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Published on July 17, 2014

Author: fredgwest1999



#job leads, #new jobs, #Phoenix, #employment, #job search ...
BREAKING NEWS: The Used Job Shack is proud to offer the employment seeking applicants of the valley a wide selection of new jobs directly from local employers and these babies are priced to move. Don’t snooze! Don’t delay! All jobs are subject to prior hire and we will not be offering rain checks to anyone who had to play bingo instead of applying directly. Check out our new inventory here:

IT’S THURSDAY NIGHT HERE AT THE USED JOB SHACK NEW JOBS DIRECT FROM THE EMPLOYER…BREAKING NEWS: The Used Job Shack is proud to offer the employment seeking applicants of the valley a wide selection of new jobs directly from local employers and these babies are priced to move. Don’t snooze! Don’t delay! All jobs are subject to prior hire and we will not be offering rain checks to anyone who had to play bingo instead of applying directly. Check out our new inventory here:

From the Desk of “Honest” Jay - Professional Career Coach WHY YOU AIN’T GETTING HIRED… If you are getting to the interview part of finding employment but, it is going sideways from there. This means that you are doing OK on your application and/or in showcasing your skills in writing. The real problem is that you are not doing as well in person as you do on paper. This part of the process can be hurtful and painful because it means that you are the problem. It could be simple or you may need a complete facelift of how you are presenting yourself. While we would like to point the blame elsewhere and it is really easier to not take responsibility, we must be open to the idea that it wasn’t that they didn’t like me but rather, I gave them no reason to like me. There are three basic interview personalities that determine how we present ourselves. The first is the “BRAGGER.” This is the person who not only knows that they are the best but, never fails to take every opportunity to beat us over the head with that fact. They use the “I” word almost exclusively (never bringing others into the conversation other than to explain how he/she corrected the mistakes) and who can always top any achievement by others. These are the type that always know better and are not afraid to let you know. They believe that they do not see a need to do any homework about the company as their skills are so great (they believe that the company should want to know about them). The “SHY ONE” is the major interviewee group and these are the people who are shy, quiet and almost introverted to the point of that they need a “BRAGGER” to come and speak for them. They are the total opposite of the “BRAGGER” in that they do not speak up; almost never want to expand beyond “yes or no” answers and they are almost never recalled later by the interviewer other than quite or odd or a combination of both. The final is the “I AM GETTING THIS JOB” group that truly wants the job(s) that they are applying for, they have done their homework on what skills/abilities that the specific employer

needs/wants and they have made themselves an expert on who the company is and what they do. This group prides themselves on their ability to showcase themselves as a “turnkey” solution to what the employer truly needs. They use the word “WE” a lot to talk about achievements as they understand that most companies are very much into team/group dynamics. They will use phrases like: “My group achieved an increase of over 20% in productivity in 2013 and within the group; my role in my group’s success was to do _____________...” Most consistently, it is this third group that goes to work as they are remembered as being friendly, knowledgeable, and the most skilled and a seemed like a very good team player. The hopefulness of this situation is that no one is locked into any of these groups and we all have the ability to reinvent ourselves to become successful. ============================================================= 40 undisputed reasons why you didn’t get the job FROM THE DESK OF Yuda Nee Tobeakidin, Ph.D. Workforce Specialist Dr. Tobeakidin is a well-known employer surveyor in the new, entry level job market… 1. There were far better qualified candidates than you - which means to Dr. Tobeakidin that you are applying at the wrong level in your career field and by dropping down a level or two might help you secure employment. 2. You were forgettable; nothing was memorable about you 3. Your eyes and pockets were bigger than your skills. Your demands were unreasonable and they don’t match your interview performance 4. You oversold your skills on your CV/Résumé and you cannot showcase how you utilized any of the skills in the past 5. You lacked enthusiasm from the onset of the interview to the end. Enthusiasm is contagious. If you show some excitement over the possibility of working with your interviewer, your interviewer is likely to feel the same way about you

6. You failed to establish your worth or verbally demonstrate the value you add to any organization 7. Your online reputation is bad. That picture of you kicking it with your ‘homies’, the gang sign gesture you made and gun touting weren’t cool. Frankly, that picture lost you a job 8. You wanted to know what’s in the job for you and not what you can bring on board 9. You were one-word-answer Alison or Andy. ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ were great answers as far as you were concerned 10. You stretched the truth just a tad in your CV/Résumé as you could not back some of your accomplishments up 11. You fancied the interviewer more than you fancied getting the job 12. You were too big for your boots as you huffed and puffed on the day 13. You were simply not as qualified as you claimed 14. You sucked big time at interview techniques 15. You thought you were the best thing since sliced bread was invented 16. You were too experienced for them and they were afraid of your knowledge and ambition 17. The interviewers sucked at picking the best candidate for their organization or any organization 18. They already have someone in mind before they interviewed you 19. Your CV/Résumé outshone you by miles 20. You didn’t mince your words about the outdated deco in their office or their substandard product 21. You lacked the drive to research the organization in advance and unable to answer at least one question about them 22. You appeared too desperate for the role. Offering to tattoo their logo on your chest is not the way to show enthusiasm

23. You simply never stopped talking during the interview 24. You were a big fan of the words um, like, totally, yeah, nah, em and riiight. 25. You had no questions even though they asked you five times during the interview; you never seized the opportunity to ask them clever questions once 26. They thought you were ‘Sloppy Joe’ because you looked like someone who just rolled off the bed and dragged through the hedges to attend the interview 27. With your sweaty limp handshake and your slouchy shoulders, the first impression you gave was terrible 28. You wanted to know how much you will be paid before you left the interview 29. You asked for the number of sick days allowed during the interview 30. Asking if they drug tested or credit checked their employees made you lose the gig 31. Focusing more on the perks than the role wasn’t cool 32. Bad mouthing your former manager made them think you’d bad mouth them too to another employer 33. Your handshake, eye contact and general body language were nothing to write home about 34. You failed spectacularly at answering a lot of commonly asked interview questions 35. You were overly ambitious so they thought you would leave in no time to pursue another job 36. You are a flaming job hopper; you change jobs like you change clothes 37. You lack self confidence; you couldn’t even maintain eye contact with the interviewers

