“Let’s Get Back To Work”
CAREER EXPO Come Get A Better Job!
Your New Life Starts Tuesday Federal subsidies and extended unemployment expire on July 3 in Tennessee.
Career Expo at Greeneville’s Eastview Recreation Center. These Participating Employers Are Hiring. This Tuesday, June Be Ready To Discuss Your New Career.
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A Services Group AccuForce Arbico East (Arby’s Restaurants) Ballad Health Comcare Compass One D&S Community Services Delfasco Donaldson Company Inc Durham-Hensley Health & Rehabilitation Everidge Express Employment Professionals Frontier Health Greeneville City Schools JOST International Life Care Center of Greeneville
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Luttrell Staffing Group McIntosh & Lee Meco Meritor Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope Plastic Innovation Quick Stop Markets/Greeneville Oil Radio Greeneville Spherion StaffPro SRK Sumiriko Sunrise Community of TN Sykes Enterprises Tusculum University WalMart Distribution Center NE TN American Job Center
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Ballad Health is seeking compassionate people who are excited about making a diference and caring for those in need. Some of the many reasons to consider a career with Ballad Health: • Exceptional work environment • Loan forgiveness • Scholarships • Tuition reimbursement • Friendly faces
Join our team today.
To view our current job openings, visit balladhealth.org/careers or call 423.302.3299 for more information.
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Do you feel like you are going round and round in search of a career? Earn an unlimited amount of income while helping people with their insurance needs. Talk to Scott or Amy Lee at McIntosh & Lee Insurance Agency TODAY! Stop by our booth at the Fair or call 423-525-5481.
McIntosh & Lee Insurance Agency 3509 East Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 P: (423) 525-5481 F: (423) 588-5486 email@example.com
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Join Us! Let’s Unite As A TEAM! Believing in yourself means you are half way there! Contact: Amy Lee for a personalized meeing (423) 607-9979 or (423) 525-5481
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Dress For Success I
t sounds obvious, but hiring managers will tell you about many applicants who walk in for their interviews not looking the part.
There goes all that hard work you put into your resume and cover letter to land an interview. Although there are exceptions to the rule, most companies expect men and women alike to wear professional attire during the interview process. Crisp suits, sharp accessories and a well-groomed appearance will make that first impression count.
Women A pair of black dress slacks are
a versatile tool in any woman’s interview wardrobe. It is easy to dress them up or down depending on what type of job you are pursuing. Matching them with a button down shirt and a blazer can help land that formal office job, while pairing them with a sweater can give you more of a business casual approach perfect for sales jobs. And don’t forget the shoes. Moderate heel heights and muted colors are fashion-forward options that can help accentuate that perfect interview
Men Men’s fashion is pretty straightforward, as good style can be attained with a slick suit and tie. But some companies have loosed their dress codes over the years. And for startup companies or non-professional jobs, you can get away with ditching the tie and opting for a more business casual look. Of course, a white button down and colorful tie covered with a well-fitting blazer or sports coat is probably your best, safest option when choosing your wardrobe strategy. SEE SUCCESS, PAGE 6
Look the part if you want to get hired.
Your source for Greeneville and Greene County news since 1946. At Donaldson, you can build a future with a 100-plus-year-old global company, offering competitive pay and a generous, comprehensive benefits package. Apply today (www.donaldson.com) and join our Donaldson Greeneville team where we manufacture air ﬁlters that help solve the world’s most complex ﬁltration challenges.
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• Salario inicial $15.91 por hora - $1.00 Prima del turno de noche Contratacion directa con buen historial de trabajo. • Turnos de 12 horas (2 dias encendidos, 2 dias libres, 3 dias encendidos, trabajando cada dos fines de semana. Es igual a 1/2 ano de descuento. • Oportunidades de crecimiento y avance. • Un programa de seguridad verdaderamente inspirado /enfocado. • Refiera un programa amigo. • Paquete completo de beneficios: salud, dental, vision, 401K Programa de pago diario.
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920 Pottertown Rd, Midway, TN 37809 • Phone: 423-422-9900 Open Interviews Every Wednesday at 10am I Entrevistas abiertas todos los miercoles a las 10am
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Grooming It should go without saying, but you would be surprised at what hiring managers have seen during their years of experience interviewing candidates. Combing your hair and splashing on some cologne or perfume are good places to start. Guys, don’t forget to shave or trim your facial hair. Ladies, choose a hair style that won’t require you to be flipping hair out of your eyes during the entire interview. Keep the attention on your skills, not the way you look. ADOBE STOCK PHOTO
D&S Community Services, now part of The Mentor Network, is now hiring DSP’s & LPN’s for the Tri-Cities area. Search by city @ Jobs.thementornetwork.com to apply!
