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Something for many different job needs, from fresh off the truck, limited time offers of employment, more barista job postings for the UMOM Kids who have completed their classical training...while ...

Something for many different job needs, from fresh off the truck, limited time offers of employment, more barista job postings for the UMOM Kids who have completed their classical training...while more jobs for new kitchen jobs, warehouse and even construction - including apprenticeship clearing house INTEL...to allow you to earn money, learn a trade and an opportunity to stay and start a career! Hats off to the Barista Kids from UMOM...they got skills...you got a job for them?

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    • UMOM'S HELPINGS CAFE GIVES HOMELESS MOM SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE Jennifer McClellan, The Republic | azcentral.com 1:40 a.m. MST May 11, 2014 Before she became a mother, Roberta Serrano didn't celebrate holidays, even though she was born on one: Halloween 1972. Her father died when she was a year old. She grew up in California with a drug-addicted mother and a sexually abusive stepfather. She remembers Christmas presents being sold for drug money. Mother's Day would come and go, like any other day.
    • From 1994 to 2008, after three felony convictions, Serrano was in prison. Since then, she's been trying to rebuild her life. She got married and had a baby boy. The family was happy for a time, living in a $408-a-month studio apartment in Phoenix. Then in October, after her husband, Michael Ribera, was laid off and their benefits ran out, the family was evicted. Daniel, their son, was just 1 year old. For four months, the family spent the days walking around Phoenix. On the good nights, they'd have collected enough money from strangers for a motel. On the bad ones, they'd stay up inside 24-hour stores or sleep in parks. "What kind of mother are you?" Serrano would ask herself, feeling like "a failure." In February, she found a room at UMOM New Day Centers, a homeless shelter for up to 82 families in a former Days Inn near Van Buren and 32nd streets in Phoenix. At the time, the shelter was about two months away from opening a restaurant, Helpings Cafe. Serrano's case manager nominated her as the first trainee in the cafe's barista program. She was accepted, got the state-required food-handler card and learned how to brew espresso, ring up lattes and balance end-of-day sales. It was the first real job training she'd ever had. Now, she had something to celebrate — not just a line on her resume, but the means to a new life. "This is what's going to prevent me and my family from ever being homeless again," the 41- year-old said. UMOM, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, is one of the state's largest homeless shelters. At its Van Buren campus, the residents are families, defined as a child and his or her guardians. In the past fiscal year, 40 percent of residents were 17 or younger. The non-profit also runs a shelter for basic needs, a shelter for domestic-violence victims and transitional housing for veterans. Substance-abuse treatment, medical care, child care, GED and job training are among the programs offered. About eight years ago, UMOM started a catering business to give trainees experience in a commercial kitchen. They learn how to prep and cut vegetables, grill meat and bake bread. The salads, sandwiches and sides are then served at business luncheons and religious functions. After their training, graduates are given job opportunities with restaurants that work with UMOM. "Many of our residents don't have a diploma or GED," said Darlene Newsom, chief executive officer of UMOM. "Many don't have a good employment history. That's work history you can put on a resume. It builds opportunity to get a better job, a job that has a livable wage." Serving coffee, hope In 2011, Newsom was named a Piper Fellow. As part of her fellowship, she traveled around the country visiting other shelters with food-service training programs. In Seattle, she visited Fare­Start, which had a barista-training program as part of its Catalyst Kitchen initiative. One of its supporters was Starbucks, which provided coffee and products at a discount. That price cut meant a larger profit for Fare­Start to help fund programming. Newsom brought Fare­Start's social enterprise model and Starbucks' support back to UMOM. With $50,000 from the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust and a $150,000 grant from the
    • JPMorgan Chase Foundation, the Phoenix shelter turned the 1950s-themed diner on its campus into Helpings Cafe. Baked on-site, muffins come in such flavors as Dutch apple, banana nut and espresso mocha chip. Grilled-chicken salad, antipasto chopped salad, beet and goat-cheese salad, roast-beef and market-vegetable sandwiches are among the lunch options. The drink menu includes the full range of Starbucks offerings, along with soda, tea, juice and milk. Like FareStart, UMOM reinvests sales proceeds into services. And no sale is too small. The purchase of a muffin and coffee allows the shelter to buy a child an asthma inhaler. A salad with side and drink buys snacks for a preschool classroom at the on-site day-care center. A dozen muffins provide dinner for a homeless family. "I think people can get behind