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ADVANCE YOUR HEALTHCARE CAREER HIDDEN HEALTHCARE JOBS HR CORNER: 7 WAYS TO ATTRACT THE BEST CANDIDATE

MEDICAL JOBS: the HEART of

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Oak Farms Dairy, Houston, Texas has immediate openings in state of the art fluid milk processing facility. Candidates interested in entry level opportunities with a stable company are encouraged to apply.

ROUTE SALES DRIVER (CLASS B)

• Clean driving record • Verifiable driving history

PRODUCTION OPERATORS • Entry Level Positions • Evening and Overnight Shifts

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN • Ammonia Refrigeration experience required

Interested candidates can view complete job descriptions and requirements as well as create profiles and submit resumes at www.deanfoods.com/careers *All positions require candidates to be able to work flexible hours, including overtime, weekends & holidays. All candidates must be able to pass a background screening, as well as pre employment medical and drug screen.

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contents CAREER CATEGORY

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ADMINISTRATIVE & CLERICAL

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CAREER EDUCATION

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COLLECTIONS

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FOOD & HOSPITALITY

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GENERAL

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HEALTHCARE

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HOTEL

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JOB FAIR

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PROFESSIONAL

K E E W S I H T HEALTHCARE GRADUATE PROGRAMS

30 HEALTHCARE JOBS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT

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SALES

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SECURITY

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SKILLED & TRADES

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TRANSPORTATION

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REGULAR FEATURES

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CAREER CALENDAR

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DAVE RAMSEY

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ASK DIANA

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ROBIN RYAN

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HR CORNER: ATTRACT & SECURE THE BEST CANDIDATE

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RESUME MISTAKES CAN COST YOU THE JOB

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ONLINE JOBSPARX.COM The best way to keep track of new job listings and other offerings. Stay connected to the hot Houston job market through JobSparx online. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Linked-in to stay up to date on the latest careers being offered through JobSparx.

We also post links to pertinent local and national job news and advice.

CELEBRATING ™

TWENTYYEARS 1997-2017

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HOUSTON CAREER EVENTS

CALENDAR JANUARY 14 - JANUARY 24, 2017 JANUARY 14

PUBLIC SPEAKING WORKSHOP PASADENA PUBLIC LIBRARY- CENTRAL 10:30 am - 4:00 pm 1201 Jeff Ginn Memorial Dr. | Pasadena, TX 77506 Need help with public speaking? This workshop will help you prepare effective speeches in a limited time and improve your presentation skills. Please contact Tracey Peterson for questions and to reserve a seat at 713-854-1815.

ONGOING

MONDAYS - COMPUTER TUTOR - HARRIS COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library 22248 Aldine Westfield Rd. | Humble, TX 77338 Get answers to your computer, e-reader, and tablet questions in this hour long office hours session open to anyone for walk-in help. You can ask a quick question or you can sit down and learn something more involved.

JANUARY 17

HOUSTON AT THIRD FLOOR - NETWORK AFTER WORK 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm 2303 Smith St, Houston, TX 77006 $$ Unwind and socialize with hundreds of local professionals and entrepreneurs right after work. You’ll make great connections in a fun and relaxed atmosphere while expanding your network of contacts to help fuel your own career or business goals. Network locally with America’s premier face-to-face networking organization which holds nearly 80 events across the country each month. Grab your business cards then get out and network with Network After Work. Register Online: http://bit.ly/2gSEkY8

JANUARY 17

JANUARY 18

HUMBLE HEALTHCARE NETWORKING BREAKFAST 9:30 am - 10:30 am Humble Healthcare Center | 93 Isaacks Road | Humble, TX 77338 Bring your marketing materials and if you bring a door prize you can have a few minutes to talk about your busine

JANUARY 21

SPOTLIGHT SERIES WORKSHOP: MAKING EMPLOYMENT A REALITY FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Including Kids | 5364 FM 1960 Rd E | Humble, TX 77346 Does employment for your child with ASD seem more like a distant dream than a realistic, achievable goal? Is the thought of preparing them for a career overwhelming? Being successful in employment requires many different types of skills which venture beyond basic vocational skills. During this workshop, we will discuss the crucial skills your child or young adult needs to obtain gainful employment and to maintain a job successfully. Contact: Nichole O’Donnell 281-852-0501

JANUARY 21

METRO IS HIRING! BUS OPERATORS/BUS MECHANICS JOB FAIR 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Kashmere Facility | 5700 Eastex Freeway | Houston, TX 77026 Please complete an online application prior to the Job Fair SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 16 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

JANUARY 23

YOUR PERSONAL POWER HOUR AT SPRING CREEK VILLAGE 11:30am – 1:00pm 20305 Holzwarth Road | Spring, TX 77388

AFFINITY SEMINAR - LEADERSHIP: THE POWER OF MANAGING CHANGE THE WOODLANDS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 9:00 am - 11:30 am 9320 Lakeside Blvd., Suite 200 | The Woodlands, TX 77381

Join Robert Landau and Spring Creek Village for a monthly lecture and discussion luncheon series you definitely won’t want to miss. RSVP: required to Spring Creek Village at 281.257.2299 (seating is limited)

Are you a change leader or challenged manager? Is your organization ready to face the unknown hurdles of 2017? Come join us for this impactful seminar that will revitalize the way you approach change as a leader. No matter if you are an experienced corporate manager, a free-spirited entrepreneur, an enthusiastic team leader, or head of household, this session will prepare you to maneuver the obstacles ahead to hit your target goals. Contact: Cyndi Alvarado, VP Membership cyndi.alvarado@woodlandschamber.org Fees/Admission: $25/Chamber Member $50/Prospective Member

JOB SEARCH SKILLS SEMINAR: INTERVIEWING 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Friendswood Library 416 South Friendswood Dr. | Friendswood, TX 77546

JANUARY 18

BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST HOUSTON WEST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 7:00 am - 8:30 am Chef’s Corner (Previously Westside Cafe) Towers at Westchase TWO | 10350 Richmond Avenue | Houston, TX 77042 Kick your morning off at this monthly power networking event! Open to members and prospective members, Business Over Breakfast includes open networking and guided networking segments to maximize your potential contacts.

JANUARY 24

The interview is where jobs are won or lost! Learn steps to help you make a great first impression, appropriately respond to questions, and effectively follow-up to improve your chances of getting an offer. For more information and to register for these FREE classes, please call the library, (281) 482-7135.

ONGOING

MONDAYS - COMPUTER TUTOR - HARRIS COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library 22248 Aldine Westfield Rd. | Humble, TX 77338 Get answers to your computer, e-reader, and tablet questions in this hour long office hours session open to anyone for walk-in help. You can ask a quick question or you can sit down and learn something more involved.

Complimentary event. Contact Angela Robles: angela@hwcoc.org Register online: http://bit.ly/2iok8uh

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PROFESSIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE

QUALITY ENGINEER:

ARE YOU READY

TO JOIN THE WINNING TEAM?

Goodman Manufacturing, a member of the Daikin group, is actively seeking professionals to become members of our team.

ACCOUNTANT I - Waller, TX

Duties include month end close transactions and related reserves analysis, financial statement preparation for regulated service contract entities, and assessment of controls and related re-communications.

REGIONAL HR MANAGER - Houston, TX

Requires travel up to 40% of the time to multiple states and multiple sites. Supports a specific area or areas of the business. Serves as a consultant to management on people related issues while assessing and anticipating customer needs. Administers programs to maintain effective employee relations through the equitable application of policies and procedures.

• Exp. with First article inspection per AS9100 or ISO 9001:2015 certifications. • Familiar with CMM (PC-DMIS) • Prepare quality reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data; making recommendations. • Excellent communication & software skills, specifically Excel • Bachelors in related field or 5-10 yrs exp. as a quality Engineer • ASQ certified Quality Engineer certificate preferred

TECHNICAL WRITER:

• Organize and write technical and business material • Consult with Engineers and Project managers to ensure understanding of publications • Assist in preparing material for technical seminars, business forums, and customer bids. • Familiar with Military technical manuals • SGML programming preferable • Bachelor’s in English or related degree.

SEND RESUME TO: selkins@atec.com Fax: 281-240-2682 | www.atec.com Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans

PROFESSIONAL, SALES

PROGRAMMER ANALYST 3 - Houston, TX

Develop and maintain Web applications as defined by Project Lead Support and Train internal/external users on existing applications Analyze, design, implement and support Goodman’s internet/intranet Web applications. 3-7 years of web application development experiences in JAVA. BS in CS, MIS or equivalent.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

FOR BILINGUAL POSITIONS (Spanish/English)

For a full listing of open positions & requirements, visit:

careersatgoodman.com

CALL CENTER CUSTOMER SERVICE BRANCH MANAGER EEO

WFI International, a premier fitting & valve manufacturer in Houston, is looking for:

INVENTORY CLERK / SCHEDULER Performs all inventory control duties, including shipping, receiving inventory, cycle counting & making all needed entries into the computer system.

WE OFFER HIGHLY COMPETITIVE WAGE BENEFITS PACKAGE • MEDICAL • DENTAL • 401K

EMAIL: BBUSHEE@WFI-INTL.COM CALL: 713.695.3633 | FAX: 281.765.3383

SEE FULL DESCRIPTION WITH REQUIREMENTS ON PAGE 29

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ENTRY LEVEL ACCOUNTING SALES ASSOCIATE I & II (FT&PT) •Competitive Salary •Growth Opportunities •Paid Benefits

ASK FOR ANNA: 281 440 7733 ANNA@JOBSPARX.COM Se Habla Espanol

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HIRING TOP PERFORMERS Hilton Garden Inn • Hyatt Place – The Woodlands

Director of Sales | Sales Manager

Must have experience Must be able to work flexible hours, weekends and holidays as needed.