38. You are not Social Media savvy; you shared everything on Social Media. Sharing your escapades on the day you called in sick while you were at the pub made you look bad. Social Media is more media than it is social when job searching 39. Weaknesses? You scratched your head, looked up and owned up to none. No one is perfect. We all have areas we’d like to strengthen. Answering the “what are your weaknesses” question the wrong way was a risky move 40. You failed to “Tell them about yourself” when they asked you. The paper-boy job you did twenty years ago wasn’t the information they needed from you. How many of these have you done? The great thing is that all of these are correctable and then, there will be 40 less reasons why you didn’t get that job. Re-inventing yourself is easy and has great benefit to making you employable even in a tough job market. What do you have to lose other than unemployment? ================================================================ We are the Southwest's leading provider of comprehensive home healthcare products and services. We are committed to full- service homecare solutions that give our patients mobility and independence. Job Reference #: 14-465 PHX Warehouse Coordinator High school diploma or GED equivalency preferred. Prefer one year experience in warehouse operations. • Valid driver’s license with a good driving record preferred. • Must be detail-oriented with good organizational skills. http://jobs.preferredhomecare.c om/warehouse- coordinator/job/4718795

CUSTOMER SERVICEPreferred Homecare is a diversified provider of home healthcare services, including home respiratory therapy, home infusion therapy, and home medical equipment. We are known for our team- oriented work environment. We provide opportunities for career growth and advancement to employees at all levels. In addition, we offer excellent benefits and competitive salaries. Skills / Requirements: High school diploma or GED equivalent is required. Must have the ability to work independently and multitask. Written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills. Computer skills required. Professional customer service phone skills required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) speaker preferred.1-3 years of home infusion/home health experience beneficial, but not required CUSTOMER CARE REPRESENTATIVE - representative/job/4714806 ============================================================= CUSTOMER CARE REPRESENTATIVE – representative/job/4666998 ============================================================= CUSTOMER CARE REPRESENTATIVE – representative/job/4721466 ============================================================== CUSTOMER CARE REPRESENTATIVE – representative/job/4658174 ============================================================== YOU HAVE NOTHING BUT UNEMPLOYMENT TO LOSE!

GENERALLABOR NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY - HIRING IMMEDIATELY Positions available for immediate hire in warehousing, distribution and manufacturing Apply in person at 1501 W, Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85015 ================================================================================================== FORKLIFTOPERATOR/WAREHOUSE Pay: $11 to $12/hour. SEEKING FORKLIFT OPERATORS WITH ANY EXPERIENCE with STAND UP, SIT DOWN and PALLET JACKS. ORDER SELECTION EXPERIENCE IS A PLUS! All Shifts Available. Bilingual (English/Spanish) Positions Also Available with openings in Both the East and West Valley. Interested Applicants, Please Include a Work History, Experience and Additional warehouse Skills. warehouse/job/4618453 ================================================================ ORDERSELECTOR/ORDERPICKER (WAREHOUSE/DISTRIBUTION) Pay: $11 to $12/hour. Work in a distribution center, order picking with RF scanner in a fast paced environment. • Work will consist of a lot of heavy lifting. • Must be experience with Reach Truck and Sit Down. • Personal protective footwear (steel toe boots) is required. There is the possibility of working in freezer. • Must be flexible with a varying temperatures environment and a fast paced work environment. • All interested applicants must have a clean background and be able to pass drug test. Available Shift: 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM Applicants must be okay with working overtime and weekends when needed. warehouse-distribution/job/4618443 =============================================================== YOU HAVE NOTHING BUT UNEMPLOYMENT TO LOSE!

Job Brokers, Inc. 1440 East Southern AVE Tempe, Arizona 85282 NOW LOOKING FOR YOU? MAINTENANCE TECH - $18-22/HR. Job Reference #: 1521. Pay: $18-22/HR. Troubleshoot and repair all hydraulic systems and equipment. Troubleshoot and repair all pneumatic systems and equipment. Troubleshoot and repair PLC's. Establish and follow Preventive Maintenance (PM) schedules and procedures for equipment. Use and read blue prints, schematics, flow diagrams and one line drawings to diagnose and repair production equipment. Use mathematical formulas to solve for Area, Volume, Amperes, Ohms, Watts and other common maintenance related problems. Support all lean manufacturing and total productive maintenance (TPM) initiatives. General department housekeeping and support of 5-S 1 program. Regular attendance and punctuality. ============================================================ MIG WELDERS - $13-16/hour Job Code: #1813. Pay: $13-16/hour. Production MIG welding on a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift opportunity. You must be able to read welding blueprints. Must be able to pass criminal background check and drug test. ============================================================= MACHINE OPERATOR - $13.50/HR. Job Code: #3916. We are a large manufacturing company in Phoenix who, due to expansion, is looking for a talented and motivated Machine Operator. The Machine Operator will be given the following duties and responsibilities: • Will learn all Machine Operator positions. • Will be in multiple stations running proprietary industrial scale machines. • Will be utilizing micrometers for quality assurance checks.

Including the duties and responsibilities mentioned above, the Machine Operator will also have the following skills: • Solid experience as a machine operator in the past. • Experience in paper mills, or aluminum roll forming & interacting with touch screen controls is preferred. Shift: Monday - Friday 7am - 4pm Pay: $13.50hr Drug and Background: Must be able to pass a drug test and background check. If you believe that you are a great fit for this position, please apply online. ============================================================ LOOKING FOR WORK? Forklift Operator Phoenix, AZ (58582) High school diploma or GED equivalent; a minimum of two years of related experience in trades specific to job requirements; or equivalent combination of education and experience - Must be able to pass an internal certification program - Able to work a flexible schedule. Req ID 58582 - Req ID 57465 APPLY ONLINE ONLY… Hotel Palomar Address: 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: 602.253.6633 Website:

Carpenter - Glendale, AZ 85306 Entry level. Minimum of one year of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. SKILLS: Installs form footings - Builds and Installs wall and column forms - Builds and installs structural deck forms - Sets slab on grade forms - Preps and sets tilt up/precast forms - Works with building layout ================================ Warehouse Jobs Phoenix AZ - Up to $11.75/hr WE ARE CURRENTLY HIRING RIGHT NOW FOR JOBS AT AMAZON! • Must be at least 18 years old • Must have a High School diploma or equivalent -Must provide proof of right to work in the US • Must be willing and able to work overtime as required. All Amazon job offers are contingent upon successfully passing a background check and drug screening. ================================================================