food," said Kate Thoene, chief social enterprise officer at UMOM. "This is offering a hand up, not a handout." Volunteers from around the Valley helped open the cafe. Beth Katz, owner of Katz Design Group, did the interior design. Restaurateur John Cavanagh helped with the concept. Former Intel employee Susan Shaver and volunteers with NOMADS, an outreach ministry of the United Methodist Church, provided skilled labor. Former travel-show host Carrie Simmons was the marketing consultant. Free Arts of Arizona worked with UMOM's homeless youth to paint a sign that hangs in the cafe. Now residents like Serrano have somewhere to be during the week and something to do that teaches marketable skills and builds confidence. "If you see Roberta now, she just has this glow," Newsom said. "Her smile, the way she carries herself. She looks at you in the eye, her shoulders are back." From prison to freedom It took Serrano a long time to smile. She didn't for most of her life, she said. As a teen, Serrano was part of a gang. She followed in her mother's path of substance abuse. At 19, she got her first felony conviction and served two years at the California Institution for Women. In 1994, after convictions for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, she began the first of 14 years at Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla. "I was hurt and angry toward my mom, and I wanted people to hurt like I was hurting," she said. Nearly 60 percent of women in state prisons say they experienced physical or sexual abuse, according to the Statistics on Women in the Justice System report, released by the federal Bureau of Justice Statistics in January. Serrano fits into that majority. In the beginning, she carried on behind bars the same as she had outside them. She ran with "homies," acted tough and didn't smile. She can't pinpoint exactly when, but one day Serrano realized she didn't want to die behind bars. "I talked to God, asked him to forgive," she said. In 2008, in her mid-30s, Serrano was paroled. She was to live in Texas with her family, who'd moved while she was incarcerated. In the short time she had between being released from prison and reporting for parole in Texas, she met Ribera at a Laundromat in California. He
    • asked her why she didn't smile. She told him she was "a little institutionalized" but that she'd "get over it." The couple lived in Texas, but it was too hard for Serrano to be around her family. Her stepfather was gone, but the hurt was not. She was close with her older brother, Daniel, but didn't understand how he could have a relationship with their mother. In 2011, when she was discharged, Serrano and Ribera moved to Phoenix. They were married at the county courthouse that fall. "He wakes up singing and makes me laugh every morning," Serrano said. "He's my best friend." Ribera, 45, also is in the barista program. He's known at Helpings Cafe as "Michael Macchiato," a nickname he says with pride. The couple are working with employment specialists at UMOM to build resumes and interviewing skills. They have a list of cafes where they plan to apply. And they've begun the process to find transitional housing. Serrano dreams of the day little Daniel — named after her father and brother — will have his own room. "I've lived my life, whether good or bad, sad or whatever," Serrano said. "Now, it's about my son." And today, she will celebrate Mother's Day. Helpings Cafe at UMOM What: The cafe serves breakfast and lunch. A market selling produce and healthful meals is expected to open soon; its application to accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits is pending. Details: 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday.3333 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix. 602-275-2539, www.umom.org/get-involved/helpings
    • DO LUNCHIf you are thinking about going out for lunch today, please consider Helpings. One lunch provides snacks for a pre-school classroom here at UMOM! https://www.facebook.com/helpingscafe?fref=nf ============================================================================= Stockroom - 2nd Shift $11.00/hr. - South Phoenix Advert ID: USA_144556 $11/HR. Manpower is currently recruiting a Stockroom Associate for 2nd shift at a large client in Phoenix. This 6 month temporary position requires 2+ years of experience, the ability to frequently lift 35 lb., computer literacy, math skills and high attention to detail. High School diploma or equivalent e.g. GED required. Minimum of 2 years directly related experience; good reading & math skills; effectively communicate and interact with others, handle multiple tasks at the same time, access & use computer systems (e.g. email, work instructions, attendance). Steel toed shoes are required on start date (at contractors own expense). APPLY ONLINE: www.manpower.com ==================================================== BARISTA (FULL-TIME & PART-TIME) Exceptional applicants with a demonstrated strong coffee knowledge and keen interest may be considered without recent barista experience however. Schedule flexibility including afternoons and reliable transportation is a must. Great working environment and pay. Interested candidates should respond to this ad immediately by applying in person at Giant Coffee - 1437 N 1st Street, PHX - (1st Street & McDowell) between the hours of 10am to 2pm this week TUES through WED 5/13-5/14.