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American Job Centers (AJCs) are designed to provide a full range of free workforce development assistance to job seekers and businesses under one roof. Veteran Priority - Resource Center - Career Coaches & Specialists - Hiring Events -Training & Education - Job Fairs - Supportive Services & Referrals - Labor Market Information Virtual Recruiting
American Job Center at Greeneville 128 Serral Drive, Greeneville, TN 37745 423-588-5600
***APPLY AT LSTAFF.COM*** CALL OR TEXT GREENEVILLE OFFICE: 423.638.7614
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development is committed to principles of equal opportunity, equal access, and affirmative action. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individual with disabilities.
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Edit, Edit, Edit W
e’ve all made them. Big, bold, impossible-to-ignore typos. While a written mistake within a company email or personal correspondence can be embarrassing, leaving one on your career documentation can downright cost you your dream job. Spellcheck tools can only catch so much, so this burden comes down to you, your eyes and your ability to spot glaring errors. Take the extra time to read over your documents one more time before dropping them o at the post o ce or hitting that “send” button. You’ll be glad you did.
Show Them Of The more eyes the better when it comes to editing your resume and cover letter. Listing yourself as a “quick lerner” in your opening summary is a ga e you can easily avoid with the help of some fresh eyes. Don’t be embarrassed if your friends ﬁnd mistakes. After putting so much time into your project, your eyes almost become acclimated to the text, making it hard to spot typos.
Take a Break You just spent hours on your project. Every word is spelled correctly and every comma is painstakingly placed within both your resume and cover letter.
Now step away from the computer. Taking a brief break will help clear your mind and make you focus on other activities for a few minutes. When you get back to your desk you will be refreshed, rejuvenated and ready to continue proofreading your work.
Hire a Pro There are a slew of resume-writing services available online, all waiting to help advance you along your career path. Many of these companies o er phone consultations and comprehensive questionnaires to help assess your career past and objectives. Find one that employs Certiﬁed Professional Resume Writers. The designation is recognized throughout the industry as the benchmark for resume writing. CPRWs undergo a demanding, four-part testing process and possess specialized skills in crafting career documentation across multiple industries. They are also meticulous editors focused on delivering accurate, powerful documents in line with high-quality standards.
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Walmart Distribution Center 6039, Located 1 mile of I81, exit 23, in Greene County, Tennessee, is currently hiring. ing We ofer 3-day and 4-day shifts ranging in pay from $16.40 to $18.10 per hour. Shifts run TUEFRI 4, 10HR DAYS and SATMON 3, 12HR DAYS Walmart ofers great benefits, which include a dollar a day business degrees, various insurance options, paid time of, regular raises, quarterly team bonuses, job security and much more.
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Nail the Interview L
anding an interview is a rewarding feeling for any job seeker. It means you were successful in marketing yourself as a difference-maker.
It’s OK to celebrate – but not for too long. There is still much work to be done if you want to go from candidate to hired employee. Depending on your personal demeanor and comfort level in social situations, interviews can either be pleasant or awkward. There are specific steps you can take to make sure your experience is anything but the latter.
Practice Makes Perfect Try to think like a recruiter. What will he or she ask you during the interview process? Write down as many questions you can think of and practice answering them in front of a mirror. Recording yourself with a voice recorder or even your webcam can help you SEE INTERVIEW, PAGE 10
Interviews can be pleasant or awkward. There are steps to avoid them being awkard.
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Friendly, energeic people with a posiive aitude needed to work team and Management Posiions. Free Employee meals Paid vacation Major medical Life Insurance Flexible scheduling 401k Retirement Plan Advancement opportunities
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It’s time to boost your career! Visit our booth and see what we have to offer.
Pay starts at $10 per hour and goes up based on experience and performance. Reviews are given in 90 days and yearly after that.
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pick up on any language habits or physical mannerisms that might be holding you back. Practice looking at your targets instead of glaring toward the floor. Your goal is to engage your interviewer and enhance your reputation as a great communicator.