Laborer - (876) Phoenix, AZ 85323 Minimum of one year of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. SKILLS: Places concrete - Installs Formwork - Performs general laborer work. ========================================================================= YOU HAVE NOTHING BUT UNEMPLOYMENT TO LOSE! Solar General Laborer - Mesa $12-13 per Hour. Aerotek is seeking 12 General laborers with a Solar/Construction background to work on a Carport Solar project in Mesa for 3-4 weeks. 2+ YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CONSTRUCTION. Email resume (work history) to Natalie Trifilio @ Aerotek Energy Services - Phoenix East, AZ 2625 S Plaza DR. Suite 301, Tempe, AZ 85282 Then call to set appointment @ (602) 567-3451 HURRY – WILL NOT LAST LONG! ============================================================== ================================================================ USED JOB SHACK POSTS JOB E-BOOKS HERE DAILY: YOU HAVE NOTHING BUT UNEMPLOYMENT TO LOSE

1916 S. Gilbert Road, Mesa, AZ 480.804.0900 Mover/Driver Non-CDL Driver. As a mover/driver, you will have a partner and together provide a world class customer service experience in the handling of each customer's possessions. This position provides a unique opportunity for those looking to combine general labor with their customer service talents. Stamina to lift heavy items (100 lbs or more) repeatedly while climbing, balancing, kneeling, crouching, walking, etc. Good hand-eye coordination. Valid driver's license and good driving record (ask what they mean by good...Good usually means you can have 1-2 tickets and still be good to go). =============================================================================================== 13th Street at Camelback Road Are you currently attending UTI or MMI and looking to get on the job experience at a company who promotes from within??? We can put your love of automotives to good use, and with hard work and dedication give you an opportunity to move up the ladder! NOW HIRING FULL & PART TIME LOT ATTENDANTS / DETAILERS Be substance free - Have a clean cut appearance - Must have a valid Driver's License - Must submit to a formal background screening - Provide the store with references from previous employers - Provide the store with references from previous employers - Must have a reliable means of getting to/from work. APPLY IN PERSON in the ABC NISSAN SALES DEPARTMENT: 1300 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona, 85014 ===============================================================

Careers for Veterans You will likely work with a fellow veteran at WM because one in twelve of our employees is former military. In fact, we hire a veteran every day of the year. Our non-veteran employees have shown endless support for military heroes. military.jsp Landfill Laborer - Phoenix, AZ Our Landfill Laborers are responsible for interacting with truck drivers and equipment operators to direct trucks into proper unloading areas. Some random load checks will need to be preformed, evaluating all safety procedures. ============================================================== Small Equipment Operator - Surprise, AZ Our Small Equipment Operators are responsible for operating equipment including but not limited to paper balers, front-end loaders, bobcats, can densifiers and forklifts to transport or bind paper or loose materials to facilitate handling as well as load or unload materials into or out of trailers and railcars. Forklift certification and a valid Driver's License are required. ============================================================= Residential Driver Helper - Mesa, AZ Job number: 218886. Gathers and carries containers from individual yards or locations along route and dumps refuse from containers onto truck. Starts hoisting device that raises refuse bin attached to rear of truck. Required: Six months previous experience. Preferred: High school diploma or G.E.D. helper-6

Maintenance Worker, University Housing Job Requisition: 5885. Assists in processing and responding to maintenance requests for assigned building in a timely manner, escalates requests as necessary to the appropriate maintenance specialization such as electrical, plumbing, HVAC, etc. Ensures assigned areas are kept neat, clean and orderly including lounges, elevators, stairwells, lavatories, laundry areas, common areas and waste disposal areas. Repairs or replaces plumbing fixtures, light fixtures and switches, ballasts, doors and related hardware, windows and screens, window coverings, trim, floor coverings including tile, hardwood, laminate or carpeting, furnishings and other fixtures as necessary. • High school diploma or equivalent. Some trade school/training is preferred. • Minimum of 1 year experience in general maintenance, building maintenance, renovation or construction. • University housing general maintenance work experience is preferred. Must demonstrate a strong knowledge in the correct usage of tools, power tools, and equipment as related to general maintenance work. Knowledge of carpentry, electrical, HVAC, painting/plastering, plumbing and general maintenance. Ability to perform minor electrical and plumbing work. Ability to pass background investigations. ============================================================== NOW HIRING

NAPA Phoenix- Warehouse Worker (Loader & Bulk Section Puller) Job Job Id: 183594. Motivated team player and independent worker. Minimum 18 Years of Age. Pre-Employment Drug Screen and Background Check. Required work hours Monday - Friday 9 AM - 6 PM. %28Loader-&-Bulk-Section-Puller%29-Job-AZ-85017/68904900/ =============================================================== 53-7062.00 - Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand 43-5081.03 - Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard ================================================================ NAPA Phoenix Warehouse Worker (Loader) Full Time Job Job Id: 183593. Required work hours Monday - Friday 11AM - 8PM. %28Loader%29-Full-Time-Job-AZ-85017/68905000/ ================================================================ General Laborer, Warehouse-Tempe, AZ Graveyard (shift 6:30pm-5am) laborer-warehouse-tempe-az-graveyard-shift-630pm-5am-tempe- arizona-job-1-4568561

WANT TO WORK – Call 480-983-3600 General Labor/Landscaping/Grounds keeping Work $9/HR. ============================================================= PT Warehouse Specialist - (2564) High School education and at least one (1) year of sales experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential functions of the job, as determined by the company. Additional relevant experience can be substituted for the required education on the basis of one calendar year of experience for one academic year of education. /Posting/view/2564/0 ============================================== Porter/Groundskeeper - Tempe Req #14-0302. • Able to work weekends or overtime as job requires. • Less than high school education; or up to six months related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. • Broad-based experience in all phases of ground maintenance. • Must be familiar with basic maintenance and minor repairs of small engines.* 71A865C210908D73 ============================================================ USED JOB SHACK POSTS JOB E-BOOKS HERE DAILY: YOU HAVE NOTHING BUT UNEMPLOYMENT TO LOSE