    • DAYTIME BARISTA Part-time or Full-Time. Includes early mornings and afternoon and weekend shifts. Experience in coffee industry a must! This is a fast-paced environment with a drive-thru, be ready to hustle! Your duties will include: Running the registers - Bartending both with espresso + liquor - Food running - Opening and Closing Duties - Great customer service skills, must be a happy morning person. STOP IN AND IMPRESS THEM WITH WHAT YOU KNOW...KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT THEM - THEY HAVE A WEBITE: www.32shea.com APPLY IN PERSON: 10626 N. 32nd St at 32nd St + Shea ========================================================================================== DAYTIME REGISTER PERSON w/ COFFEE EXPERIENCE PREFERRED Part-time or Full-Time. Includes early mornings and afternoon and weekend shifts. Experience Preferred. This is a fast-paced environment with a drive-thru, be ready to hustle! Your duties will include: Running the registers - Opening and Closing Duties - Food running - Great customer service skills, must be a happy morning person. STOP IN AND IMPRESS THEM WITH WHAT YOU KNOW...KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT THEM - THEY HAVE A WEBITE: www.32shea.com. APPLY IN PERSON: 10626 N. 32nd St at 32nd St + Shea ========================================================================================= PT BARISTA WANTED FOR COFFEE STANDS – START ASAP! $9/HR. Work inside convention centers in downtown Phoenix. Seeking hardworking, reliable, clean, friendly individual. MUST have previous barista experience. Open/flexible availability a plus. Starts ASAP. 15-30 hours wkly. E-mail Mike @ matwell188@yahoo.com. (3rd Street at Monroe) Attach a quick line or two about yourself in the e-mail.
    • Barista - We want to meet you in person! Please apply between 2-4 PM. Are you tired of sitting on the sidelines? Are you ready to jump in and help create something exciting, unique and spectacularly successful? Then we want to talk to you. After all, we’re creating more than restaurants – we’re building lifelong careers. APPLICATION: http://www.foxrc.com/frcwp/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/FRC-Application-revised-March-2013.pdf Download the job application - Print the application - Completely fill out the application (DO NOT LEAVE BLANK SPACES) -Bring the completed application – STUDY THE MENU! http://www.foxrc.com/frcwp/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/HEN_Full_Breakfast_Menu.pdf BRING APPLICATION TO: The Henry - Breakfast Restaurant. 4455 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018 - Cross Streets: Between N Village Dr./N 45th St and N 44th St - Neighborhoods: Camelback Corridor, Camelback East, Central Phoenix. TIPSTER: THEY WANT YOU TO IMPRESS THEM WITH HOW MUCH YOU WANT THE JOB. DO YOUR HOMEWORK! BRING COPIES OF YOUR CERTIFICATES, ID and related in case they want to hire you. TIPSTER: FOCUS ON HAVING GOOD ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS WITH EXAMPLE(s) OF WHAT EACH MEANS TO YOU AND/OR HOW YOU HAVE PUT THAT INTO YOUR WORK: What is your definition of hospitality? What is your concept of a first impression? What sets you apart from other Barista candidates?