To apply, email resumes to

careers@nhhospitality.com

or visit www.newhorizonshospitality.com

SERVICING HOUSTON AND SURROUNDING AREAS

FIELD MARKETING AGENTS BRAND AMBASSADORS PAID TRAINING $12HR & BONUSES

! G N I R I E ARE H

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Brand Ambassador/Retail

• Hourly + Commission (up to $25) • Maintains table/booth with information regarding Company products and services.

We provide the training and skills to make great money! Do you think you have what it takes, and want to love your job? Then we want to talk to you!

EMAIL: TOROZCO@RBAHOUSTON.COM CALL TONY: 832-381-6616 VISIT US AT: HTTP://BIT.LY/RBAHOUSTON

SALES

Outside Sales

• No Cap on Commission! • Potential first-year average income over $45,000 • Not responsible to generate leads. • No Cold Calling Involved • Paid Training! • Company Vehicle and Gas Card • Company Phone

Inside Sales

INBOUND & OUTBOUND

SALES REPS

• Hourly + Commission

Dispatcher License # TACLB043711E J. Dooley, MPL40219 B. McMasters, TECL19006 M. Perryman

281-830-3137

kmedina@ars.com • ARS.com Use JOB CODE: HOUSTON JS

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BASE PAY + COMMISSION

Make outbound sales of utility and telecommunication packages to customers. Ideal candidate will have at least 6 months’ Call Center, Customer Service or Sales experience.

PAID WEEKLY PAID TRAINING RAPID ADVANCEMENT ON THE BUS LINE MEDICAL, DENTAL & VISION AVAILABLE 401K • PAID TIME OFF & HOLIDAY PAY

FULL-TIME • LONG TERM POSITION SEVERAL SHIFTS AVAILABLE! • BILINGUAL A PLUS!

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Just be reasonable and use common sense. If you spend $3,000 to stay open, and you’re making $700, you’d dissolve it, right? But as long as you don’t have fees that are making you cringe, I’d probably leave it in place.

Dave Says BY DAV E R A M S E Y

— Dave

H E L P I N G DA D Dear Dave,

Dave Ramsey is America’s trusted voice on money & business. He has authored five New York Times best-selling books, including The Total Money Makeover. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 8.5 million listeners each week on more than 550 radio stations. Follow Dave on Twitter at @DaveRamsey and on the web at daveramsey.com.

D I S S O LV E T H E L LC ?

My dad has been really bad with money his entire life. Anytime he would get into trouble, my grandparents would always bail him out. This time he came to my wife and I, asking for $350 to get out of overdraft at the bank. We’re trying to live on a budget and get control of our finances, and $350 would make things kind of tight at the moment. What do you think we should do?

- Jeremy

Dear Dave, My wife and I are debt-free, plus she has a business giving music lessons. We formed an LLC last year when she had several students and was making over $3,000 a month, but that all changed when our first baby arrived. Now, she has only a few students, and they bring in around $700 per month. Should we dissolve the LLC?

- Ben

Dear Ben, First, congratulations on being debt-free and new parents. Happy New Year to you all! In most states, the only upfront cost for an LLC is the money you pay for the initial set up. There may be a small fee for a business license and subsequent annual renewal, but that generally doesn’t add up to much. Then, there’s the money you pay for filing your tax return on the LLC once a year. Even if you live in a state where there are other fees to consider, as long as the cost of maintaining the LLC wasn’t killing you, I’d recommend keeping it in place. You went to the trouble of opening it, and you just might use it again someday. Even if your wife is staying home with the baby, she just might be able to take on more students again as time goes by.

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Dear Jeremy, I understand feeling an obligation to help your dad. But there’s a lesson here that dad needs to learn, and it’s something that goes much deeper than the money or helping out a family member. You have to do the right thing, no matter how dad reacts to this. Right now, the right thing is taking care of your family and not putting them in jeopardy. So my answer to dad would be no. Another thing that needs to happen is for the definition of “help” to change. When you say he’s been irresponsible with money his whole life, giving him $350 won’t help — and it will make you an enabler. Just handing him $350 will actually hurt him, and it will give him the idea he can continue being dumb with money and hit you up for cash anytime. Like I said, I understand the pull of helping out a parent. So if you feel this is something you absolutely must do, I would advise making the $350 contingent on the fact that he begin and complete a financial counseling course. Be gentle when you talk to him, and let him know it hurts to see him struggling. But let him know, too, it’s his responsibility to work through his debts and take care of his own finances!

— Dave

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HEALTHCARE

We are part of Life Care Centers of America. The Vosswood is a 224 bed facility focused on Short-term Rehab services. We are on the campus of/ next to Second Baptist Church in Memorial. I am looking for someone who will take a personal interest in my local business. If you are willing to work hard, follow instructions & can live on an average of $3000 per month until your skills improve, I will train you!

WE OFFER

60k- 80k

$

$

I WILL TRAIN YOU!! Cash Bonuses • Incredible Incentives • 2 Retirement Programs

If you are teachable and driven, we will match this career against anything you see in this magazine.

Call Cynthia Henning to schedule an interview at:

(832) 510-7463

CURRENT OPENINGS DIETARY � COOK - 1 FT Position; 1 PRN Position � DIETARY AIDE - 1 FT Position; 2 PRN Positions

NURSING

CNAs - Every Other Weekend Off

• FT - 1 (6am -2pm) and 1 (2pm - 10pm) • PRN Positions Available

LICENSED NURSES • FT - 2pm - 10 pm • PRN Staff • FT - Double Week 6am - 10 pm (Baylor Plan 32/40)

APPLY IN PERSON:

815 S. VOSS RD. | HOUSTON, TX 77057 CALL FOR MORE INFO: 713-827-0883 HEALTHCARE

Woodwind Lakes HE ALT H & R E H AB C EN T ER

OPENINGS Certified Medication Aide RN/LVN Nurse CNA Apply in Person

7215 Windfern Houston, TX 77042

Call 713.466.8933

Apply Online

www.savacareers.com

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Exciting New Careers Available at

Northwest Health & Rehab Center!

CMAs • RNs CNAs • LVNs RN Staff

Development Manager PLEASE COME IN AND APPLY AT:

17600 Cali Drive Houston, TX 77090

Fax Resume: 281.440.7536 W W W. S A V A C A R E E R S . C O M • C A L L 2 8 1 . 4 4 0 . 9 0 0 0 JANUARY 13, 2017

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HEALTHCARE, PROFESSIONAL

Tired of Houston traffic? Is your hometown in the Valley?

OPHTHALMOLOGY PRACTICE MANAGER $

80,000 - $95,000 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE • SIGN-ON BONUS Here’s a great opportunity to work for a large practice with a change of pace. This is a full time, exempt position that includes medical/dental/vision benefits, an established retirement plan, generous PTO, and paid holidays.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• BA/BS strongly preferred • 1 year of management in a medical office required. Knowledge of ophthalmology preferred. • Knowledge of medical billing and electronic health records software • Dedication to high quality patient care • Bilingual - English/Spanish

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

• HR functions - Benefit management • Strategic planning • Overseeing operations

Email your resume to Diana@JobSparx.com. Qualified applicants will be called.

CALL DIANA AT 281-440-7733 EXT. 105

HEALTHCARE

DDMS of Houston

Bay Villa

NOW HIRING

FULL TIME OPENINGS

DIRECT CARE STAFF

Healthcare

LVNs

NOW OFFERING CNA CLASSES!

HEROES

Full Time & Part Time

to work with adults in ICF/IDD Group Home Facilities

(South/Southeast Area) JOB REQUIREMENTS:

• High School Diploma or GED • Valid Driver’s License • SSC BENEFITS OFFERED FOR ALL FULL TIME POSITIONS!

979-245-6327 1800 13th St. | Bay City, TX 77414

APPLY ONLINE www.savacareers.com 10

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No experience required!

We will train you! Please apply in person: 4115 Galveston Rd. | Houston, TX 77017 OR EMAIL RESUME: HR@ddmshou.com VOL. 22 ISSUE 1073


HEALTHCARE EOE

Cypresswood HEALTH & REHAB 10851 Crescent Moon Dr. • Houston, TX 77064 FM1960 & Jones Rd.

CAREER FAIR

EOE

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

RNs • LVNs Certified Nursing Aides Certified Medication Aides RN/LVN Unit Manager RN/LVN Wound Care Nurse F U L L-T I M E P O S I T I O N S • A L L S H I F TS

CALL: 281.955.4100

A P P LY O N L I N E : W W W . S A V A C A R E E R S . C O M

HEALTHCARE

EXCITING NEW CAREERS AVAILABLE AT JACINTO CITY HEALTH AND REHAB!

$

5000

ONUS SIGN ON B

for

NURSES

EOE

CNAs • LVNs • RNs Certified Medication Aides RN Weekend Supervisor PLEASE COME IN AND APPLY AT:

1405 Holland Ave. Houston, TX 77029 www.savacareers.com • call 713.455.1744 VOL. 22 ISSUE 1073

THE HALLMARK (COMMUNITY CENTER) 4718 Hallmark Dr, Houston, TX 77056

Saturday, February 18TH | 8AM - 12NOON EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR ALL POSITIONS Must pass a drug test & background check.