WAIT!!! Hey Camper, hold on here and let us tell you about a sweet deal if you like College Football. Pro-EM does ASU Football and other sports events at ASU- TEMPE. Come join the excitement and the party at Sun Devil Stadium. They will be needing a small army of staff to run ticket taking, ushering and if you qualify, they will train you to be a security guard. Pro-EM is an events management company (so don’t be asking them about a full-time gig) but, if you are free on Saturday Nights this Fall, you would be square not to be in a Pro-EM Polo Shirt. EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION If you are interested in applying for a position at PRO EM, please fill out this application online and a member of our Human Resources staff will contact you. TIPSTER: If you are a card carrying UMOM Camper, fill out the application and then go down (SAME DAY) to their office @ 16th Street and Grant (1450 E. Grant St.) and start you conversation: “I live here in the neighborhood at UMOM (on the light rail) and I love ASU Football, I hear tell you are the guys are going to hiring for the Football Games this fall…” DO NOT GO INTO THE MAIN OFFICE on the north side. Use the double door on the long warehouse building (middle part of the building). Not from UMOM? Sorry Charlie!!! ===================================================== USED JOB SHACK POSTS JOB E-BOOKS HERE DAILY:

Housekeeper - TEMPE Req #14-0304 - Inland American Communities Partners Inc. Clean vacant apartments as needed. Clean all amenity areas including but not limited to: lobbies, lounges, offices, restrooms, business center, fitness center, recreation room, corridors, breezeways, and stairways daily. High degree of neatness and respect for property combined with a willingness and desire to learn.* CD1E0EC0A095246A ============================================================== 4300 N. Miller Rd. Suite 130, Scottsdale, AZ. 85251 Electricans, Plumbers, and Laborers SunRenu Solar, LLC is looking for qualified individuals for placement or contract work immediately in the field for project installations. Experience in the solar industry is a plus but electrical and/or plumbing, and general installation experience will be considered. These positions require reliable transportation, basic tools based on particular roles, positive attitude, and a hard work ethic. FAX RESUME (WORK HISTORY) fax: (480) 452-1486 ====================================================== BUILDING FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL $14 to $16/hour. Repair facilities and equipment as needed, including but not limited to, plumbing (including soldering of copper pipe), light carpentry, painting, and tree trimming. Minimum age of 18 years. One to Three years minimum of hands-on experience with carpentry, plumbing, and general facility maintenance. Possess a valid Arizona driver license and satisfactory driving record,

which meets CASS insurance requirements. Ability to obtain a State of Arizona fingerprint clearance card if assigned to family shelter and be able to work with minimal supervision. technician-commercial-and-residential/job/4714123 ======================================================== VETERAN SUPPORT SPECIALIST CASS seeks to hire a full-time Veteran Support Specialist Will empower homeless veterans to end their homelessness and support the mission of CASS through community outreach, collaboration, direct services to clients and leading the Veteran Support Staff. THIRD SHIFT 10 PM -7 AM. DAYS VARY. High school diploma and a minimum of one year directly related experience. Honorably discharged veteran. Proficient with word processing and computer spreadsheet preparation. Valid Arizona driver license with a satisfactory driving record. Ability to obtain a fingerprint card. Ability to obtain Food Handlers card.

SO you didn’t get the job? FROM THE DESK OF Yuda Nee Tobeakidin, Ph.D. Workforce Specialist Dr. Tobeakidin is a well-known employer surveyor in the new, entry level job market… Dr. Tobeakidin conducted a survey of top personnel executives in 100 major American corporations asking them for stories of unusual behavior demonstrated by job applicants to reveal the following low-lights: 1. Stretched out on the floor to fill out the job application. 2. She wore a Walkman and said she could listen to me and the music at the same time. 3. A balding candidate abruptly excused himself. Returned to office a few minutes later, wearing a hairpiece. 4. Asked to see interviewer's resume to see if the personnel executive was qualified to judge the candidate. 5. Announced she hadn't had lunch and proceeded to eat a hamburger and French fries in the interviewer's office - wiping the ketchup on her sleeve. 6. Stated that, if he were hired, he would demonstrate his loyalty by having the corporate logo tattooed on his forearm.'' 7. ''Interrupted to phone his therapist for advice on answering specific interview questions. 8. When I asked him about his hobbies, he stood up and started tap dancing around my office. 9. At the end of the interview, while I stood there dumbstruck, went through his briefcase, took out a brush, brushed his hair, and left.

10. Pulled out a Polaroid camera and snapped a flash picture of me. Said he collected photos of everyone who interviewed him. 11. Said he wasn't interested because the position paid too much. 12. While I was on a long-distance phone call, the applicant took out a copy of Penthouse, and looked through the photos only, stopping longest at the centerfold. 13. During the interview, an alarm clock went off from the candidate's brief case. He took it out, shut it off, apologized and said he had to leave for another interview. 14. A telephone call came in for the job applicant. It was from his wife. His side of the conversation went like this: '''Which company? When do I start? What's the salary?' I said, 'I assume you're not interested in conducting the interview any further.' He promptly responded, 'I am as long as you'll pay me more.' I didn't hire him, but later found out there was no other job offer. It was a scam to get a higher offer. 15. His attaché [case] opened when he picked it up and the contents spilled, revealing ladies' undergarments and assorted makeup and perfume. 16. Candidate said he really didn't want to get a job, but the unemployment office needed proof that he was looking for one. 17. Asked who the lovely babe was, pointing to the picture on my desk. When I said it was my wife, he asked if she was home now and wanted my phone number. I called security. 18. Pointing to a black case he carried into my office, he said that if he was not hired, the bomb would go off. Disbelieving, I began to state why he would never be hired and that I was going to call the police. He then reached down to the case, flipped a switch and ran. No one was injured, but I did need to get a new desk. ============================================================== USED JOB SHACK POSTS JOB E-BOOKS HERE DAILY: YOU HAVE NOTHING BUT UNEMPLOYMENT TO LOSE

