejection. Here are some tips to help guide you through the turmoil of applying and interviewing for positions without becoming disheartened.

Investigate The Industry

Being knowledgeable on the industry you’re applying to can go a long way when job searching. Seek out prominent people in that industry by networking or using online sleuthing and try to get an idea of how those people ended up in the positions they’re in.  Knowing that the job your want to get is obtainable and that others have found their way in that industry can help relive your stress and anxiety and keep you from falling into a slump if you don’t find available job opportunities immediately. Do a little detective work. Search for your interviewer on LinkedIn or Google and try to come up with some talking points based on their professional experience and interests.

Have Others Evaluate You

Talk to professionals with whom you have a strong and trusting relationship, like a former co-worker or former boss and ask them for feedback.  Sometimes the way we perceive ourselves differs from the way others perceive us, and while it may be tough to hear, having a good sense of self can help you build confidence in the long run.  Try to understand how a recruiter or interviewer would view you and put yourself into their shoes.  Would you hire yourself for the positions you’re applying to?

Form A Strategy

If you’ve been interviewing a lot without much progress its probably time to make a change. Often, where a person is constantly interviewing they’ll become tired of being asked the same questions and tired of rejection. Don’t let these negative traits slip into your interview!  Make sure you are polite, prepared and treat each interview like its your first.  Unfortunately job searching is a numbers game and some industries will require more work than others to break into.  Create a spreadsheet to keep track of interview appointments and questions you’ve been asked so you can reference these and keep track of your interviewing patterns.

Using these tips can keep burnout at bay, your emotions in check and your job search on the best possible path.

Infographic: Free Smartphone Apps to Power Your Job Search

Posted: February 23, 2015 at 9:16 pm

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Check out a new infographic from MyJobHelper highlighting 10 great smart phone apps you can use to supercharge your job search.  All recommended apps are FREE and can be used on Apple iOS or Google Android.


1. Any.Do

Powerful job searches generate long to-do lists. Keep track of all your job related tasks with Sync your smartphone to your computer and the website. Chrome browser extension available for all platforms.


2. CamScanner

Whether you need a copy of an application form or a copy of a receipt for tax-deductible expenses, CamScanner turns your smartphone into a scanner for intelligent document management.


3. cPro Craigslist

Craiglist is not stringly a job search site, but it offers lots of jobs including many you can’t find elsewhere.  cPro Craigslist searches new listings and saves web pages to read later. Easier to use than your mobile browser.


4. Evernote

Evernote is the Swiss Army knife of productivity apps. It can keep track of all your notes, PDFs, scans, emails ,reminders, bookmarks and more. Evernote syncs across all of your devices. You can even store notes locally on your smartphone to use without an internet connection.


5. Job Interview Question-Answer

Practice answering job interview questions the next time you have a few spare moments. Career Confidential shared this app with 3000 members, and 99% said it improved their interview skills immediately. Record your answers to practice your responses.


6. LastPass

Job seekers need to fill out multiple registrations to take advantage of online job applications. LastPass keeps track of all your passwords and auto-fills login forms. It generates super-secure long passwords and backs up sensitive files securely.


7. LinkdedIn

Successful job seekers are good networkers, and there is no better business networking tool that LinkedIn. The LinkedIn app connects you to contacts and keeps you posted on the latest news in your industry. You can find, save and apply for recommend jobs with just a few taps.


8. Mailbox

Expect to be inducted with emails once your job search picks up steam.  Specifically designed for smartphones, Mailbox pulls your messages down from the cloud. It learns from your swipes to automate common tasks. Snooze messages to read later. Indispensable!


9. Resume Star

Build your resume from scratch on your iPhone with Resume Star. It creates cross-platform compatible PDF resumes that you can email or print directly from your phone. It also creates individual cover letters for each resume. Includes in-app spellcheck.


10. Resume Builder

Need a resume? Simply take a picture with your smartphone camera, fill in the blanks on the Resume Builder form and the app does the rest. You can save your resumes to update or edit for future use. Email your resume or save a PDF to use later.


How to Find a Warehouse Job as a Felon or Ex-Con

Posted: February 21, 2015 at 3:10 pm

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warehouse-jobs-for-felons-exconsFinding a job after prison presents a unique challenge to job seekers. However, there are employers who understand the need for ex-cons to get back on the right track after serving their time. There are companies that also know that part of preventing a return to prison is providing a better way to make a living for individuals in such circumstances. Working for a warehouse is one such job category and here are # tips to help you find such a job.