Housekeeper Supervisor • Housekeepers Porter/Housekeeper • Floor Tech • Cooks Waitstaff No Exp. Required • Maitre’D/Dining Manager Porters/Food Service No Exp. Required Marketing Asst. Part Time • Maintenance Tech RN/LVN All Shifts • CNAs All Shifts Including Weekends LVN-Admission/Floor Nurse Director of Nursing Long Term Care/ Medicare Exp. Required RN / Clinical Dept. • Maintenance Supervisor

WE OFFER:

Competitive Pay • Discount Meal Plan Shift Differential for 2nd & 3rd Shift Nurses

Angela.Bryant@houstonretirement.org Fax: 713.660.5061 JANUARY 13, 2017

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HEALTHCARE

MEDICAL DOCTOR

CAREERS

ALL FIELDS(FT/PT)

built on

RESPECT

NURSE PRACTITIONER ALL FIELDS(FT/PT)

Full Time Openings

LVNs

CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT (FT/PT)

Certified Nurse Aide

APPLY IN PERSON: 109 North McKinney • Sweeny, TX 77480 APPLY ONLINE: www.savacareers.com 979-548-3383

APPLY IN PERSON 2616 S. LOOP WEST #235 HOUSTON, TX 77054

CALL: 832.940.1371 FAX: 877.288.1193 EMAIL: STAFFING@REZULTZMANAGEMENT.COM Must pass a Criminal Background Check & Drug Test EOE/MFDV/DFWP

HEALTHCARE

The

Westbury Place 5201 S. Willow Dr. Houston, TX 77035

F REE CNA CLASSES

PLEASE APPLY NOW

S. BRAESWOOD LOCATION BEGINNING MARCH 1, 2017

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR ALL POSITIONS

HOUSEKEEPERS PORTER/HOUSEKEEPER

LVNs - CMAs CNAs - RNs RN Weekend Supervisor

MARKETING ASST. Part Time RN/LVN All Shifts CNAs All Shifts Including Weekends

FLOOR TECH

LVN-ADMISSION/FLOOR NURSE

COOKS WAITSTAFF No Exp. Required

Long Term Care/ Medicare Exp. Required

MAITRE’D/DINING MANAGER PORTERS/FOOD SERVICE

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

No Exp. Required

DIRECTOR OF NURSING RN / CLINICAL DEPT. MAINTENANCE TECH

Must pass a drug test & background check.

2 LOCATIONS

HIRING ALL SHIFTS

EOE

4718 Hallmark Dr. Houston, TX 77056 4141 S. Braeswood Blvd. Houston, TX 77025

APPLY ONLINE @ www.savacareers.com Call 713-721-0297

APPLY IN PERSON, VIA EMAIL, OR FAX!

Must have at least 2 yrs. experience in long term care

EOE

JANUARY 13, 2017

HIRING EVENTS: 10AM - 2PM

HOUSEKEEPER SUPERVISOR

RN/LVN Unit Manager

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EVERY TUESDAY

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HEALTHCARE

Skilled Nursing Facility with Memory Care Unit in Northwest Houston seeking passionate team members.

RNS • LVNS

WE OFFER:

2:00 - 10:00 SHIFT •FT/PT

APPLY IN PERSON:

• COMPETITIVE PAY • WEEKEND INCENTIVES

CNAS

ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT MEMORY CARE UNIT

ACTIVITY DIRECTOR

615 LAWRENCE ST. TOMBALL, TX 77375

CALL FOR MORE INFO:

281.357.4516 HEALTHCARE

EOE

MEMORIAL CITY HEALTH & REHAB Assisted Living

Certified Medication Supervisor Must be Certified

Now Offering CNA Classes

Exciting New Careers Available at Memorial City Health & Rehab

CNAs - LVNs - RNs APPLY IN PERSON OR ONLINE: 1341 Blalock Drive | Houston, TX 77055 CALL 713-468-7821 www.savacareers.com VOL. 22 ISSUE 1073

6:30 am - 3:00 pm 2:30 pm - 11:00 pm • Must be able to work both shifts. • Two weekends on and one off. • Full Time

Applications Accepted Daily 8am - 8pm

6200 N. Braeswood Blvd. Houston, TX 77074 www.sevenacres.org | aguillory@sevenacres.org

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SKILLED & TRADES

EOE

GREAT

PAY

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

OUTSIDE SALES

Licensed Plumbers Sub Arc Welders HVAC Technicians Bodyman

for fiber glass repairs

DIESEL MECHANIC AUTO BODY REPAIR TECH AUTO TECH PAINTER BODY SHOP PORTER ABLE TO ASSIST REPAIR TECH

LOCAL DELIVERY DRIVERS WITH CLASS A CDL

EXCELLENT BENEFITS Health  Dental  Vacation  401K Weekends Off  Home Every Night

281.880.2723 CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION

Send resumes to:

LoneStarTemp@jobsparx.com

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FAX RESUME:

Bring in this ad to apply in person:

281.583.0804

1066 Federal Rd. Houston, TX 77015

TOMMY@HOUSTONDISTRIBUTING.COM

713-453-5700

7100 Highlife Dr. | Houston, TX 77066

JANUARY 13, 2017

OR EMAIL:

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JOB FAIR

A new year. A new you. A new career!

5TH ANNUAL

JOB FAIR

TUESDAY

EVENT UNDERWRITER

JAN. 31

2017

2ND GRADE STATIONARY

BOILER ENGINEER

For 2nd shift work • 3:30pm-12am

2nd grade stationary license is required! Minimum 2 years experience preferred. Bilingual and Forklift experience a PLUS! Industrial Maintenance experience a PLUS Reliable Transportation a MUST! Send your resume to:

Excellent Competitive Pay & Benefits! Full Time Hourly Position!

Martha@houstonfoam.com

Or fax to: 713-225-1795 Or apply on person:

2019 Brooks St. Houston, TX 77026

Protect Controls, Inc.

FROM 1-6 PM

LONE STAR CONVENTION CENTER 9055 AIRPORT RD. | CONROE 77303

Houston Foam Plastics is a market innovator, in business for over 45 years, manufacturing solutions for use in the OEM, packaging and construction markets.

For more information call

936.756.6644

SKILLED & TRADES

BOOTH PRICE

Chamber member: $200 /$225 with electrcity Non-Chamber member: $250/$275 with electrcity

Featuring jobs in clerical, industrial, sales, healthcare, engineering, accounting, as well as other educational opportunities and community resources.

Free Workshops Available!

Need help getting ready for your interviews? >January 9 and 24 | 9 am-12:30 pm >January 11 and 26 | 1-4:30 pm >The Chamber, 505 West Davis St, Conroe 77301 To register for a booth visit the Chamber website at www.conroe.org.

Multiple drawings for more than $2,500 in Lone Star College scholarships. Presented By:

Field & Shop mechanicS SERVICE TECHNICIAN / MECHANIC, HEAVY EQUIPMENT SERVICING GREATER HOUSTON & VICINITY Responsibilities: • Troubleshoot, diagnose & repair all company owned Cranes, Bulldozers, Backhoes, Skid Steers, etc. • Process paperwork after completion of each job. • Provides timely repairs, upkeep & preventive maintenance. REQUIREMENTS: • Experience in repairing diesel heavy equipment. • Must have own tools. • Skills to understand troubleshoot & make repairs on all diesel equipment.

HEALTH BENEFITS. 401K OPTION & PAID TIME OFF. WORK WEEK IS MONDAY - FRIDAY

Send Resumes to:

josh.harrison@nsequipment.com or Call Josh at 713-453-7993

Conroe Lake Conroe Chamber Get connected Stay connected

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NOW HIRING METRO IS

Hiring Full Time & Part Time

BUS OPERATOR $15/hr. Bilingual a Plus. Paid Training

Hiring Full Time

BUS MECHANIC $24.12/hr. • A/C & Heat Mechanic “A” - $24.12/hr • Auto Body Collision Repair $24.12/hr • Light Rail Train Operator Trainee $15.00/hr • Licensed Maintenance Mechanic (Electrician) $24.12/hr • Police Officer - $43,000/yr • Bus Mechanic - $24.12/hr.

JOB FAIRS SATURDAYS

January 21, 2017 10 am - 1 pm For Bus Operators & Bus Mechanics Only. Kashmere Facility

5700 Eastex Frwy | Houston 77026 Please complete an online application prior to the Job Fair

Benefits of Working for METRO – Retirement Plan and Savings Plan – Competitive Pay – Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance – Life Insurance – Education Assistance (Non-Union) – Paid Vacation, Sick Days and Holidays – Employee Assistance Program – Wellness Program – Advancement Opportunities – Free Transportation for Employees and Spouses – Bilingual Incentive Pay for Bus Operators

APPLY NOW at RideMETRO.org JANUARY 13, 2017 16 713-739-4953 Call for additional information.

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DIESEL TRUCK

LEARN

MECHANIC

FROM THE

1st & 2nd Shift • M-F

BEST!

• 2 years RECENT experience • Own Tools • Valid CDL preferred but not required AWESOME BENEFITS!

HANDS ON

• Uniforms / Safety Shoe Program • Safety Awards • $500 Employee Referral Bonuses • Health / Dental • Company Paid Life/Disability • 401K w/Company Match

HVAC TRAINING

713.630.8293

Take your HVAC Career to the next level with hands-on training that will prepare you for a successful career at John Moore! Learn the skills you need to perform residential HVAC Service by training at John Moore Tech, a nationally accredited trade school.

APPLY IN PERSON

6150 LUMBERDALE RD. | HOUSTON | 77092 www.salemleasing.com

Your tuition will be used to provide you a complete set of new tools that are required to work as a John Moore HVAC Service Technician.