Warehouse 1st, 2nd and 3rd Shift Tempe, AZ Salary: Up to $12.00/hr. As a Warehouse Associate you must have at least 6 months work experience, preferably in a warehouse environment. Forklift and/or pallet jack experience is preferred. ================================ General Labor - Tempe, AZ Salary: Up to $10/hr. Currently seeking entry level production and manufacturing associates for 1st shift, 2nd shift and 3rd shift positions. previous manufacturing or production experience. Ability to lift up to 40lbs. Ability to stand for 8-10 hour shift. Basic computer skills. Ability to QC products as they come down the production line. =============================================================== Packaging - EAST VALLEY (Mesa) 1st, 2nd and 3rd shift. Salary: $8.00/hr. qualified candidates should have at least 6 months of recent experience working in the printing, production or manufacturing arena. This is a temperature controlled facility - Air Conditioned!! Candidates will need to: Stand for 8 hours - Perform repetitive hand packaging and stacking - Perform visual quality control. ENTRY LEVEL General Labor - Phoenix, AZ You must be able to work a first shift Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm plus overtime or a Second shift 2pm - 12:30am plus overtime as needed. SVS Group is looking to hire a lot of General Labor/Entry Level professionals for one of our best Commercial Dish Washing & Assembly clients here in Phoenix, AZ. Our client handles all of the food carts on the Planes here at Sky Harbor Airport. They have large Industrial Dish Washers to clean all of the trays and they assemble the carts with trays, food, snacks, and drinks. We need people to load and unload the carts, stack trays, load and unload dishwasher, etc. If you are looking for work, you have a clean criminal background, and you can pass a drug test then please send your work history to: States/General-Labor/JHR76D774QQG8FSVGH6/ ============================================================== Arizona Biltmore Resort 2400 E Missouri Ave, Phoenix, AZ. DISHWASHER As a Dishwasher, you would be responsible for transporting and cleaning cooking utensils and serviceware. job-phoenix-arizona-4555386?cntry=united-states ============================================================== The Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) has been replaced by ONET

Summary Report for: 35-2014.00 - Cooks, Restaurant Summary Report for: 35-3031.00 - Waiters and Waitresses Summary Report for: 35-9031.00 - Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant & Coffee Summary Report for: 35-9011.00 - Dining Room and Cafeteria and Bar ====================================================================== TIPSTER: The employer’s online job description (beyond the bare basics) is terrible. If you had more time, you could smooze the HR People to give you the full, multi-page description. But, your available time is short and unless you want to drag Old Lady Luck Along to roll the dice for your future; then go to the US Department of labor’s Dictionary of Occupational Titles and type in the job title you need info on. You will be amazed by the length and breathe of the job description and assemblage of key words and phrases for your job title. This will give you a complete breakdown of the required skills/abilities and it has all the key words/phrases to get past the gate keeper. Cook 3 - Oasis Phoenix, AZ, USA Culinary Waldorf-Astoria Cook 1 - Wright's Phoenix, AZ, USA Culinary Waldorf-Astoria Cook 1 - Garde Manger/Banquet Phoenix, AZ, USA Culinary Waldorf-Astoria Cook 2 - Wrights Phoenix, AZ, USA Culinary Waldorf-Astoria Cook 2 - Banquets Phoenix, AZ, USA Culinary Waldorf-Astoria

Room Service- Captain Phoenix, AZ, USA Food & Beverage Waldorf-Astoria Cook 3 - Wright's (entry level) Phoenix, AZ, USA Culinary Waldorf-Astoria =============================================================== DOWNTOWN EMPLOYMENT HAS JUST GOT EASIER On the light rail and centered in the heart of downtown CityScape is a magnet for jobs and opportunities. Many locations require you to bring your “A” Game into play and you will need to go “OLD SCHOOL” on them by going down and introducing yourself between 2-4PM. GOOD HUNTING!

2 E Jefferson 85004 - Located in City Scape (enter on 2nd level) Frankly, our chefs, wine masters, and mixologists are among the country's greats. They bring star power and real creative chops to their work. Also cool haircuts, tattoos and lives. They all have this amazing passion for what they do turning the freshest, most sustainable ingredients imaginable into bountiful breakfasts and lingering lunches. And then there's dinner. Oh, do our stars love to come out at night. For a complete look at all of our Chefs visit us at ============================================================== FT Valet - Palomar Phoenix The Valet Attendant is responsible for providing a positive first and last impression to guests when they arrive and leave the hotel. The Valet attendant will park all cars, quickly, safely and with the utmost of care and caution. Use the five hospitality standards - eye contact, smile, speak first, engage in polite conversation, and use the guest's surname.

Additionally, this position will: SUMMARY: The Valet is responsible for providing a positive first and last impression to guests as they arrive and leave the hotel. When servicing guests, the Valet is responsible for being professional, friendly, and helpful, using the "Five Hospitality Standards" of eye contact, a smile, speak first, engage in polite conversation, and use the guest's surname. The position also involves assisting guests with their luggage and packages upon arrival and departure and for arranging transportation when necessary. High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have a valid state driver's license and good driving record. All drivers for Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants must be able to successfully pass a background check of their driving record, prior to finalizing their placement in position. Subsequent to their original hire, all drivers will be subject to regular driver audits to be conducted by our Risk Management team. The general guideline to qualify for final placement and/or retention as a driver is no more than 3 minor violations in a 3 year period. MAJOR OFFENSES, SUCH AS: DUI, Reckless Driving, Hit and Run automatically disqualifies new hires and incumbents from driving. Major moving violations, such as Speeding or Accidents, combined with minor moving violations can also disqualify someone from driving. For example: Accidents – 2 in a 3 year period or combined with a minor violation, or 2 minor violations and 1 accident, all within a 3 year period would be considered grounds to disqualify someone from driving. All driving records are subject to review by our Risk Management team to determine whether or not placement and/or retention, as a driver, should be either approved or denied.