    • EXPERIENCED BARISTA (5AM - 11AM) Availability must also include weekends and holidays. All positions will be part time (2-4 days per week). TIPSTER: A classically trained barista has a really good shoot here! Availability will be the biggest factor in this hire. GO IN AND INTRODUCE YOURSELF. Really want the insider staff...Don't go to the HR FIRST! Go to the Food & Beverage Department to introduce yourself and show them your certificated! If you make a good impression and they will walk you down to the HR Office. The Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport, 4300 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85034 ====================================================================================== Food Service Opportunities Grand Canyon University Must have 1-2 years’ experience related to position - Ability to work with all levels of team members and vendors - Understanding of food and proper sanitation practices - Must have experience working in a fast-paced environment - Must be willing to work on weekends when At Sodexo, we believe that Quality of Daily Life contributes to the progress of individuals and the performance of organizations. As a strategic partner for more than 8,000 client sites, including corporations, healthcare, long-term care and retirement centers, schools, college campuses, military and remote sites in North America, we offer comprehensive service solutions that include managing food service, housekeeping, grounds keeping, plant operations and maintenance, asset management and laundry services.
    • needed - All applicants must possess the Maricopa food handler's card - Sodexo will require a background check and may require a drug screen for these positions. Sodexo at Grand Canyon University is now hiring highly motivated, dedicated individuals for the following Front-of-House and Back-of-House positions: Student Union: Cook - Server - Utility Retail: Qdoba Cooks and Servers - Subway Cooks and Servers - Starbucks Barista - Store Clerk - Chick-fil-A Cooks - Receiving - Utility Personnel Catering: Banquet Server All applicants are to complete and submit via email the assessment form to the direct contact of each concept. Once received, you will be given directions on how to login into the system. Only those applicants who pass the assessment will be contacted for the next step in the hiring process. Please email your resume along with the completed assessment form (click link here) to: http://www.sodexo.jobs/downloads/LHmydocs2014_assessment.docx Student Union: Amy.Azarias@gcu.edu Retail: Laura.hall@gcu.edu Catering: Tim.kavalec@gcu.edu ============================================================================= LET’S SEE WHAT ONET SAYS? http://www.onetonline.org When the employer’s job description doesn’t help you get your application pass the gatekeeper. When you can’t find the key phrases and words to fill-in- the-spaces you need to get your application recognized, then ONET ONLINE will be your BFF for this job search. Take the time to do the research, take the time to do the application correctly and you stand a chance of leaving unemployment behind. It all starts with you going to ONET ONLINE and remembering that you only have unemployment to loose! 35-2011.00 Cooks, Fast Food http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35-2011.00?s=fast%20food 35-3021.00 Combined Food Preparation and Serving - Including Fast Food http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/35-3021.00?s=fast%20food
    • Barista @ Phoenix Children's Hospital EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED or equivalent experience preferred. A current Maricopa County Food Handler’s Card is required. SKILLS: Ability to use food services tools and equipment appropriate for the position - Ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend Basic English is required - 0-1 year of equivalent customer service related experience preferred - Ability to do basic math & calculate numbers. Sodexo will require a background check and drug screen for this position. HOW TO APPLY: Resumes may be emailed to sodexo@phoenixchildrens.com TIPSTER: Know someone who works there? Take them to lunch and let them introduce you to everyone. Otherwise, Use ONET ONLINE to do a correct application, email it and then go over in the PM (2-4PM), ask where the Sodexo Office is and go in to introduce yourself. ============================================================================ Security Guard - Crowne Plaza Reference ID:GPPPMJAZ7W985 http://ihg.jobs.net/job/Security- Guard/J3J5N6774T0F69K07T6/ REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: At least 1 year(s). We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Security Guard to join our team! High school diploma or GED equivalent. Valid driver’s license. 33-9032.00 Security Guards http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/6/33-9032.00?s=security The Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport, 4300 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85034 =============================================================================
    • 5013 N 44th St Suite B2025B, Phoenix, AZ 85018 Flower Child is a farm-fresh, ridiculously healthy fast-casual restaurant serving happy food for a healthy world. It's a food revolution and it's happening now. Come be a Flower Child! MENU: http://iamaflowerchild.com/wp- content/uploads/2014/03/FC_Online_Menu.pdf APPLICATION: http://www.foxrc.com/frcwp/wp- content/uploads/2013/04/FRC-Application-revised-March- 2013.pdf Download the job application - Print the application - Completely fill out the application (DO NOT LEAVE BLANK SPACES) -Bring the completed application – TIPSTER: THEY WANT YOU TO IMPRESS THEM WITH HOW MUCH YOU WANT THE JOB. DO YOUR HOMEWORK! BRING COPIES OF YOUR CERTIFICATES, ID and related in case they want to hire you. TIPSTER: FOCUS ON HAVING GOOD ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS WITH EXAMPLE(s) OF WHAT EACH MEANS TO YOU AND/OR HOW YOU HAVE PUT THAT INTO YOUR WORK: What is your definition of hospitality? What is your concept of a first impression? What sets you apart from other Barista candidates? ========================================================================================== 401 W Clarendon Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85013 http://galloblancocafe.com/#news FULL-TIME PREP COOKS, PANTRY COOKS (AM, Mid and PM shifts available) with at least two years of experience. We do background checks. 35-2021.00 Food Preparation Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/5/35-2021.00?s=prep%20cook Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers- Fast Food http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/6/35-3021.00?s=prep%20cook FEEL FREE TO COME BY AND FILL OUT AN APPLICATION: Gallo Blanco is located in the Clarendon Hotel, 401 West Clarendon Ave, Just south of Indian School Road and 4th Avenue.