SKILLED & TRADES

REQUIREMENTS:

• Some HVAC experience or training • Any type of sales background (restaurant, retail, or any work history where you had sales duties) • Ability to pass a background check, driving record check, and pre-employment drug screen

CAREER FAIR

Sat. Feb. 18TH | 8AM - 12NOON

4718 Hallmark Dr, Houston, TX 77056

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR

2 EXPERIENCED

LEAD INSTALLERS 2+ years of residential install required.

EOE

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR MAINTENANCE TECH FLOOR TECH EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR ALL POSITIONS Must pass a drug test & background check.

For more information, email dharrison@johnmooreservices.com Apply online at

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IMMEDIATE OPENINGS | 1,2,3 SHIFTS:

www.synergystaffingworldwide.com

• Maintenance Techs: $14 - $24hr DOE (Baytown/La Porte) • Bilingual Forklift Drivers: $10 - $11.50hr

Hiring in Houston & all surrounding areas.

• Production Assembly Workers: $10-$10.50hr • Certified Forklift Drivers: $10 - $14hr DOE

WELDER MIG/TIG • MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION•DISTRIBUTION SHIPPING & RECEIVING • WAREHOUSING CDL W/ HAZMAT ENDORSEMENT

• Production Line Operators: $10 - $14hr DOE (Baytown/La Porte) • General Labor/Warehouse: $9 - $12hr • Industrial Seamstresses: $9 - $10hr DOE • CSR-Logistics: $10 - $14hr DOE • Hog Ring Supervisor: $15hr • Bilingual General Labor: $9 - $12hr Positions in Baytown, E. Houston, Pasadena, Webster, La Porte, S. Houston, Inner Loop & Humble

713.637.8600

EAST HOUSTON BRANCH 12740 EAST FREEWAY, SUITE B5 • HOUSTON, TX 77015

CALL: 713.984.8669

Apply in Person Mon-Thur 8AM-3PM

Dress appropriately for an interview

APPLY: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8AM - 4PM

Must be at least 18 yrs with valid IDs Applicants must submit to criminal background check & drug testing. EOE

8831 LONG POINT RD. SUITE 103 | HOUSTON, TX 77055

SKILLED & TRADES

WE’RE GROWING AND NEED TO FIND THE BEST HVAC PROFESSIONALS.

QUALITY ENGINEER: • Exp. with First article inspection per AS9100 or ISO 9001:2015 certifications. • Familiar with CMM (PC-DMIS) • Prepare quality reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data; making recommendations. • Excellent communication & software skills, specifically Excel • Bachelors in related field or 5-10 yrs exp. as a quality Engineer • ASQ certified Quality Engineer certificate preferred

WE OFFER

• Competitive wages and benefits • Advancement opportunities • A new facility with advanced labs, equipment and technology • The full support of a leading global parent company seeking to increase market share in North America through innovative technology ARE YOU READY TO JOIN THE WINNING TEAM? Goodman Manufacturing, a member of the Daikin group, is actively seeking HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) professionals to become members of our team. Please visit us for a Resume Drop hosted by Lonestar College.

TECHNICAL WRITER:

We have a range of openings at our new Houston, Texas campus Daikin Texas Technology Park: ■ FORKLIFT OPERATOR (7923)

• Organize and write technical and business material • Consult with Engineers and Project managers to ensure understanding of publications • Assist in preparing material for technical seminars, business forums, and customer bids. • Familiar with Military technical manuals • SGML programming preferable • Bachelor’s in English or related degree.

■ MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (7744) ■ CYCLE COUNTER (7693) ■ PRODUCTION ENGINEER TECH (2016-7245) ■ ASSEMBLY LEAD (2016-7500) ■ TOOL & DIE (2016-7248)

To apply or for a full listing of open positions, visit: http://careersatgoodman.com To learn more about our new DTTP campus, visit http://youtu.be/Cqpf30tyzq8

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SEND RESUME TO: selkins@atec.com Fax: 281-240-2682 | www.atec.com EEO

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans

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Join our team. We’re expanding. Únete a nuestro equipo. Estamos en expansión.

$13.00

cessors s Material Pro Materiale Procesadores de echanics Industrial M rial Mecánica indust cians Industrial Electririal

STARTING PAY

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APPLY ONLINE OR IN PERSON M-F 8AM-5PM APLICAR EN LINEA O PERSONALMENTE

WWW.POL-TEX.COM • 4 days on/ 4 days off • Great benefits, vacation, 401k • Advancement opportunities

13830 Hatcherville Rd. Mont Belvieu, TX 77580

N. Main

A Division of Poly-America

Great benefits

POL-TEX

A Division of Poly-America

NON-TOBACCO USERS ONLY SOLO PARA NO FUMADORES EOE/M/F/D/V

1942

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Growth opportunities

Beneficios excelentes Opportunidades de crecimiento

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DIESEL

TECHNICIAN/MECHANIC • Water Blasters • Hydrostatic Testers • Vacuum Trucks • Fracturing Equipment DUTIES TO INCLUDE maintenance & repairs on heavy equipment. RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and diesel systems on variety of rental and customer’s equipment.

• Must have 2 years experience • Must have own tools • Must have Driver’s License • Able to pass a background and drug screening.

WE OFFER A FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE

20 - $35

$

STARTING PAY depending on experience

Email Resumes:

stephanie@boatmanind.com

Applications are accepted Monday - Friday | 9am - 11am & 1pm - 4pm

Boatman Industries, Inc. • 7355 Airport Blvd. • Houston, TX 77061

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HVAC TECHNICIANS PLUMBERS ELECTRICIANS INSULATION INSTALLER/GEN. LABOR License # TACLB043711E J. Dooley, MPL40219 B. McMasters, TECL19006 M. Perryman

281-830-3137

kmedina@ars.com • ARS.com Use JOB CODE: HOUSTON JS

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Oak Farms Dairy, Houston, Texas has immediate openings in state of the art fluid milk processing facility. Candidates interested in entry level opportunities with a stable company are encouraged to apply.

ROUTE SALES DRIVER (CLASS B)

• Clean driving record • Verifiable driving history

PRODUCTION OPERATORS • Entry Level Position • Evening and Overnight Shifts

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

• Ammonia Refrigeration experience required

All positions require candidates to be able to work flexible hours, including overtime, weekends & holidays. All candidates must be able to pass a background screening, as well as pre employment medical and drug screen.

Dean Foods Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/Veteran/Disability)All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other category protected under federal, state, or local laws.

Interested candidates can view complete job descriptions and requirements as well as create profiles and submit resumes at 20

JANUARY 13, 2017

www.deanfoods.com/careers

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SKILLED & TRADES Republic Bag Company, a leading manufacturer of plastic bags located near Hobby Airport has immediate need for:

EXPERIENCED INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE

TECHNICIAN MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE

HYDRAULICS • MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK We offer a competitive BENEFITS & COMPENSATION package!

Medical • Dental 401k with added company percentage!

EMAIL RESUMES TO: kmf@republicbag.com MAIL RESUMES TO: 8419 Tewantin Dr. • Houston, TX 77061 FAX RESUMES TO: 713-847-7548 SKILLED & TRADES

JOB FAIR WED. February 1, 2017 | 10AM - 2PM 1140 N. FM 3083 West, Suite 1100 | Conroe, TX 77304

We are hiring for the following positions: General Labor • Production • Warehouse Machine Operator • Billing Clerk • Machinists Maintenance Mechanics • Mechanical Assemblers Inside Sales Representative (Full & Part Time) APPLY ONLINE in advance at apply.advantageresourcing.com

Meet with a Recruiter about one of these great opportunities!

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MAINTENANCE ENGINEER II PAINTER 16001BXQ

MAINTENANCE

SENIOR (NON EXEMPT) 16001BXP

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR MAINTENANCE TECH EXP. REQUIRED

BLDG. MAINTENANCE PAINTER

APPLY IN PERSON, VIA EMAIL, OR FAX!

16001BXZ

2 LOCATIONS

APPLY AT MARRIOTT.COM/CAREERS SEARCH LOCATION: MARRIOTT MARQUIS HOUSTON

Benefits may include: medical, dental, vision, 401(k) retirement savings, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, career advancement, hotel room discounts and more. Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. Marriott International does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws.

4718 Hallmark Dr. Houston, TX 77056 4141 S Braeswood Blvd. Houston, TX 77025 FAX: 713.660.5061 Angela.Bryant@houstonretirement.org

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TRANSPORTATION

OTR Company

Drivers

MOTORCOACH OPERATORS

CDL School Graduates Welcome

WE TRAIN FOR FLATBED!

Become a member of America’s most professional motorcoach team.

Call MARTHA: 281-440-7733 ext. 111

- Minimum age 23 years old - CDL: Minimum of P Endorsement permit - Clean driving record - D.O.T. physical - Drug screening & Background check - 6 months experience

Earn up to .44 cpm D.O.E.

TRANSPORTATION

3 WEEKS

PAID TRAINING

OTR

LONG HAUL TEXAS BASED

COMPANY DRIVERS Earn up to 45¢ per mile

OWNER OPERATORS Earn up to $1.37 D.O.E.