#1: Think Felon Friendly

Some companies are more willing to take a chance on an ex-con than others, so consult lists of potential employers that have a reputation for understanding the needs of those trying to get their lives back on track. Although many are national or global corporations, focus your efforts on their local warehouses or distribution centers. Employers may feel better about helping someone from their own community.

#2: Provide Additional Assurances

Expanding upon the traditional recommendations may help. Try to provide more than the usual three, and ask each person to speak specifically to how they will be part of your support system as you continue your rehabilitation. In addition to the usual references, such as former employers, teachers, or clergy, provide some references from those who are officially a part of your rehabilitation, such as a probation officer or rehabilitation counselor.

#3: Consider Smaller Steps

While most people want an immediate full-time job with an excellent salary and benefits, be willing to start with something less to prove yourself to an employer. You may want to start at the warehouse as a temporary or part-time employee. As you prove yourself to be a trustworthy hard worker, you can start to explore full-time, benefits eligible options with your employer, and maybe even promotions.

#4: Search On-Ground and Online

As with most job searches, you’ll want to take advantage of both on-ground and online resources. Spend the 9-5 business hours visiting warehouses in your area to submit your application. When you submit your application, do not lie about your situation, but instead share how you are rebuilding your life. If you are fortunate enough to have an interview with a human resource representative or manager, also ask what programs or support the organization may offer for your circumstances.

Then spend evenings and weekends searching online job sites, such as to find and apply for warehouse positions in your area. Be sure not only to use the search term “warehouse,” but also any additional information like your zip code, “part-time,” “seasonal,” or “temporary” to help you fit your search more closely to your own personal situation. Temporary employment agencies may also be helpful in finding you a suitable position.

#5: Build Your Skills

Looking for a job is often said to be a full-time job in itself, but do make take some time to add to your skills. Many warehouses are adding automated features and using different types of machinery. See if your local JobWorks or college provides any training related to the type of warehouse work you’d like to do. Look into any job search support services like resume writing. Being prepared and standing out favorably in as many was as possible will help offset the difficulties associated with finding a job as a felon or ex-con.

Looking for employment after prison can be difficult, but it’s not impossible. Working in a warehouse is one good option, and the above tips should help.

The 5 Best Video Resumes that Prove Unconventional Resumes Can Help Land a Job

Posted: February 17, 2015 at 3:23 pm

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best-video-resumes-and-unconventional-resumesBlack and white paper resumes remain the norm in most hiring practices; however, they also have a nickname, “obituaries,” because they tend to show what an applicant did in the past in a very bland way. If a job post asks for one of these, be sure to submit one, but find a way to spice up your application by including a video resume as a separate file or a URL potential employers can click on. Here are five of the best examples to get you started.

#1: Nick Belling Takes Charge

Australian Nick Belling lives in a remote area where he comically shares that the software development industry is helping his elderly neighbor “do the Internet.” Therefore, he says he’s created the video resume to go to the employer. Note that within the pleasant, lighthearted tone, viewers get a look at actual projects Nick has completed, his unique style, and his personality.

#2: William Morvan Graphically Designs

Graphic designers create visual elements for books, websites, and other types of media. The more creative and talented they are, the further they go in the field. Notice in this video resume how William Morvan shows off his talents from the second the clip launches until the very end. He is audience aware, and potential employers will know what he can do for them in less than three minutes.

#3: Mark Leruste Dreams Big

Like the first two video resumes, Mark Leruste demonstrates solid work experience as a foreign correspondent and business owner. He’s got the education and personality to attract potential employers. The risk here is in the vague request that “a dream job would be nice.” Clearly, the variety of experiences he shared lets potential employers know he’s a guy who will thrive outside of the traditional office cubicle. For a company that needs someone like that, Mark’s the man.

#4: Lisette V Energizes Her Resume

Hiring managers are busy people under a lot of pressure to find the best people to fill vacancies in the shortest amount of time. Note how Lisette V energizes the demonstration of her talents and skills in a one minute clip that is sure to make potential employers take notice. The video resume plays like an elevator pitch and leaves viewers wanting to replay it and to learn more about what she has to offer.