    • I’M ONE HIP KITTY! I FOUND MY NEW JOB ONLINE AT THE AUNTIE SUE & UNCLE BOB USED JOB SHACK’S NEW WEBSITE! I had a job…but, that dog I worked for chased me to death…I was mad…I was upset…I started to take a nip of catnip to get through a hard day…I was in prison…an economic prison…No time to look for a new job because I was working and I need this job. I was ready to scratch out the old dog’s one good eye…. THEN!!!! I found the Auntie Sue & Uncle Bob USED JOB SHACK’S JOB BOARD. I could go to the bathroom and scan the new jobs on my smart phone, read their insider Intel on my break and call for appointments while at lunch. This is a great place because it told me what I needed to know to get the new job; they even had the questions to be asked at the interview. More importantly, they showed me how to be working and still apply for new jobs without having to take time off. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Auntie-Sue-Uncle-Bobs-USED-4550 443?trk=my_groups-b-grp-v FREE JOB BOARD OF REAL JOBS FOR REAL WORKING PEOPLE… Click on “SEARCH” if you are not already a member of LinkedIn to see all the jobs in their proper order. Job Books E-book capable… ========================================= Bertha said call her @ 602-687-9439 RESERVE YOUR CAR PORTER JOB TODAY! DRIVE FOR A LARGE RENT-A-CAR AGENCY ========================================================
    • Warehouse Clerk - SW PHX Job Number: 30905. Base Pay: $9/HR. General warehouse positions such as sorting, scanning/receiving, and processing bulk return items. Schedule 6am-2:30 Monday through Friday Fast paced work environment. Attention to detail required. Must be able to stand and walk for 8-10 hour shift. Bend, stoop, and lift up to 50lbs consistently through the day. Basic RF scanning experience required. Minimum 6 months experience in a warehouse environment. http://www.prologistix.com/jobs/job-posting.aspx?id=30905 Contact: Jenny Dagnino AFTER YOU APPLIED TO SET APPOINTMENT @ 602-442-9255 ===================================================== FORKLIFT TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION Every ProLogistix branch has a certified forklift instructor who must pass an annual audit and review by our Risk Services Department. Our instructors conduct the OSHA-compliant portion of the certification in our branches, and we conduct the visual evaluation of each worker's proficiency at operating the material- handling equipment at our clients' worksites.