Do Your Research One question you can bet on fielding during your interview is “What do you know about our company?” Having a detailed description ready to rattle off will impress your interviewer and help you stand apart from competitors who failed to prepare for such a question. Conduct online research on the company and search for any articles that have been written about them in your local newspapers. Showing that you are interested in their objectives and efforts goes a long way toward impressing and impacting your interviewer.
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Thank-You Notes Sending a genuine post-interview note of thanks shows initiative on your part and may help tip the scales in your direction while managers are making their
Food Service Workers, Cooks, Patient Dining Associates Housekeepers, and Floor Techs
final decision. A thank-you note is a brief, complimentary document that reiterates your interest in the job while also reminding your recruiters of your most pertinent
skills. The heavy lifting is over so keep the language conversational and light. Thank-you notes serve as the perfect finishing touch on a successful job hunt.
MANY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE!
Compass One Healthcare has immediate full and partime openings at Greeneville Community Hospital East and Laughlin Healthcare Center in Greeneville, TN.
Nursing, Environmental, Nutrition Services, etc.
Apply online at Compassgroupcareers.com (type Greeneville, TN in the location search box)
Visit durhamhensleyhealth.com/careeropportunities to apply now!
Immediate Openings for John Deere Spherion.com/apply (423)283-0607
55 Nursing Home Rd Chuckey, TN 37641 (423) 257-6761
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Efective Networking I
n 2010, 41 percent of job seekers said they landed a job through good, old-fashioned networking.
E ective job searchers can be enhanced by hitting the phones, sending emails and meeting faceto-face with inﬂuential business leaders – even if they are not hiring at the time. In fact, many vacant job opportunities are never even advertised. So while the majority of job seekers are monotonously searching internet job boards and newspaper ads, it is important for you to mix networking strategies into your approach.
Use Current Relationships Networking is based on utilizing the people you know to uncover other relationships that could beneﬁt you in the long run. Start with your friends and fam-
ily members, and ask them if they have heard of any job openings. They will be happy to ask around, as well, and pretty soon you could have an army of job hunters on your side. Extend your networking e orts online, as well, with the help of sites like LinkedIn. These networking tools can help you easily identify company’s hiring managers and all of the people connected to them. Make some cold calls or send your resume through email with an introductory message. Proactive beats reactive for any job search.
Be Relentless Especially if you are jobless and
Current Open Positions: • Quality Control • CNC Machinist • Forge Press Operator • Tool Maker • Maintenance
are actively seeking employment, it is important to wake up every day ready to make connections. Having a goal to make 100 new connections per month through phone calls, emails or face-toface interactions can help keep you build an impressive network. Put on your best outfit and head downtown. Local businesses are more likely to fill their professional openings with local talent, while larger corporations usually hire internally or bring in workers from other franchises. Walk into businesses casually but with purpose and ask for the hiring manager. Let him and her know a little bit about yourself and leave your business card. Be sure to select non-peak times of the day, as you want managers to fully focus on you and what you can bring to the table.
Networking is still an effective tool in the job hunt.
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first 3% and 50% for the next 3%
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– Company Paid Life Insurance
– Referral Bonus - $2000
– 13 PAID Holidays
– Retention Bonus $500
– Company Paid STD & LTD
Apply online at www.meritor.com/jobs Or in person at 1 Rockwell Dr., Morristown
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The Perfect Resume R
esumes are a lot like clothes. A specific style or design may be the hot new trend one day and completely outdated the next. With such a rapid ascent into irrelevance it’s no wonder career seekers are having a hard time leveraging their resumes into landing that dream job. So dust o your career documents and spruce them up if you’re hitting the job market any time soon. It’s time to look your best.
Ditch the Objective One of the most recent trends in resume writing is to swap out that stale objective for a glowing personal statement that highlights your key skills and accomplishments. Still recommended to be between three and ﬁve sentences, this opening summary will be your ﬁrst — and possibly last — chance to capture and retain the attention of recruiters and hiring managers. Phrases like “results-oriented” or “dynamic” are a thing of the past, too. Liven things up with key descriptor that sells your most valuable attributes.
Get to the Point In some cases, recruiters are spending less than two minutes looking over your resume. That doesn’t sound fair, especially considering the hours you poured into perfecting your career documents. But it is the cold, hard truth. Depending on the vacant position, employers can ﬁeld upwards of 100 resumes and cover letters per day. That’s a lot of reading! Your best chance to land in the keeper pile is to get to the point, and get there fast. Spend the most time focusing on the top third of your resume. This is where you can market yourself as a must-have commodity by integrating big-win accomplishments and speciﬁc keywords aligned with what the employer is seeking.