713.674.2076 SGT 2000 Motor Freight, Inc. SIGN ON

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CALL: 713.730.3090 for an appointment to complete an application or visit: www.CoachUSA.com & Click Employment

APPLY IN PERSON:

1800 Delano, Houston, TX 77003

SALARY & BENEFITS - 401K - Sick Leave - Assistance with P Endorsement Driving Test - 6 Paid Holidays - Paid Vacation - Overnight Travel/Company Paid Lodging - Promotions from Within DBA/Kerrville Bus Company

HOUSTON

$4000

HIRING BONUS! EOE

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JERSEY VILLAGE 7641 Wright Rd. Houston, TX 77041 GREENSPOINT 1123 Goodnight Trail Houston, TX 77060 FULTON 302 Bennington St. Houston, TX 77022 RENWICK 5511 Renwick Rd. Houston, TX 77081

UNIQUE RELATIONSHIPS THAT HELP YOU

SUCCEED

ADDICKS 2224 Rolk Rd. Houston, TX 77077 BAYPORT 10430 Port Road Pasadena, TX 77507 ELLINGTON 10715 Highway 3 Houston, TX 77034 MYKAWA 5830 Halmart Houston, TX 77087 BAYTOWN 7100 Highway 146 Baytown, TX 77523 CHANNELVIEW 117 Shady Shores Channelview, TX 77530

The Argos ready mix team is hiring drivers at multiple locations to join our team and help us build a sustainable world.

• Class A or B CDL • One year commercial driving exp. preferred • Must be at least 23 years of age • Competitive hourly rates • Weekly safe load bonus • Annual performance bonus • Excellent benefits, including 401k • Full-time positions

Call 281-391-4554

or visit us at VOL. one 22 of ISSUEour 1073 plant locations.

HOLMES 110 Holmes Rd. Houston, TX 77045 HOCKLEY 16910 Katy Hockley Houston, TX 77447 KATY 28601 Katy Brookshire Katy, TX 77494 RICHMOND 4815 Ransom Rd. Richmond, TX 77469 TOMBALL 26515 Tomball Pkwy. Tomball, TX 77375 CINCO RANCH 19707 FM 1093 Richmond, TX2017 77407 JANUARY 13, 23


NORTH HOUSTON

Diesel Fleet Mechanic Route Sales Driver CONROE

Diesel Fleet Mechanic Route Sales Driver LUMBERTON-BEAUMONT

Route Sales Driver

APPLY ONLINE:

WWW.BORDENDAIRY.COM

Click on Careers

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EXCELLENT SALARY & BENEFITS VOL. 22 ISSUE 1073


TRANSPORTATION

flatbeds

Tankers

LOCAL & REGIONAL

company drivers

CLASS A CDL • CLEAN DRIVING RECORD • 2 YEARS VERIFIABLE DRIVING EXPERIENCE

HAZMAT REQUIRED FOR TANKERS

STEADY WORK • WEEKLY SETTLEMENTS • TOP PAY • GENEROUS HOME TIME CALL MONICA FOR MORE INFORMATION

713-673-2900

722-B McCarty Rd. Houston, TX 77029 www.TroutTrucking.com

TRANSPORTATION

EOE

HOME EVERY NIGHT • LOCAL RUNS • EXCELLENT BENEFITS t

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FOR DRY BULK PNEUMATIC TANKERS

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All applications must be filled out online at

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Job# 16000025

If you have any questions please call 713-928-3502

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TRANSPORTATION

14/hr.

$

CDL DRIVERS

Part-Time MONTGOMERY COUNTY

VEHICLE OPERATORS

• Must be able to pass DOT physical and drug screen. • Must have Class B CDL with passenger endorsement and air brakes.

APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE MONDAY - FRIDAY • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 701 Westridge Rd. • Spring , TX 77380 OR AT WWW.BTD.ORG All applications must be sent to: The District, Attn: Evelyn Davenport 1759 N. Earl Rudder Freeway Bryan, TX 77803

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POSITIONS AVAILABLE!

Resumes not accepted in lieu of application.

EEO

TRANSPORTATION

We offer competitive hourly wages, 401K with company match, plus a rich benefit package. Leading volumetric concrete delivery company needs experienced CDL Drivers in:

Houston,Austin, San Antonio & Corpus Christi APPLY: https://usconcrete.applicantpro.com/jobs

Call Sheri Millner

(972) 488-8131

US CONCRETE IS AN EEO EMPLOYER © Copyright 2016 Houston Employment Weekly ©

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CONTRACT

DRIVERS and

GOOSENECKS Must Live North of I-10

High Commissions Industrial Freight Must have own vehicle 2006 or Newer Pickup Trucks Stakebed w/Piperack Must have TWIC Card Call Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm

281.272.8300

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TRANSPORTATION

COMPANY DRIVERS

OTR

and

CLASS A HAZMAT Needed to load and transport chemicals.

• Must have at least 2 years experience hauling chemicals. • Must have X endorsement. • Must have TWIC • No more than two moving violations in the last 3 years • Must be able to pass road test, a drug test, physical and background check

SALARY

OF THE LINE HAUL

Health Insurance Life Insurance Disability Holidays Paid Vacation

281-694-2696

email: cpacifico@spirit-transport.com APPLY ONLINE:

https://drivers.cfdssafety.com/dq/SprintTransport TRANSPORTATION

Truck Lines

PROFESSIONAL CDL DRIVERS Class A CDL required.

CDL Drivers Average $55k

1500 Sign on Bonus

$

Recent CDL grads welcome! Melton Truck Lines was voted Best Fleet to Drive for in 2016. Melton offers paid training, rider & pet programs, veterans programs, driver referral program, online safety training, plus various recognition awards & bonuses. For more details on why you should work with Melton visit meltontruckjobs.com.

Call:

888-303-9731 VOL. 22 ISSUE 1073

Got a track record in delivering great customer service?

26%

MOST TRIPS NO MORE THAN 5 DAYS OUT

Melton

EOE

Now try delivering people... HIRING IMMEDIATELY!

FULL TIME METROLIFT VAN DRIVERS All you need to have to do this job is a valid driver’s license. - PAID TRAINING $12.50/hr. Once training is completed.

NO CDL REQUIRED. QUALIFICATIONS: • 21 years or older • At least 3 years of driving experience

At Bush Intercontinental Airport

ON SITE IMMEDIATE HIRING EVENT! MONDAY - THURSDAY 9AM - 1PM Must bring 3 forms if ID (Drivers License, Social Security, Passport, Voters Registration or School ID.)

lav Water service Drivers Responsible for servicing various aircraft lavatory & water systems. Comply with all safety, security, compliance & quality standards Valid TX DL is MANDATORY • Must be at least 21 years old

hiring for full time & part time

18455 Viscount Rd. Bldg.9 Suite #500 Houston, TX 77032

APPLY ONLINE: EOE WWW.ABM.COM

• Passion for helping others through your work • Subject to a pre-employment criminal background check & drug test

WE OFFER: • Full benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and 401k.• Full time shifts • Paid training • Uniforms are provided • Full benefits for full time • Year-round work (unlike a school bus driving position) • No CDL required • Opportunity to advance! • Fun & positive work environment

Come drive for FIRST TRANSIT, a transportation industry leader!

Recruiting by RSI

BRING THIS AD WITH YOU & APPLY IN PERSON:

3250 Telephone Rd. | Houston, TX 77023 For questions, please call: 832-280-4711 email resumes to: hr@rsi-us.com JANUARY 13, 2017

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TRANSPORTATION, GENERAL

DELIVERY DRIVERS SUV,VAN OR PICKUP FULL-TIME & PART-TIME CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR

PT BOBTAIL & STAKE BED JOBS

WEEKLY PAY

REQUIREMENTS - Vehicles with V-6 are preferred but not required. - Must have own vehicle - SUV, Van or Pickup. - Vehicles must be 2006 or newer. - Must have good knowledge of Houston metro area

START YOUR WORK DAY FROM HOME!

ANYWHERE in HOUSTON!

APPLY IN PERSON:

7801 N.Shepherd #107 | Houston, TX 77088

281.931.4700 ext. 127 GENERAL

Receptionist

Accounts Receivable Clerk RGIS Team Members use handheld computers to capture count information for our customers. From grocery stores to department stores pharmacies to warehouses, a Team Member’s work may be performed locally or at travel locations. A parttime Team Member opportunity-a great fit for students, military spouses, reservists and anyone else with a busy lifestyle.

Days or Nights Available • Fast Paced Environment Competitive Wages • Regular Wage Review Part-Time Supervisory Opportunities

Monday - Friday | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Located on Kempwood in NW Houston

• Customer Service experience REQUIRED! • Accounts Receivable/Receptionist duties include answering switchboard, sorting incoming mail and preparing outgoing mail. • Processing deposit of checks along with the application of funds and processing cash application. • Knowledge of the AS400 software system a PLUS! Must have professional appearance and reliable transportation.

Email resumes to:

wholesale@jobsparx.com

Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview!

CLICK CAREERS

HOUSTON NORTH

RGIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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PAY D.O.E.

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GENERAL, FOODSERVICE

Growing company is hiring for the following positions to join our team!

EXPO KITCHEN HELPERS HOST SERVERS FARMING WORKERS PERSONAL DRIVERS (Must have valid DL)

PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM MONDAY - FRIDAY

9315 FM 1489, SUITE C SIMONTON, TX 77476

ASSEMBLY GENERAL HELP

Temp. - Perm. positions. • Training provided Must obtain County Food Handler’s Certificate.

STARTING PAY: $ 8.50 per hr. APPLY IN PERSON ONLY: Cookies By Design Shoppe

CHAMPIONS: 5319-D Cypress Creek Pkwy. Houston, TX 77069 GENERAL

LEAD PERSON

FOR IMAGE/LANDSCAPING

needed to maintain company owned Truck Stops and C-Stores.