    • Since 1999, ProLogistix has certified more than 47,000 forklift operators across the country in accordance with OSHA guidelines, and every ProLogistix forklift operator must complete our certification program prior to be being placed at a client worksite. ProLogistix maintains all training records and we make them available in the event of an audit by an OSHA compliance inspector. This short video explains more about our Forklift Certification Program: http://www.prologistix.com/employees/forklift-certification.aspx ============================================================================= Security Guard- Day shift SW PHX Job Number: 29755 Base Pay: $10/HR. Security guard needed for morning shift: 5:30am- 2pm Monday through Friday. Overtime will be required. Duties include: Monitoring indoor and outdoor facilities by camera system or on foot. Check in visitors Inspect packages and handbags, boxes, purses, etc. Respond to fire/security alarms during the work day Experience interacting with large numbers of people Prior security guard experience Ability to stand/walk for 2+ hours per shift Able to use Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word) Valid AZ Driver's license Must be able to lift 20-50 lb. boxes Must be able to sit in a chair 2-4 hours at a time http://www.prologistix.com/jobs/job-posting.aspx?id=29755 Contact: Jenny Dagnino AFTER YOU APPLIED TO SET APPOINTMENT @ 602-442-9255 ============================================================================ Order Selector 2nd shift - Cold Storage - Glendale Job Number: 30397 - Base Pay: $12 Order selecting cases of produce with RF scanner and operating electric pallet rider. Environment is a 35 degree cooler, must be able to work in cold temperature Prior picking experience in a cold storage or work with produce preferred. 1 year experience with electric pallet rider preferred Hours 2pm-12am and must be able to work weekends as part of a regular schedule as well as overtime Steel toe boots Must be able to work in cold temperatures Must have open availability Must be able to work overtime as needed Must have at least 6 months prior picking experience with RF scanner Must have 1 year experience using electric pallet rider http://www.prologistix.com/jobs/job-posting.aspx?id=30397&z= Contact: Jenny Dagnino AFTER YOU APPLIED TO SET APPOINTMENT @ 602-442-9255
    • BREAKING NEWS!!! SSP AMERICA NEW VENUE @ SKY HARBOR Brand new restaurant, we have immediate openings for all levels of employment. Interviews are being held on a daily basis, so apply today for consideration! We have needs for all hourly employees, front and back of house: CASHIER –HOST –UTILITY –BUSSER -COOK SIX MONTHS EXPERIENCE WITH food service environment PREFERRED. High school diploma preferred. TIPSTER: WALK-IN INTERVIEWS ARE BACK! 1710 E. Grant Street #150. Best time is about 10 AM and it is a real interview – so go prepared! 100 OPENINGS! SSP AMERICA – COMPANY CHANGES WITH NEW CEO http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/international/ SSP AMERICA HAS A NEW CEO THAT PUTS FOOD FIRST…CREATES A MORE WOMEN (EMPLOYEE) FRIENDLY WORK ENVIRONMENT… http://foodtravelupdate.com/ KATE SWANN CEO, SSP I have recently joined SSP as CEO. I joined the company because travel retail is a fascinatingly
    • dynamic business and the potential in the sector is enormous. As a leading player in this arena SSP is well placed, and our long and successful heritage, our world-leading portfolio of brands, and the expertise of our people make the company a formidable force SSP AMERICA TO OPEN NEW VENUE @ SKY HARBOR Brand new restaurant, we have immediate openings for all levels of employment. Interviews are being held on a daily basis, so apply today for consideration! We have needs for all hourly employees, front and back of house: Cashier –Host –Utility –Busser -Cook One year experience working in food service environment is essential. High school diploma preferred. 100 OPENINGS! TIPSTER: WALK-IN INTERVIEWS ARE BACK! 1710 E. Grant Street #150. Best time is about 10 AM and it is a real interview – so go prepared! 41-2011.00 Cashiers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41-2011.00?s=cashier 35-3021.00 Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Fast Food http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/7/35-3021.00?s=cashier 35-3022.00 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/8/35-3022.00?s=cashier 35-9031.00 Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35-9031.00?s=host 35-9021.00 Dishwashers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35-9021.00?s=dishwasher IS SSP AMERICA TRULY? Here in Phoenix, SSP America has two separate operations. One is at Sky Harbor Airport and there is the Homeland Security Badging process. The badging process is complicated. Some things are acceptable after “X” number of years while other things are never. Many times, even the employers are not sure.