#5: Ana Gomez Knows Spanish

Creativity is not limited just to video and graphic designers. Today’s educators, for example, need to be technically fluent and may even teach entirely online. Ana Gomez demonstrates her Spanish language proficiency and gives some examples of how she might teach a lesson with a multimedia approach in her video resume.

Video resumes can be a great way to share a lot of information about your candidacy within minutes. Be audience aware and don’t see this as a replacement for any required paper or online application formats. Avoid getting so caught up in your creativity that you forget to include documentation of your skills or your contract information. If you’re searching for a job, a video resume may be a great way to show prospective employers what you can do.


Seasonal Employment in New York City: A How-to Guide

Posted: February 13, 2015 at 10:23 pm

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New York Columbus CircleWhen most people think of a job, they imagine the traditional 9-5 or rotating through shifts like factory or hospital employees typically do. If that type of employment isn’t for you, or you just want or need more flexibility with employment, consider seasonal work. New York City is full of such options.

What is ‘seasonal employment’?

Seasonal employment is exactly what it sounds like: Employers have temporary jobs that may last for the summer or through the year-end holiday shopping madness. Businesses may also need extra help with a project for a period of time. Often these jobs have some flexibility with hours or location. For example, you may be able to work primarily from home while the kids are at school, or full-time over breaks if you’re a college student.

Where can I find seasonal jobs?

One of the best ways to find seasonal work in New York City is to use an online job search engine, such as MyJobHelper. Type the word ‘seasonal’ in the “job title” box and add the name of the city or zip code; then click on the “search” button. You can further narrow the results by distance, salary, type of work, and other such factors to find what may be of interest to you.

Another tip is to use online search databases to find types of businesses that seem to hire seasonal work. Some may be obvious: Retail stores typically hire seasonal workers during holidays or for huge sales. Others may not be so obvious: Universities sometimes hire additional help for student enrollment or campus activities.

Finally, it doesn’t hurt to cold call and network. New York is full of publishers, for instance, so you might submit or drop off a letter of introduction telling them about your qualifications and what sorts of seasonal jobs you’d be interested in doing. Let everyone in the area know of your interest in seasonal work, too. Chances are good that a friend or family member will send some opportunities your way.

What types of jobs are there?

Although almost any company may need seasonal workers, there are some businesses that make more frequent use of this option. Automotive, computer, and appliance repair services frequently need extra help. People tend to travel more in the spring and summer, and they want their vehicles checked out before leaving. On the other hand, more are working during the fall and winter, so computer repair businesses tend to need extra help during those seasons.

Spring and summer also bring vacationers and tourists to New York City. Check out some of the online lists of top tourist attractions in the city. Then look for seasonal work at those locations as a tour guide, docent, gift shop clerk, security guard, or other such supporting roles to help visitors have a great time. Don’t forget that vacationers and tourists also need transportation, places to stay, and food to eat. Look for spring and summer seasonal work as a ticket taker, cab driver, hotel clerk, or waiter.

During the fall and winter, New Yorkers tend to go for indoor activities more, so consider looking for seasonal work at gyms, theaters, and other such indoor recreational facilities. Working families will need daycare, so consider applying at area preschools or working as a babysitter.

Seasonal work opportunities in New York City are only limited by your imagination. It can be a great way to work a flexible schedule while earning money and building work experience.

Part-time Jobs for Students Currently in School

Posted: February 9, 2015 at 10:39 pm

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part-time-jobs-for-students-currently-in-schoolIf you’re currently in college, chances are good that you need some extra income. Working around a full-time schedule of classes can be tricky, but it’s doable. The first step you should take is visiting your campus Career Services Office which can help you connect with available positions on and near your campus. Second, visit your Financial Aid Office to inquire about work study, internship, and externship opportunities. Finally, just walk around campus and ask questions about possible employment in various offices and service related venues. Here’s an overview of what you might find.

Campus Services

A university campus is like a miniature city. Consider all of the services provided on a campus; then pursue positions related to them. For example, campuses bring visitors, everything from future students and their parents to returning alumni, community leaders, and others with a vested interest in your school. Consider becoming a tour guide for your school.

Campuses also have tutoring centers. These may be broken down into subjects, such as math or writing, or there may be a single center for all subjects. Consider working as a tutor in a subject you excel in or that is connected to your major. Similarly, academic libraries are massive. Check into opportunities not only in the main campus library, but also in any program or subject specific ones, too.