PT Valet - Palomar Phoenix ============================================================= Address: 11 W. Washington, #140, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.513.5751 Website: Hours: Mon-Sun: 11am-10pm Restaurant Team Member Crew APPLY ONLINE THEN GO “OLD SCHOOL” AND GET OVER THERE AFTER YOU HAVE DONE YOUR HOMEWORK. UMOM CAMPERS ARE lucky to the 20+ page study guide to prepare them for the interview. DOWNLOAD STUDY GUIDE HERE: 2014 APPLY ONLINE HERE: restaurant-team-member-crew-jobs ============================================================== Chloe's Corner The eatery from Sam Fox and Ashly Young offers hot and cold sandwiches, salads, pizza, breakfast items, meals to go, and a variety of grocery items. Address: 50 W. Jefferson, #100, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.252.7600 Hours: Mon-Fri: 7am-8pm, Sat: 8am-8pm, Sun: 8am-4pm

TIPSTER: THIS IS AN OLD SCHOOL MISSION…NO ONLINE JOB POSTS OR APPLICATIONS HERE…But, since you are gonna be there stop in and introduce yourself…educate yourself on their website…there is not a lot but, it is more than you had…and it is your talking points when you do go in and ask about “UPCOMING OPENINGS!” ============================================================= Copper Blues Address: 50 W. Jefferson, #200 Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 480.719.5005 Website: Hours: Mon-Wed: 11am–11pm, Thur-Fri: 11-2am, Sat: 4pm-2am, Sun: 4pm-11pm Copper Blues is located in downtown Phoenix adjacent to US Airways Arena and next door to Stand Up Live on the second level of Cityscape. SMALL COMPANY NO ADS...check for a help wanted sign or go in and just be chatty...AND then, ask if they are hiring! Definitely REALLY Old School here... TIPSTER SUGGESTION: Never leave a place without their business card and the name of three other people who might be hiring. Here is how you do that..."Sorry you guys aren't hiring...this seems like a really nice place to work...Could I still fill out an application...? Do you know anyone else (here in the area) that might be interested a person with my background and skills? ============================================= Five Guys Address: 50 W. Jefferson, #180, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.687.7575 Website: Hours: Sun-Sat: 11am-10pm

Five Guys is always looking for great candidates who are friendly, out-going, and have integrity and a solid work ethic. If you are interested in applying for a position at one of our restaurants, we suggest that you contact that store directly either via phone or in person. DO STUDY THE MENU…KNOW WHAT MAKES THEM SO DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER HAMBURGER SHOPS… ====================================================================== Fuego CityScape Address: 1 E. Washington, #175, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: 602.374.2541 Website: Hours: Mon-Sat: 9am-10pm (SUNDAYS OFF!) MENU: l SMALL COMPANY NO ADS...check for a help wanted sign or go in and just be chatty...AND then, ask if they are hiring! Definitely REALLY Old School here... TRY THIS: “Just moved into the neighborhood and thought that I would come in and introduce myself as I was on your website and I was interested in your menu…{ask a couple of questions about things from the menu…listen intensely…back and forth jibber-jabber…etc…ask them about how long they have been working there and how they like it} YOU HAVE SET THE TRAP: {now pause for effect and look around the dining room and then back to them and say} “Do you guys ever get any opening? I would really like to work in a place like this…you know I live here and the neighborhood and I am kind of looking for work…” SEE IF IT WORKS…IF NOT… Never leave a place without their business card and the name of three other people who might be hiring...Here is how you do that..."Sorry you guys aren't hiring...this seems like a really nice place to work...Could I still fill out an application...? Do you know anyone else (here in the area) that might be interested a person with my background and skills? =====================================

Jimmy John's Address: 11 W. Jefferson, #175, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.688.8170 Website: Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-7pm, Sat 11am- 4pm (NO SUNDAYS) Each Jimmy John's is independently owned and operated under a franchise agreement with Jimmy John's Franchise, LLC, franchisor of the JIMMY JOHN'S system. Any questions regarding employment must be directed to the franchise owner/operator. Jimmy John’s Franchise, LLC does not have access to franchisees’ employment records or specific rules for employment as defined by the franchisees. THESE MEANS THAT EACH STORE HIRES ON THEIR OWN! So...campers...Go Old School on them...look at our suggestions for the questest way to employment for tips here...They occassional run ads but...why wait? By the time you see an's way too late and all you will achieve will be based upon Old Lady Luck instead of your skills, talent or even your dedication. Go Old School and beat the crowd! WOULDN'T YOU RATHER BE IN A LINE OF ONE INSTEAD OF A LINE OF 500? It's all on ya! Dudes! Make the effort and reap the job...layback and maybe you will get a free soda to drink as you walk down the street to look for another job.

Urban Outfitters Address: 11 W. Washington St. #100 Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.258.0148 Website: Hours: Mon-Sat: 11am 9pm, Sun: 12pm-6pm We hire our customer. We provide an environment that promotes teamwork, community and a sense of ownership. We give our teams the freedom to make decisions and act in a way that they know is right for their customer. We encourage mutual respect among our employees and foster an environment of collaboration. We expect our Merchandising Team Leaders to own their development and to become our next Assistant or Store Merchandising Managers. We are committed to our employee's development and offer career opportunities in our stores and Home Office. We embrace you - your style, your music, your fashion, your art, your whatever! USED JOB SHACK INSIDER Sales Associate (Seasonal) I applied online and the process took 6 days Interview Details –I applied on the website and received the standard “impressive application" email requesting an interview. I chose the closer of the two dates described on the email and showed up at 12:40 for my 1:00 interview. I was told to wait outside the store at the couches. i soon noticed two other sharply dressed individuals that i was correct in assuming that they were also there for the interview, we waited together for about ten past years and then the interview began, it was simple quick, and nearly effortless, my advice is to read what is said on this website it honestly helps with the interview process. After the first interview a second manager came out and asked some questions about scheduling.

I then signed a release for a background check and then went on my way. As I got home I checked my email and there was the ethics survey link in my email. It was straightforward and there was no objective choice, read it but don’t take forever. I completed the survey/interview on Thursday and then received a phone call from the manager offering me a position. ============================================================= Sales Associate Interview - Applied online and the process took 3 weeks Interview Details –I applied online to a new store opening in my area. A couple of weeks later, I received an interview stating that they were holding essentially walk-in interviews at a local hotel, in a window of a few hours. I went there dressed in Urban Outfitters apparel (greyish shorts and a coral button-down with some knock-off Tom's) and interviewed one-on-one (it probably would have been a group interview, but no other candidates were there at the time) with one of the ladies who was there. Some of the questions were: • Tell of a time you had good customer service. • Who or what is your inspiration? • Tell a few things about yourself or how would you describe yourself? A week or two later, I got a call saying that I was hired. As it was a new store opening, they really needed workers to help out; therefore I don't quite know if I was actually successful at the interview or if they just hired me for the muscle. Interview Question – • What would you do if you noticed a customer acting suspicious, as if they were about to steal? ---------------------------------------------------------------- Sales Associate Interview - Applied online and the process took 1+ week. Interview Details –I applied via their website online. About two+ weeks later, I got an email requesting an interview in their store. It was a group interview with 7 other people; they said they were looking for 3 or 4 people to hire, 5 tops. We were taken into the stock room and interviewed by one of the managers and another lead staff member. The questions were pretty basic even for someone like me who has never worked or interviewed for a retail store.