Beat the System Speaking of keywords, they are your best friend when it comes to beating the Applicant Tracking Systems that so many employers are using to screen prospective employees. With the explosion of online job boards and social networking career sites like LinkedIn, hiring departments use these systems to stem the tide of the countless resumes hitting their inboxes. The systems act as barriers against irrelevant submissions by matching the wording of incoming applications with that of the job description. Resumes heavy in industry keywords pass the test. Ones with bland, generic language do not.
Resumes are tricky and popular styles change almost daily.
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Social Media Overhaul W
e all love tweeting, liking and sharing. But for job seekers it is important to realize that friends and family members aren’t the only ones with access to our online lives.
Checking a prospective employees’ social media activity is one of the first things that many hiring managers do before even reading his or her resume. Posts and pictures are public informa-
SumiRiko is a world-class manufacturer of anti-vibration automotive components. Immediate openings in production, shipping & receiving, material handling, supervision, stamping, die cast and curing operator positions. Full-time and part-time jobs available. Competitive wages and excellent benefit package. Please apply at : us.sumiriko.com/careers EOE
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tion and can be used to either bolster or bust your chances of getting called for an interview. SEE SOCIAL, PAGE 14
• Full-time schedules • Generous paid time off • Company matched 401K • Medical, dental, vision insurance • Group discounts • Tuition assistance & more! Text the word SYKES to 97211 for more information!
Apply here: jobs.sykes.com
Comcare is looking for caring people to join our team of dedicated Direct Support Professionals!
Pay Rates $11 - $14 Hourly Paid every Friday
If you want a better career, ASG is here! 613 Asheville Hwy (beside Ingles) Greeneville, TN 37743 423-638-1016
Stop by our booth at the job fair, or visit our website to complete an on-line application @ www.Comcareinc.com
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Clean It Up Vulgar language and lewd pictures aren’t exactly what you want your potential employers seeing when they conduct an internet search of your name. This doesn’t mean you have to post only job-related information and career goals onto your Facebook wall or Twitter feed. Prospective employers actually like to read about your home life and opinions. Find the right balance and post consistently to maintain a strong presence.
Let your friends know that you are on the job market. Tell them that you are toning down all social media action and to not list anything offensive on your home pages. Hiring managers can read messages from you and your friends alike, so covering all of your bases can serve you well when trying to boast a clean online presence.
Many social media sites are venturing into the job-posting market. LinkedIn serves as a one-stop shop for recruiters and job seekers alike to find new job Check Policies If you opt to ditch social media altogeth- listings and to connect with other profeser, deleting your personal page from many sionals. If you’re only active on Facebook, why sites can take up to a few months. not add Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn To expedite the process, email the sites’ accounts? customer support team to find out how A well-rounded social media approach long of a period, if any, there is to wait out shows your familiarity with emerging after you decide to scrap your account. Most companies will respect your urgen- technology and your comfort level with computers. cy and work hard to resolve your issues.
The Fresh Start You Have Beenn Looking For… F We Have Been Looking Forr
Now hiring for our production team. Stop by our booth at the Greeneville Sun Job Fair or call 423-639-6191. Call us today, start work tomorrow!
Visit www.SunriseGroup.org to learn more.
Join Us at GCS! Part Time & Full Time positions are available! We ofer our Full Time Employees great beneits including: Paid Employee Health Insurance $20,000 Board Paid Life Insurance TCRS State Pension Plan Afordable Dental and Vision Plans, and much more! Current Openings include: Teachers | Instructional Assistants | Custodians & Maintenance | Substitutes (Classroom, Custodial, Nursing, School Nutrition) Stop by our booth and visit Greeneville City Schools where we Cultivate the Mind & Impact the Heart through Excellence & Equity! GCS is an equal employment opportunity employer
WE ARE HIRING! With over 60 years of manufacturing in Greeneville and now with faciliies in Dandridge, Meco coninues to grow and create jobs in East Tennessee. We are looking for individuals who will take pride in their work while helping us achieve producion and industry excellence. Employment applicaions will be available at the Career Expo or you are welcome to stop by our Human Resources Oice at our Greeneville facility.