Students buy books and other items at the bookstore; need help with technology; or just have questions of various departmental offices around campus. Look for positions in each of these areas, too. You might, for instance, work as a bookstore clerk, as a computer technician, or as an office receptionist.


Another category of jobs falls under hospitality. Not only does your college campus probably have a lot of places to eat or buy snacks, but it also most likely has a convention center with a hotel for guests and residence halls. Universities are also surrounded by eateries and places to stay. Consider looking for part-time work as a waiter, host, bartender, desk clerk, night auditor, switchboard operator, residence hall supervisor, or maintenance worker.

One of the best aspects of hospitality jobs for college students is that these businesses are open roughly 24/7, so they offer a lot flexibility in terms of work versus class schedules. If you work in this area, you may find yourself busy around lunch time or during major events; however, you will also find some downtime during which you may be able to get some studying completed—with your supervisor’s permission, of course.


A third major job category is research. Your professors may have grants or funds to conduct research, so offer to assist them. You might work as a teaching assistant helping with clerical tasks, such as making copies so that their professional time can be better focused on teaching and researching. You might offer to assist with the actual research itself, helping to conduct experiments, input data, find sources, or even interpreting results. You could volunteer to be a paid test subject, too.

As the three categories above indicate, there are a lot of employment opportunities on campus and Career Services is the best place to start looking for a job. Try to find something close to your major so that you not only invest time toward earning a paycheck, but also toward gaining valuable work experience and networking opportunities that may help you jumpstart your career after graduation.

The Impact of Seasonality on Job Searching

Posted: February 5, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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part time seasonal jobs and job openings

When is the best time to look for a job?

If you are working full time and want to change jobs, you need to juggle your spare time between your family, vacations and other activities. If your time is limited, it makes sense to look for a job when your search will be most productive.  A new white paper from MyJobHelper looks at the best seasons to begin your job search for part time or seasonal employment.

Seasonality Varies According to Industry

Teaching jobs

Let’s say you are a high school teacher and are looking for a full-time teaching job. You know he school year starts in August or September. But you also realize that schools can’t wait until the end of the summer to start looking for teachers. If educators take the summer off, they can’t start posting jobs in June or July either. That would leave school principals no time to interview applicants. Therefore most schools will want post listings by April and May. And just as you might expect, research indicates that April and May are indeed the peak months for posting job listings for teachers. The same research validates common sense solutions for other industries.

Non-profit jobs

The last four months of the year, especially November, are peak hiring periods for non-profit organizations. Why? Non-profits work on tight budgets that get revised at the end of each calendar year. When new positions are created they usually don’t start until January of the new fiscal year. Non-profits ramp up their recruiting as the year draws to a close. Therefore non-profit hiring peaks two months in advance of when new positions are filled. When is the worst month for non-profit hiring? According to this logic, we would expect the fewest non-profit hires to occur in January, and statistics do indeed bear this out.

Retail store jobs

Everyone knows that December is make or break for retail stores. Therefore retail job listings peak in November. The next two most active months are for job openings in stores are September and August. Why? Stores can wait until almost the last minute to hire personnel for the sales floor, but there are many other workers like merchandisers, stockroom clerks and inventory managers who must begin work several months in advance of the holiday selling season. A great way to figure out peak hiring season is to keep track of new jobs by using daily or weekly email alerts from It’s easy to sign up for alerts here. Check out the new jobs everyday and then enter the number of new jobs in a spreadsheet or simply track them in a notebook. You will easily be able to see whether hiring activity is increasing or decreasing for the job you are pursuing in the exact location where you live!


Adjusting the Search Process to Seasonal Opportunities

Once you have figured out the peak hiring season for your target job or company, you need to be prepared to take advantage of it. When there is less hiring activity you should cut back and be more selective in filling out applications and sending out emails. Take advantage of the extra time you have to catch up on these critical activities which are the key to a successful job search.

Setting career objectives

No one, absolutely no one, enjoys having to look for a new job. It’s natural to rush ahead in an effort to get the process over as soon as possible. However, you need to resist the temptation to look for old job at a different company without first asking yourself whether it’s time to adjust your career goals. The all-time classic guide to reexamining your job goals is Richard Nelson Bolles’ What Color is Your Parachute?. This book is revised every year, so it’s easy to pick up an older edition for just a few dollars. The details may change, but the principles in the book that lead to success endure


Networking is something you should do all year round, but it can really pay big dividend when hiring slows down. As one job coach says, “It’s not about getting jobs; it’s about getting meetings.” And the key to getting more meetings is lining up informational interviews to gather information on the industry sector and on specific companies.