• The Image Department is responsible for maintaining • properties in Houston and surrounding areas. • Landscaping, cleaning, painting, small maintenance, and • • • general labor • Some travel involved.

Valid Drivers License with clean MVR required. Bilingual a plus!

CALL 832.771.5400 for details

1500

$

SIGN ON BONUS! VOL. 22 ISSUE 1073

WFI International, a premier fitting and valve manufacturer in Houston, is looking for:

INVENTORY CLERK/ SCHEDULER

Performs all inventory control duties, including shipping, receiving inventory, cycle counting and making all needed entries into the computer system. HS Diploma or GED 2 years exp. in shipping, receiving, inventory control Excellent PC skills - MS Excel Ability to multitask and meet deadlines Ability to count physical inventory, standing and lifting Must have professional appearance and demeanor Communicates clearly and concisely. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

WE OFFER HIGHLY COMPETITIVE WAGE BENEFITS PACKAGE • MEDICAL • DENTAL • 401K

EMAIL: BBUSHEE@WFI-INTL.COM CALL: 713.695.3633 | FAX: 281.765.3383 4404 Haygood Houston, TX 77022

WFI/Bonney Forge support Affirmative Action and are an Equal Opportunity Employer

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A graduate degree is perhaps

one of the most effective ways of advancing your healthcare career. Not only does it help you master a particular healthcare discipline, but it also opens up more employment opportunities and increases your earning potential. According to Department of Labor data, the unemployment rate among recipients of a master s degree in 2010 was only 4% as opposed to 5.4% among graduates of bachelor s degree programs and 10.3% among high school diploma holders.*

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Graduate Programs in Healthcare to Advance Your Career

JANUARY 13, 2017

By: ScottC

The median weekly earnings of individuals with graduate degrees for the same time period were $1,272. Compared to this, bachelor s degree holders earned an average of $1,038 and high school graduates made only $626 per week. ** If you are convinced that healthcare graduate programs have the power to help steer your career in the right direction, then let s start by taking a look at the various possibility.

THE MASTERS IN HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION DEGREE is de-

signed to teach you how the business of healthcare is managed. The objective of this program is to train you in managing daily operations in a healthcare facility and make improvements in the way patient care is delivered. To be eligible for this, you may be required to have prior experience or a relevant degree in the field of business, health administration, or liberal arts. A typical MHA program includes coursework in business and management principles as well healthcare-related top VOL. as 22 ISSUE 1073


ics such as hospital management, healthcare systems, healthcare informatics, healthcare law and ethics, etc. The program qualifies graduates for the role of health services manager or healthcare administrator. These professionals are responsible for planning, coordinating, supervising, and directing the smooth delivery of healthcare.

GENERAL

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

FOR BILINGUAL POSITIONS (Spanish/English)

CALL CENTER CUSTOMER SERVICE

Employment opportunities for health services managers exist in hospitals, physician s offices, residential care facilities, home healthcare services, outpatient care centers, etc.

ENTRY LEVEL ACCOUNTING

If you are interested in using your education to serve the community, then a graduate program in public health is what you need. As a public health administrator, you will have the responsibility to prevent disease and promote health at the community level. The job of a public health administrator is essentially two-pronged. They evaluate and assess a community s healthcare needs, and then conduct outreach programs that address these needs. These outreach programs may take the shape of intervention such as administering vaccinations against a disease or they could be educational campaigns aimed at promoting healthy habits like maintaining personal hygiene.

•Competitive Salary •Growth Opportunities •Paid Benefits

ASK FOR ANNA: 281 440 7733 ANNA@JOBSPARX.COM Se Habla Espanol

GENERAL

This graduate program is specifically designed for practicing registered nurses (RNs) looking for career advancement. The Master s in Nursing Administration program helps them transition from bedside patient care to administrative and leadership roles.

!

ING R I H E R A WE

As a nurse administrator, you will be required to supervise and manage the nursing staff at a healthcare facility. From preparing schedules and assigning duties to nurses on shifts to ensuring smooth delivery of patient care, a nurse administrator s role in a healthcare facility is varied and extensive.

Brand Ambassador/Retail

Nurse administrators are also responsible for making and implementing policies; recommending changes and improvements to the healthcare system in a facility; talent acquisition, training and retention; and other such organizational and managerial activities.

General Labor Dispatcher

*Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics, bls.gov

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Hourly + Commission (up to $25)

Inside Sales Hourly + Commission

Outside Sales No Cap on Commission

License # TACLB043711E J. Dooley, MPL40219 B. McMasters, TECL19006 M. Perryman

281-830-3137

kmedina@ars.com • ARS.com Use JOB CODE: HOUSTON JS

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GENERAL

Furniture

MOVERS

&

DRIVERS

• Applicant must be able to drive a box truck with a standard transmission and move furniture from trucks to apartments. • Must pass background check. • Must come professionally dressed for interview. • Drug-Free, Non-Smoking Workplace

Struggling to

9-$13/hr DOE Apply in Person: $

6550 Long Point, Ste. 204 Houston, TX 77055

Or fax: 713.795.5851

Funoftx.com

SPRING BRANCH AREA

get hired? We can help!

GENERAL

People in our community know how difficult job search is and have paid for you to attend our Job Search Boot Camp. Skilled Nursing Facility with Memory Care Unit (NW Houston) seeking passionate team members:

ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT

MEMORY CARE UNIT

ACTIVITY DIRECTOR

Oak Farms Dairy, Houston, TX has immediate openings. Candidates interested in entry level opportunities with a stable company are encouraged to apply.

PRODUCTION OPERATORS

Learn how to get hired, regardless of your work history or background. Register today:

713.984.9611

Entry Level Positions Evening & Overnight Shifts

COMPETITIVE PAY WEEKEND INCENTIVES

APPLY IN PERSON 615 LAWRENCE ST. TOMBALL, TX 77375

CALL FOR MORE INFO

281.357.4516

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Dean Foods Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/Veteran/Disability)

More than a Job...A New Life!

Create Profiles & Submit Resumes at:

www.deanfoods.com /careers

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GENERAL

Experienced Office Assistant PLEASANT ATTITUDE ON THE PHONE, WITH PLANT EMPLOYEES AND CUSTOMERS

IMMEDIATE INTERVIEWS!

AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED APPLICANTS

AT OUR HOUSTON BRANCH OFFICE LOCATION

FULL & PART TIME / EVENINGS & DAYS

MUST BE BILINGUAL (ENGLISH/SPANISH)

OFFICE HOURS 8AM - 5PM WITH POSSIBLE OVERTIME AS NEEDED

JOB DUTIES:

• Answering phones • Computer work • Opening mail • Filing • Assisting HR Office Reps

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HEALTHCARE JOBS

YOU MIGHT

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KNOW ABOUT Healthcare careers provide the chance to help people, do interesting technical work, and earn relatively high salaries. But that’s not all. The healthcare industry also offers some of the best employment opportunities in the economy. As career fields go, healthcare is hot. And there are lots of cool jobs, including some that aren’t as well known. Find out about three of them here. Of the dozens of different healthcare occupations, however, many people are familiar with only a few, such as nurse, doctor, and physical therapist. This article takes a look at some healthcare careers you might not know about.

Biostatisticians apply statistics to medical

and public-health research. Almost daily, the media report new research findings related to human health. Maybe an experimental treatment for HIV has been found to work better than current therapies. New data might reinforce the link between high blood pressure and heart disease. Or perhaps a report reveals dangers in treatment options, such as the risk in using smoking cessation drugs. Health-related findings such as these, or others concerning healthcare costs and quality, are usually based on the work of biostatisticians.

JOB DUTIES. Biostatisticians design statistical

studies, decide how to gather data, and analyze the data. To help a hospital measure the incidence and cause of secondary infections among patients, for example, biostatisticians would first determine the required sample size (the number of patients from which data must be collected for the results to be statistically sound). Then, biostatisticians must decide how to collect the data—from patients, patient records, or hospital staff—and they also might help to determine the types of questions to ask and the method to use in asking them. Designed one way, for example, the study might require telephoning patients for followup; designed another way, it might require drawing patients’ blood to track a physical effect. In addition, biostatisticians analyze the data that they or others have collected. They decide which calculations to do and use statistical pro13, 2017 38 JANUARY gramming software to turn raw data into usable

statistics. Often, biostatisticians work closely with other experts, such as medical professionals or health policy analysts. Each study that biostatisticians undertake presents unique technical challenges. That variety is what draws many to the career. “I love the opportunity to help people with data problems and to look at a different issue almost daily,” says Peter Lachenbruch, a biostatistician with the Department of Public Health at Oregon State University. Working with data also can be frustrating, however. Difficulties frequently arise in dealing with so much information, so adhering to standard statistical procedures is essential for accurate analysis. “Sometimes, someone brings me a data set that has been collected haphazardly, without attention to measurement issues,” says Lachenbruch. “I have to clean and edit that data [set].” That process is usually time consuming, he says, but it’s also gratifying to turn less-than-perfect data into useful information.

QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING. Biostatisticians need a strong understanding of, and interest in, science and mathematics; the ability to think logically; and the patience and determination to follow a problem to its conclusion. Effective speaking and writing skills are necessary for communicating research results. The ability to work well on a team is Biostatisticians often work closely with health policy analysts and other experts. also important, because biostatisticians often work with healthcare practitioners, managers, scientists, and other statisticians. Furthermore, biostatisticians must be able to adapt when projects don’t turn out as planned or take longer than expected to complete. High school students can start to explore the occupation by getting a solid background in sci-

by Tamara Dillon ence, mathematics, statistics, and computer science. Not surprisingly, statistical knowledge is essential for these workers, as is familiarity with common statistical programming software. A bachelor’s degree with a major in biostatistics, statistics, or mathematics is usually the minimum requirement for entry-level positions. Most jobs, however, require biostatisticians to have a master’s or doctoral degree.