1500 Industrial Road • Greeneville, TN www.mecocorp.com
COMPETATIVE WAGES BENEFITS – Health Insurance Life Insurance 401K AVAILABLE BONUSES Sign-on Bonus Retenion Bonus Perfect Attendance Bonus Referral Bonus
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Speak Well of Past Employers T
here are many questions one should prepare for before approaching a job interview. One aspect that can be challenging to navigate is discussing your current or previous employer’s experiences, especially if things ended poorly. How you handle this scenario can make or break your shot at landing a job offer.
Fortunately, by planning for the inquiry, you can put together a reasonable explanation that shows your gratitude for the experience. It’s vital to avoid talking badly about a former coworker, management or the company culture. Instead, you can answer honestly by explaining that you could not mesh with their ideas or that the environment wasn’t ideal for your goals. Make your new job search about yourself and your career intentions instead of talking down about a previous occu-
pation. Hiring managers may mistake your eagerness to badmouth an employer as a personality trait that means you can’t work with others or tend to contest a supervisor’s advice.
Remain Positive It’s essential to handle a discussion about your previous occupation with positivity. Instead of approaching the subject with factors, you didn’t like, explain how adversity helped prepare you for future interactions and positions. For instance, think of
how negative relations with coworkers taught valuable lessons about patience. If you didn’t feel comfortable about a company’s policies or culture, you could express your abilities to accomplish tasks while working under pressure. Those who experienced hardships with previous positions often serve as tremendous mentors for incoming employees and help resolve altercations between peers.
Keep it Simple During an interview, practice self-control and avoid bringing up a previous position until a hiring manager asks for the information. If you are asked to address past experiences, try to keep the topic short and to the point. In addition to discussing the learning tools you acquired, you should boast about your accomplishments throughout your career. Try to summarize that you are grate-
On the job interview speak well of past employers.
ful for the time you spent with a former employer but that you’re focused on new opportunities.
Learn to Praise Yourself Many candidates find it challenging to speak positively about their impact on a company. Get more comfortable with praising your accomplishments by practicing positive
speaking. It’s a good idea to begin the process when you’re alone and graduate to asking a friend to listen as you gain confidence. When you’re approaching a job hunt due to being fired or laid off, it’s common to express self-deprecation or regret your choices. However, showing these emotions to a new potential employer can produce off-putting
characteristics that may be considered weaknesses. You can get over the feelings of losing a job by admitting to your mistakes and using the experience as a valuable learning tool. Try to use hindsight to reinforce better decisions in the future and express the lessons you learned if a hiring manager asks about a termination.
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Over 30 Employers Hundreds Of Jobs Open Don’t Miss This Chance To Find Your Best Career Opportunity Career Expo Job-Seeker Tips 1. See who is going to be at the Expo. Look at the participants websites. Learn a bit about what these employers do. Knowing that impresses them. 2. Don’t be shy! Have an idea about what kind of work you are looking for, and be ready to answer the question, “What kind of work are you looking for?” Don’t say, “Oh Anything.” Say what you want. That impresses them. 3. Dress like you would probably dress if you were working there. This lets the Recruiter see you as a member of their team. That impresses them. 4. Get your Resume in their hands. Remember they are talking to lots of people. Give them something to remember your skills and experience. If you don’t have a lot of experience, or if you have been out of work for a while, don’t worry about it, there are plenty of entry-level jobs available. Bring at least 20 copies of your Resume. Having your resume impresses them. 5. Look the recruiter in the eye when you are chatting, and have a strong goodbye. 2IIHUWRFRPHE\WKHLURI¿FHIRUDGHHSHUGLVFXVVLRQ$VNDERXWWKHLUKLULQJ process and next steps. That impresses them. 6. Remember, these Recruiters need you. That’s why they came out. They are looking to hire the right candidates for open positions. Show them why you are that right candidate. That impresses them.
Career Expo Is This Tuesday June 29, 2021, 9:00 until 3:00, Eastview Rec Center Gym, 456 E Bernard Ave, Greeneville, TN Questions? Call Richard Clark at 423-359-3160
This 16-page section spotlights The Greeneville Sun’s Career Expos of July and August 2021. It features how to apply for jobs and includes i...
Published on Jul 26, 2021
This 16-page section spotlights The Greeneville Sun’s Career Expos of July and August 2021. It features how to apply for jobs and includes i...