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Who’s Hiring? – February 2015

Posted: February 2, 2015 at 8:06 pm

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Who’s Hiring? – February 2015

Check out these awesome jobs that have been recently posted:

Service (Maintenance) Technician, Douglas Emmett – SANTA MONICA CA

Douglas Emmett, Inc. is a Southern California-based real estate investment trust (REIT) active in the commercial office and multifamily property markets in California and Hawaii. The Company’s office portfolio includes 61 properties totaling approximately 15.3 million rentable square feet, and its multifamily portfolio consists of ten properties with a total of 3,336 units.

Douglas Emmett’s properties are currently located in nine premier California submarkets – Brentwood, Century City,Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Olympic Corridor, Westwood, Sherman Oaks/Encino, Warner Center/Woodland Hills and Burbank – with a growing presence in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Apply here

Welder / Millwright (Machine Repair), Quemetco, Inc. – INDIANAPOLIS IN

Quemetco, Inc., Recycling Plant – a Leader in Green Technology Has opening for Welder-Millwright at its 24/7 Plant Operations located on the southwest side of Indianpolis.

Welder-Millwright position has the following Primary Duties:

* Fabricates special items, as required.

* Repairs processing equipment such as pumps, pipe moving machinery and repairs steel.

* Performs simple to intermediate equipment and pipe installations.

* Keeps work area neat, clean and free of debris * Complies with all environmental, health, safety and housekeeping programs

* Performs other duties, as assigned. Quemetco, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 Apply here

Administrative Assistant/Scheduler, Shamrock Remodeling – MESA AZ

Work at a fast paced, customer oriented company with a reputation of excellence in the Phoenix area.

Job Description:We are a growing Phoenix Metro based contruction/remodeling company looking to fill open administrative positions immediately.Minimum 2 years scheduling and routing experience in the construction and/or service industry is a MUST! Must have exceptional customer service, phone skills and etiquette. This is a fast paced, customer driven service business that requires our schedulers to provide the best customer service in the industry.

Must have PC skills such as MS Word and Excel. Quickbooks experience is a plus.Position is Mon-Fri 9-4. Pay is based on experience.

Apply here

Customer Service Supervisor, Towne Air Freight – CARSON CA

Towne Air Freight is the largest full-service provider of airfreight trucking services in the United States. The nation’s airfreight forwarders and brokers know they can depend on our Airport-to-Airport, Direct-to-Consignee and Local Pickup and Delivery Services to meet the needs of their customers.

Job Description:
Towne Air Freight is currently looking for a CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPERVISOR for our Carson, CA location (LAX) to Facilitate and participate in duties and activities that will ensure total customer satisfaction.  Ensure customers are being given excellent service through monitoring performance and coaching when necessary.  Handling escalated customer issues and reacting to the issues quickly so that their issue can be resolved in a timely manner.

Apply here

Machine Operator, Employment Plus – LIVONIA MI

Employment Plus is recruiting for a client in Livonia, MI. They have need of Machine Operators and Inspectors. The company is an automotive parts manufacturer for one of the big 3. They have 3 shifts and work over 40 hours per week.
Jobs involves but is not limited to: Load and unload parts from a furnace, run parts through several processing machines, inspect quality of parts, load and package parts to be shipping out.

Apply here

Caregiver – Randolph County, Home Instead Senior Care – ASHEBORO NC

Becoming a CAREGiver is a unique job with many rewards, as well as physical and emotional challenges. It is a labor of love that will enable you to build fulfilling and lasting relationships with your senior clients. Most important, you will make a meaningful difference in the lives of your clients and their families.

Share your exceptional talents and skills to help seniors stay independent and live the lifestyle they desire with Home Instead Senior Care.

We are looking for Caring, Compassionate, Trustworthy, Flexible and Extremely Dependable people to work with our seniors.  If this describes you, we look forward to meeting you. You must have reliable transportation and vehicle insurance and you must be available to work at least two weekends a month.  This position pays $7.25 per hour and $8.35 per hour for CNAs.

Apply here


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