Cytotechnologists

are disease detectives, spending much of their time peering through microscopes for clues to disease within cells. Studying cells from nearly every organ of the body, these workers search for patterns and abnormalities that might be evidence of cancer or other medical conditions, such as viral or bacterial infections. Job duties. Cytotechnologists work closely with pathologists, the medical doctors who diagnose the causes and nature of disease. The information cytotechnologists provide is vital to the specialists responsible for making an accurate diagnosis and for developing an appropriate treatment plan. For example, a cytotechnologist might discover that a cell sample is benign or, if cancerous, the type of cancer. When a patient’s cells need to be studied, a sample is taken and sent to a cytotechnologist for testing. Cytotechnologists working in smaller laboratories might need to prepare slides of the cells for examination; in larger labs, however, assistants do this preparatory work. Cytotechnologists scrutinize the cells through a microscope, looking for subtle distinctions in the color, size, and shape of cell structures. By noting differences, cytotechnologists identify which cell variations are normal and which might indicate disease. A cytotechnologist who discovers evidence of disease marks the slide for the pathologist and then writes up the findings, often taking photos to support conclusions. The report, photos, and, sometimes, slides themselves are given to a pathologist, who makes the final diagnosis of the patient. Cytotechnologists occasionally see rare conditions and interesting specimens, which they then share with the medical community. Some cytotechnologists teach pathology resi22 ISSUE 1073training programs at dents inVOL. cytotechnology


hospitals or in universities. Informing others about their work is challenging at times, because of its relative obscurity. Even those studying to enter the occupation don’t always understand what they’re getting into, says Joe Walker, a cytotechnology education coordinator at Albany College in New York. “Many of our students didn’t know what cytotechnology was and had never even heard of the career,” he says. But once in the program, he says, students embrace the variety that the work offers. “It’s interesting and new and different every day.” This variety and the possibility for discoveries are part of what cytotechnologists enjoy about their jobs. “People think that you sit down and look at slides all day long,” Walker says. “While we do spend a lot of time in front of a microscope, it is exciting to see anywhere from 50,000-plus cells on the slide. And each one is different.”

gical drapes. As the time for surgery approaches, these technologists observe patients’ vital signs, check charts, and assist the surgical team with putting on sterile gowns and gloves. During the operation, surgical technologists pass instruments and other sterile supplies to surgeons and surgical assistants. They might hold retractors, cut sutures, and help count pieces of equipment. Surgical technologists also help to prepare, care for, and send specimens to a laboratory for analysis. They might apply dressings to the incision areas or operate some equipment. Highly trained technologists assist with more specialized tasks, such as controlling blood flow.

High school students interested in a career as a cytotechnologist can prepare by taking courses in mathematics and the sciences. Entry-level cytotechnologists usually need at least a bachelor’s degree in cytotechnology or a related subject. Some States require cytotechnologists to be licensed, but licensure requirements vary by State. Many employers prefer to hire cytotechnologists who are certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathology, which requires either a bachelor’s degree in cytotechnology or a degree in another subject and a certificate in cytotechnology, as well as a passing score on a board-ofregistry exam. Certificate programs are offered by universities, colleges, and hospitals and last about 1 to 2 years.

Surgical technologists

assist in surgical operations. They work under the supervision of surgeons, registered nurses, anesthesiologists, or other surgical personnel. The scope of their work depends on the laws of the State and the policies of the facility in which they work, but most do a variety of tasks before, during, and after an operation.

JOB DUTIES. Before an operation, surgical tech-

nologists help to prepare the operating room. They gather equipment and check to make sure that everything is working properly. They also help to prepare patients for surgery, transport them to the operating room, position them on the VOL. them 22 ISSUE operating table, and cover with1073 sterile sur-

Worklife pros and cons

Like most careers, these healthcare occupations have both rewards and drawbacks. The work can sometimes seem draining, but biostatiscians, cytotechnologists, and surgical technologists focus on their main objective: helping people. Many of these healthcare workers say they chose their careers because of a desire to help people. Even when they perform their duties far from patients, these workers help to save lives and improve health. “What we do makes a huge difference in patient care,” says cytotechnology education coordinator Joe Walker. “Our work is essential for the correct diagnosis. And a correct diagnosis leads to the best treatment and outcome. It’s satisfying to know that our work helps so many people.” Along with the satisfaction they get from helping others, many people in these occupations enjoy being part of a team. And relatively high wages are another draw for those in healthcare careers.

Qualifications and training. Most cytotechnologists enjoy solving puzzles. They are fascinated by science, and they like working in a laboratory setting. Cytotechnologists must be able to communicate well, both orally and in writing, to document their findings and to consult with pathologists and other experts. They also must be able to focus on details and be comfortable making decisions and assuming responsibility, because their preliminary interpretations of cell samples can affect the pathologist’s diagnosis. Moreover, cytotechnologists should work well under pressure.

degree in surgical technology.

After an operation, surgical technologists take patients to the recovery room. They help to clean and restock the operating room and to prepare it for the next operation. Surgical technologists are part of a team. The chance to work closely with other medical professionals often draws people to the occupation. And the medical knowledge and experience that these workers gain attract people who are considering other healthcare careers. For example, with additional education, surgical technologists can advance to sales positions with surgical supply companies or perform inventory control management.

QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING. Surgical

technologists must be able to work well with others and accept responsibility. They need to work quickly and efficiently, even under stress, to have instruments ready in the operating room. “This job can be fast paced, complicated, and demanding, both physically and mentally,” says Patricia Eder, a surgical technologist for a healthcare provider in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Taking high school classes in health and science is a good way to prepare for further study in surgical technology. Summer or volunteer experience in a hospital also provides useful exposure to the work, especially because surgical technologists should be comfortable watching operations and working around blood and other bodily substances. Most surgical technologists receive formal training in vocational and technical schools, hospitals, or community colleges. These programs, which provide both classroom training and supervised clinical experience, usually take from 9 months to 2 years to complete and lead to a certificate or a

The variety of job tasks is another bonus. Biostatisticians and cytotechnologists, in particular, can move into different types of specialties. And experience also gives these workers new skills so that they can advance to other healthcarerelated careers. For example, they can try out one kind of job before deciding to get additional training to become a nurse, doctor, or other healthcare worker. Some educational programs are designed specifically to help aspiring healthcare professionals pursue more education by allowing them to earn an associate degree while working. Working in healthcare jobs is also difficult. In many laboratories, for example, fewer workers do more tasks to process the increasing numbers and kinds of tests being performed. Some labs may have trouble finding qualified workers, which can be detrimental to the workloads and morale of the existing staff. In addition, some workers might find the responsibility of these occupations stressful. Because there is little room for error, mistakes can result in serious health consequences for patients. Fortunately, the procedures that are in place make high-risk errors less likely. Other times, it is the absence of high-level responsibility that creates a challenge. Some welltrained healthcare workers, for example, might find themselves doing routine tasks and underusing their more advanced skills. When this happens, many focus on the fact that even in performing routine work, they are helping people. Most healthcare workers take precautions to minimize risk and ensure their safety, especially when handling biological material. In a laboratory or operating room, these precautions include the use of protective clothing, masks, gloves, goggles, and hoods, as needed. Repetitive motion injuries in the hands and fingers are also common in workers who spend hours at a microscope, computer, or other machine.

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Just remember that a guilt t r ip i s o n e t r ip you sho u l d n eve r t a k e . Yo u k n o w y o u s h o u l d have called, or you wouldn’t f e e l g u i l t y. Yo u s h o u l d c a l l a n d apologize, or at leas t never do that again. It was rude to not call and cancel: Do you stand up people for dinner? Do you stand up people for d a t e s? H o w d o y o u k n o w t h a t you will absolutely never need

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the good will of that recruiter i n t h e f u t u r e? F r o m n o w o n , b e p r o fe s s i o n a l a n d t r e a t y o u r job search with the respec t it deser ves . I ’m gues sing t hat your mom just won $10.

Q: I a m c h a n g i n g p r o f e s s i o n s and have been taking classes at Houston Communit y College to a d d sk i ll s . I ke e p s e n d i n g o u t re su m e s , b u t p e o p l e a re c a l l i n g me about my old profession instead. How do I convince them that I really want out of that industr y? - K a t y, Te x a s R e a d e r

A: I f y o u h a v e p e o p l e c a l l i n g you about a job, talk with them. I r e a l i ze t h a t y o u w a n t t o l e a v e your old c are er b ehind , bu t your value is in your experience. It never hur t s to listen, and you might f ind something you just love.

I always tr y to be positive in inter views, and I never say any t hing bad abou t t he company where I currently work. I feel like I got t rapped into say ing something bad about my boss, a n d I d o n’ t k n o w h o w t o h a n d l e t h a t . T h e re c r u i te r a s ke d m e i f I h a d b e e n c r i t i c i ze d b y a n y o n e at my job. I think ever yone has b e e n c r i t i c i ze d a t w o r k o n c e i n awhile! I told her about a time my current boss was unfairly criticizing me, and then she a s ke d i f t h a t w a s w h y I w a n t e d to l e a v e m y j o b . N o, i t i s n’ t , a n d I d i d n’ t t h i n k i t w a s f a i r f o r h e r to a s k t h i s . H ow s h o u l d I h a n d l e t h i s q u e s t i o n i n t h e f u t u r e?

mis t ake by your cowor ker. I f she asks you to be more specif ic, just tell her that someone said you hadn’t done something that you actually had done. Don’t give names, company names, titles, or any thing else that too closely identif ies the p er so n . A sk her a qu es t io n , to o. Perhaps you could ask if she e v e r h a d t h a t h a p p e n t o h e r. ( T h a t R E A L LY h a s t o b e a s ke d with a smile!)