QUESTION EXAMPLES: • Why Urban? • What is your dream job? • What is loss prevention/how to deal with it? • When have you gone against what a supervisor has told you to do? • What trends do you see? • If we gave you $100 what would you buy? • Describe the last group work experience you had, etc. Really casual and laid back, too. You didn't have to answer any of the questions if you didn't have a great answer for it; I think I answered all but one. After the interview, they told us they'd let us know about another interview in about two days, but when I got home I received an email for a second interview and also the online questionnaire. The questionnaire is really not as difficult as some reviewers are making it out to be. Just remember you are applying to work at a famous retail corporation and showing up to work high every day would not be acceptable. Lots of questions about fairness in the workspace and drug use. Other than that it's really common sense. My second interview was a 1-on-1 with the manager. Also very casual, asked similar questions but more personal about who I am as a person and what I am looking for in a workplace and fellow employees. I could tell that they were already really interested in hiring me, showing how important it is to just be yourself in the first interview and definitely show your interest in fashion and specifically that you have the UO "look." After this interview I waited about 4 or 5 days and got a call in the evening offering me the job. I accepted over another job offer. Interview Question – • What is something that most people don't know about you and that we can't figure out from your application or an online search? Negotiation Details –No negotiations as I had no retail experience. Offered a little over minimum wage in my state.

Sales Associate Interview - Scottsdale, AZ - I applied in-person and the process took 1 week. Interview Details – My interview experience with Urban was relatively simple. After filling out an application while visiting the store one day, I received a call the next day to come in for an interview. The interview was in group format with a total of 10 possible hires and 2 interviewers. The interview was very casual and consisted of the interviewers getting a real feel of who you are and if you'll fit in with the look and attitude of the company. They definitely prefer people that are interesting and have something going on with their lives. After the interview, I was called the evening of that same day and offered a position. I was one of only three people to be hired in that group. Interview Question – • Where do you see yourself 5 years from now? ---------------------------------------------------------------- Sales Associate - I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks Interview Details – For such a basic retail job, I cannot imagine a more competitive experience. It all begins with a group interview. Dress to impress and moreover, dress the way you describe in your application. When I walked in, the manager noted that she recognized me based on my application description/ fashion inspiration. (Also, if you put something lame on your app like "I draw fashion inspiration from me" you're going to get an eye-roll and no one will take you seriously) The group interview begins and you are asked questions as a group; meaning you either have to speak up first or be prepared to give an answer that stands apart from the rest. Beware of repeating answers, even if you feel the same way. THEY ARE INTERESTED IN TWO THINGS: Number one, someone who really values customer service, but not in a generic way. Secondly, Urban wants individuals who are passionate and above all authentic. (A.K.A. Cool and knowledgeable.) Once you pass the dreaded group interview, they weed out the dummies through an oddly worded personality test. It's unlike those standard I agree/disagree tests, they are long-winded questions meant to test both your ethics and your reading ability.

READ THEM CAREFULLY. I can't tell you how many smart people fail because they try to rush through it. If you make it past the personality test there will be a personal phone interview with the store manager, followed by an in-person interview where they will evaluate you further. Consider the fact that they don't want another suck-up, they want someone who can be cool and friendly at the same time. Interview Question – • What is something you did in a past job that went against company standards? ============================================================== The Breakfast Club Address: 2 E. Jefferson, # 213 Phoenix, 85004 Phone: 602.354.7284 Website: Hours: Mon-Sun: 7am-3pm STUDY MENU: YET ANOTHER OLD SCHOOL VENUE: No jobs or applications posted on their website...Stop in...Get all gabby (this one is an AM venue because the close at 3PM - Hit them between 9-10:30AM ONLY) =============================================================

Potbelly Sandwich Shop Address: 1 E. Washington, #170, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: 602-283-1491 FAX: 602-283-1489 Website: Hours: M-F 10am to 7pm - Sat 11am to 4pm - (Sun Closed) ASSOCIATE A Potbelly Associate’s job is to make our customers really happy. Since they are the primary point of customer contact, it is up to them to provide our customers an excellent experience by providing fast, friendly and efficient service and by delivering a quality and consistent product every time, in a clean and inviting environment. Must be at least 16 years of age. MUSICIAN- CONTRACT Our musicians' positive energy and great song selection make our customers really happy. We love popular tunes of the 70s, 80s, 90s and today performed with an upbeat vibe and a great voice to match. Ability and willingness to play popular songs from the 70's, 80's, 90's and today. Great singing and instrument playing ability. We require that you know at least 20 songs. =========================================== TIPSTER #23: Hey Campers! Check out the other stores…A lot of hiring going on @ $8-12/HR…Check them out…But, if you can’t answer: “Who are they, what do they do and why do they do it so well…” Stay Home!