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It's important to remember when recruiting that it's not just the prospective candidates that need to sell themselves. If you want to attract and appoint the best of the best, you need to market your vacancy and the business to potential applicants. Make sure you are considering the seven key areas below at all stages of the recruitment process.

Remuneration

Be specific about the salary (or salary range if dependent on experience). Don't say "competitive" when ultimately you know what you're willing to spend. The best candidates won't waste their time following up on job ads that aren't specific, not least because the inference of not publishing a figure is that it's probably not competitive. If you're not confident about publishing a salary figure for fear of putting prospective candidates off, you need to consider making it more competitive. Sell the whole remuneration package, even if some elements are discretionary based on achievement of targets or wider business performance. Make it clear if these additional payments are not guaranteed, but use them to illustrate that base salary is not the only thing on offer. This helps if you can't match the salaries offered by competitors. Don't forget to include overtime opportunities. Some businesses don't have any budget whatsoever for this; if you do, use this as a selling point, even if overtime is not guaranteed.

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Sell the full benefits package. These are non-cash incentives and you must promote them as part of the overall deal. They could be subsidized facilities, such as a staff restaurant, shop or gym. Or you might offer employee discounts with particular retailers or suppliers, or share investment programs. Don't overlook these things, as they can be a powerful incentive.

APPLICANTS MIGHT ALREADY HAVE THEIR HEART SET ON A CAREER IN YOUR BUSINESS SPECIFICALLY, BUT IT’S LIKELY THAT THE MAJORITY WERE ATTRACTED FOR OTHER REASONS.

Even if you don't offer any big-ticket benefits, there are always things you can put a positive spin on if you think creatively. Talk about how much annual holiday you offer, free car park

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ing spaces or a swanky working environment. ing, these things are exciting, so set the scene Current employees might take these things for for applicants. granted, but potential new employees will be pleasantly surprised if they've not had such benefits before.

Training & development

Job description

Most people will want to know how they will learn about the business and their role if they are successful. If you have an established training framework for inducting new employees, make sure you market this in recruitment material. Likewise, if there are learning and development programs to enhance employees' skills and knowledge, and by extension their chances of progression, explain this.

It's essential that the job description is an accurate reflection of the day-to-day responsibilities, but equally important that it makes the best of them. Make sure those drafting your job descriptions have strong written skills and a wide vocabulary, so the documents are as appealing as possible. Consider asking your marketing team to review and offer comment on how they could better sell the role. Applicants will always be impressed by a business that invests in its employees. It will The job description should illustrate the influ- strengthen the sense that the role would be a ence that the position offers and hint at oppor- career starter with genuine opportunities for tunities for progression within the business. advancement, rather than a dead-end job with Candidates are applying for the job on offer, no chance to move up. but showing them it could be a stepping stone to something bigger and better if they want it to be can only add to the appeal. Find your unique selling point and make the argument in no uncertain terms. Candidates' applications will be motivated by a variety of Applicants might already have their heart set reasons, such as wanting to work in a particuon a career in your business specifically, but lar industry or functional area of a business. it's likely that the majority were attracted for Consider what your main industry or geoother reasons. Therefore, you have an oppor- graphical competitors are offering and ask tunity to shout from the rooftops about why yourself what it is about your business that your organization is such a great one to work others cannot match. In the applicants' minds, for. Tell the story (in brief) of how the business these are the things that differentiate you from has risen to success, of its heritage and how other options they are considering, so they it's come to be what it is today. Talk about the need to be front and center in promotional culture and the great people that work there; material. paint a picture that draws on all the best aspects of the company.

Differentiate

Business

Don't forget any awards or accreditations the business has achieved, particularly if they reflect a positive message for employees, such as Investors in People (IIP). If your business has a great reputation, supported by evidence, such as employee and customer satisfaction survey results, highlight this. If the organization has invested heavily in cutting edge technology or a particularly iconic build-

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Interview experience

Perhaps the best opportunity you have to sell the role and the business to applicants is during the interview, when you have a captive audience. Make sure a candidate's experience, from arrival at reception to leaving the building, is slick, seamless and professional. Pick the smartest room available and be on your best behavior; the interviewee will be making a judgement on the business based on your

performance as its representative. Prepare for questions at the end of the interview; don't risk embarrassing yourself and the company by stumbling over a question from a well-researched candidate because your knowledge is found wanting. Use the interview as an opportunity to give candidates a tour of the workplace, selecting the areas of the business that will impress and inspire. This will show openness and honesty as well as giving applicants a tangible sense of what they've read about and discussed in interview. Taking account of all of the above, scrutinize your current recruitment and selection process and see how well it sizes up. It's a worthy investment to ensure you are nailing it in all seven of these key areas. If you do, you'll find you're not only attracting all the best applicants to apply, but you're able to secure acceptance from your preferred candidate as you've shown them an offering that cannot be matched anywhere else.

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Resume Mistakes Can By Robin Ryan

Cost You The Job

Recently I was assisting an employer with the hiring process and reviewed many resumes that were sent in. I couldn’t help but be concerned that so many people are not having any job search success because they are using a very poor resume to represent themselves to potential employers. A poor resume drags out a search for new employment.

ACTION STEP: Results sell! Use specific facts noting demonstrated skills, and past accomplishments achieved. Our formula for success is using actions=results bullets that command attention. Be sure to include figures on how large, how many, what you did, and how it turned out. Stress actions that resulted in an increase in revenues, and any cost or time savings.

A candidate’s resume typically gets a 15-second glance, if it gets looked at all. Employers complain that they receive hundreds of resumes for any listed opening but 90% of the applicants are not qualified to do the advertised job.

Lengthy resume. Surveyed managers reported that resumes only

In recent hiring trends many resumes are never being seen by human eyes. An electronic computer scans it, looking at keywords and eliminating all others. Employers confess to getting so many resumes that the speed of applying is a hiring factor. Employers told me they look through the resume stack until they find four or five good ones, call those candidates in for an interview, and may leave hundreds of resumes unread. Today it is only a well-written resume advertising accomplishments and past performance results that gets noticed. Of course you know that, but when I look at the resumes being sent out to employers I cringe because so many avoidable mistakes are causing job hunters to be rejected. In my books Winning Resumes and Winning Cover Letters, we published a survey of over 600 hiring managers to learn exactly what gets attention and what gets rejected. A few of the major mistakes revealed included:

Lying. Employers reported they are on the lookout for the significant

get a 15 second review. “More is not better,” noted Martha, an HR Director. “Long careers often travel into numerous pages and important accomplishments get lost. We won’t read anything beyond a page especially with so many people applying.” ACTION STEP: Write a concise one-page resume noting top achievements. Highlight only the relevant recent information related to doing the targeted job. Use action words to create more powerful sentences.

Spelling mistakes and use of micro-type. A top complaint with every manager and HR person in our survey noted: “I stop reading when I find spelling mistakes.” Employers felt typographical errors reflect the poor quality of work they can expect from you. Reducing the font size to cram more into a resume often results in making it harder to read and many employers noted that they simply skip reading the ones with very small type. ACTION STEP: Proofread! Perfection is a necessity to remain competitive. Use size 12 font and a nice layout that is easily read. Use clean fonts (i.e. Arial) so phone numbers and emails contact information is easily read.

increase in lies or serious exaggerated claims made in people’s resumes. Common deceptions include accomplishments, salary, or size of the team managed. Helen, an HR Executive Recruiter inside a prominent company, wrote on her survey form: “Never, ever, lie. One person I hired lied about having a college degree when she did not have one. We fired her when the lie was uncovered.”

No cover letter. Employers report that fewer candidates today

ACTION STEP: Don’t Lie. Most employers catch you in the interview or when they do reference checks, so inflating your qualifications into fabrications is NOT the same as using good self marketing to get hired.

ACTION STEP: Take the time to create a targeted letter addressing the specific employers needs. Opening with a couple sentences that advertise your top skills and accomplishments is the secret ingredient to getting your letter read. Then highlight exactly how you can perform the job and show definitive actions and outcomes.

No apparent accomplishments. Employers report that many people’s resumes are just dull job descriptions but candidates do not list any kind of results achieved on the job. The surveyed employers heavily criticized generic resumes as a worthless effort.

use cover letters since many applicants are just blasting their resumes everywhere with a quick click on the send button. Surveyed employers stated cover letters are very influential and can snag an interview by themselves. They repeatedly noted was that it is a BIG MISTAKE using no cover letter at all.

A great resume is an essential career tool. It sends the an employer this key message, “I’m a pro in everything I do, and someone you definitely want on your team.”

Robin Ryan is America’s leading career authority. She’s appeared on 1500 TV & radio shows including Oprah, Dr Phil, CNN, ABC News and NPR. Robin has a career counseling13, practice more22 career visit: www.RobinRyan.com ISSUEhelp 1073 2017 working with works with individual clients across the US helping them land better jobs. For VOL. 46 JANUARY Robin Ryan is the bestselling author of 60 Seconds & You’re Hired!; Winning Resumes; Winning Cover Letters; Soaring On Your Strengths; What to Do with the Rest of Your Life; and Over 40 & You’re Hired.


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