PHX - Line Service Technician - 2nd Shift ENTRY LEVEL Must have High School Diploma or GED. Ability to pass a drug screening test. Able to pass a background check. Clean driving record. Fueling General Aviation aircraft. Drive refueling trucks, and towing equipment. Perform airfield management activities, which may include escorting passengers and or crew- members airfield via different traveling modes i.e. walking or driving of company vehicle. jobs/search-application/ ============================================================== DVT - Line Service Technician jobs/search-application/ ======================================================== PHX - Line Service Technician - 3rd Shift jobs/search-application/ ======================================================== * CONTACT THEM TO SEE WHAT “PASS” MEANS – DO NOT ASSUME YA KNOW! YOU MIGHT BE SURPRISE HOW EACH EMPLOYER MIGHT DEFINE… Here it will be “No Fraud/Theft/Violent Crime History”. Others are considered upon the nature of the crime, how it related to the job applied for and the age of the offence. Always Call an employer and ask them what they mean by "pass" - you might be surprised as to the differences you will see...take the chip off the shoulder...How many jobs did you not apply for because you assumed that you knew what "pass" means or if it even applied to your circumstances...You lose nothing by calling... "WAY TO CALL" SCRIPT...TIPSTER #45: Don't start with "ya hire felons?" Start with "I am _______(JOB TITLES) with ____years of experience, I can do____(*insert your talking points on your skills and abilities... Then say "Oh, by the way...what does "pass a background check mean?" Get it...Get them wanting to hire you and then drop the "F" Word on them... KEEP AN EYE POSTED AND CHECK EVERY WEEK SO YOU DON’T MISS AN OPENING…ESPECIALLY UMOM LADIES – AS PHX SKY HARBOR HAS FOR THE PAST 2 YEARS BEEN VERY ACTIVE RECRUITING WOMEN IN TRYING TO MAKE UP FOR A SHORTAGE OF WOMEN TSA AGENTS. ==================================================== IF YOU DON’T SEE ANY POSTING… Call the TSA Help Desk (877) 872-7990 SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING THE COMPETENCY-BASED INTERVIEW By Fred J. Hecklinger, Ph.D., TSA Career Coach This article is a follow-up to last month’s guidelines on preparing for a competency-based interview. Because these interviews can be intimidating, it is important to plan how you will present yourself during the interview itself. Your accomplishments, your enthusiasm, and your potential for contributing to TSA at an increased level of responsibility can shine when you successfully navigate the interview. Navigating a structured, competency-based employment interview: 1. You should not assume that the evaluators are familiar with your education and work history. Therefore, you should use the interview as an opportunity to communicate your experience and any other information that relates to the position. Since you have prepared extensively for this, go into the interview with a strategy. It should be your goal to show the panel members or the interviewer that you are the right person for the job. 2. Respond to questions thoroughly using specific examples that demonstrate your qualifications.

Use the Situation - Task – Action – Result technique: a. Situation or Task: Describe the situation that you were in or the task that you needed to accomplish. You must describe a specific event or situation, not a generalized description of what you have done in the past. Be sure to give enough detail for the interviewer to understand. This situation can be from a previous job, from a volunteer experience, or any relevant event. b. Action you took: Describe the action you took and be sure to keep the focus on you. Even if you are discussing a group project or effort, describe what you did, not the efforts of the team. Don’t tell what you might do. Tell what you did. c. Results you achieved: What happened? How did the event end? What did you accomplish? What did you learn? 3. Make a positive impression. Look directly at the interviewer or panel members and smile. If possible, shake hands with the panel members or the interviewer. Keep an open posture (i.e., don’t cross your arms). Be attentive when the interviewer or each panel member speaks. Even though the panel members or interviewer may be taking notes, try to direct your responses first to the person who asked you the question and make eye contact whenever possible. 4. Show your enthusiasm for the position. In addition to answering the questions effectively, it should be your goal to demonstrate to the interviewer or panel members that you would be an effective team member, that you can be counted on to help out in dealing with special needs, and that you will be willing to take on additional responsibilities as needed to achieve the TSA’s goals. Try to avoid passively responding to questions or giving very brief answers (i.e., don’t just say “Yes, I can do that.” Give examples). 5. Show pride in your past performance. Be positive in sharing your skills and accomplishments. Remember your list of top priority accomplishments and experiences that are most relevant to the position and include them in your responses. 6. Listen carefully to each question and make sure you know what is being asked. If you are not certain, ask for clarification. Some questions may have several parts. You may want to make notes to remind yourself of the different parts of the question before you begin to answer the question. Note: The interview process for some positions may not permit the interviewees to take notes. Try to find out ahead of time whether you can take a pad of paper and a pen into the interview. After you have answered, you may wish to clarify with the interviewer or panel members that you have answered

the question, especially if the question has several parts. A possible question would be: “Would you like me to expand on or clarify my answers to any of the sections of the question?” 7. Use positive language. Avoid can’t, don’t, and won’t. Do not bring up anything negative about your current or past jobs and employers. 8. Show a sincere interest in the needs of TSA and a willingness to meet those needs. If you have the opportunity to ask questions, demonstrate your interest by asking questions about TSA’s future needs, challenges, and goals. Even if the interviewer or panel members choose not to answer your question(s), you will still have expressed your interest in what you can do for the organization. Avoid asking self- serving questions about topics such as opportunities for promotion or when the hiring process might be completed. Do not bring up questions regarding pay, vacations, and benefits. You can find out that information later. 9. Be prepared to make a final statement if the interviewer(s) ask if you have anything that you would like to say or if they ask if you wish to make a statement. This is a golden opportunity for you to share your enthusiasm for the position, your readiness to make a contribution at the next level, your readiness for supervising and mentoring others, your commitment to the organization’s goals, your pride in your past performance, and your readiness to be a member of the team. Don’t miss this opportunity. Be prepared! Walk out of the interview with as much confidence as you entered the room. Close with a sincere thank you, a firm handshake and continue to smile as you exit. Last impressions are as important as first ones. Your preparation before the interview, combined with your STAR answers and enthusiasm, will make you feel like you successfully navigated the competency-based interview. BOOK RESOURCES: Competency-Based Interviews: Master the Tough New Interview Style and Give Them the Answers That Will Win You the Job by Robin Kessler, Career Press, 2006 Career Coaching - TSA Career Coaching's Short Video Series is online!

These two-minute videos discuss key career-related topics, and are narrated by our own TSA Career Coaches. TSA Career Planning Guide MBTI (MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR) The MBTI® is perhaps the most widely used personality inventory in the world. It is often used in career planning and organizational team building. The MBTI® focuses on strengths rather than deficits. It can: provide you with a better understanding of your personality type; Help you understand and communicate more effectively with your coworkers; identify careers that attract people with a similar personality type. SKILLSCAN ONLINE This is an interactive tool that will help you identify your natural strengths and key transferable skills for use in your career development. Use the results to: Evaluate the compatibility of your skills to your current career •Identify new options that capitalize on your talents •Prepare development steps to move your career in a more relevant direction •Gain a rich “skill” language for promoting your strengths in resumes and interviews. ============================================================= WORKING FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE Navy Civilian Careers at NSBE: Thi

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