    • DON’T ASSUME THAT THE ANSWER IS NO. If the employer is not certain how can you be? Contact the Sky Harbor Badging Office and make sure. Better to ask and be surprised than to just walk away from a great opportunity to only find out you were wrong. http://skyharbor.com/about/securitybadging.html SSP AMERICA also has a 48,000 sq. ft. cooking facility off the airport at 16th St. and Grant. Since this is not at the airport, different rules and measures are in place. At the Grant Facility, your skills, abilities are the first consideration. If you have done your job to show them how well you match the skills that they need, you will find that they are much more willing to talk about your past. They are concerned with who you are and what you bring to the table. They look at the age, IMPORTANTLY they want to know the circumstances as to what happened, do you have remorse and what have you done to put your life back together. You need to reassure them that you are NO LONG that person and illustrate by what you have done to make yourself different. Repentant people are unlikely to repeat past mistakes. They look at how old the offence(s) are (with age and lack of additional charges a good indicator of truth on your part). BEST ADVISE “BE HONEST…BEING HUMAN!” If people see you as a human being, then mistakes are expected as is help and assistance. ========================================
    • APPLY IN PERSON: Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm 1710 E Grant St, Phoenix, AZ 85034 Cross Streets: Between E Sky Harbor Cir N and S. 16th Pl. Neighborhoods: Downtown, Central City, South Phoenix STUDY THE BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY AND BE PREPARED TO GIVEN AN EXTENSTED ANSWER TO THE QUESTIONS: • “What do you know about our company?” • “Why do you want to work for us at the Airport?” REMEMBER THE TRADITIONAL OF “I NEED A JOB!” JUST DOES NOT HACK IT! http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/international/page/about/ CHECK THEM OUT AND FIND OUT WHY THEY ARE THE FOOD TRAVEL EXPERTS. ================================================================ USED JOB SHACK SSP STUDY GUIDE: If you really want a career with this company it is to your benefit to know who they are, what they do, how well they do it and what is their future. Why should you put in all this extra effort for another interview at another cooking facility? If you don’t already know the answer to this…you are in the wrong spot, reading the wrong thing. To humor you…let’s go through this again: A. They have just received an 11 year contract with Sky Harbor. B. Since they have been here less than 6 months…they are not going anywhere for a long time and that gives you STABILITY! C. They are young here in the valley but, already, have a rep for promoting from within. Many of the people who went to the initial rounds of interviews (several months back) have already been promoted to leads or supervisors. D. They offer benefits from day one. E. They are ONLY one-third full on their staffing.
    • WHO ARE THEY? • How long have they been in business? • How many countries are they in? • What are their two “catch phrases?” (What two things are their passions?) • How do they see themselves? They are _________ of the ________ Food Industry. • How strongly do they believe in TEAM WORK and how does that work for them? WHO ARE YOU? • Do you share their passions? In what way(s)? Be able to explain how that has an effect upon the quality of your effort at work? • Do you have direct, prior experience in the industry? Related industry? DEPENDING UPON POSITION: COOKING: • Do you have 6 months to a year of work experience? • Do you have a specialty? • Do you know what restaurants that they are cooking for? • How and why would you be good at a specific restaurant or better still in all around cooking? DEPENDING UPON POSITION: CASHIERING/HOST/RETAIL SALES ASSOCIATE: • Can you operate a POS (point-of-sales) cash register? • Do you have good cash handling skills? • How good are you on handling/dealing with complaints? • Would the airport be an exciting place to work? If so, please explain why. • Are you a people person? Do you enjoy and work will in a constantly changing setting? Can you work under pressure? Please be able to have an example or two that demonstrated this. • What does customer service mean to you and how do you make that a part of how you do your job? • What is your concept of team work and how does this affect your daily work? • Have an example in how team work made the difference at being successful.
    • SECURITY: • Are you able to pass a Homeland Security Background Test? Drug Test? • Do you have or can assemble a list of places that you have lived and worked for the past ten years? • Do you already have an AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card? Do you have an AZDPS Security Guard License? HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DRESS TO APPLY? Please remember that they are a very large company and that these positions are NOT at their commissary but, at the airport. How well you present yourself is a factor in the decision making to hire you or not. Dress should be AZ Casual or above. This needs to be “going to work” clothes not “going to the club” or “hanging out at the park” style of fashion. ============================================================================ We are truly the Food Travel Experts, skilled in combining global reach with a distinctive local touch. Drawing on our years of global operational insight and experience we can consistently deliver high quality food and beverage services to travelling customers, in often demanding and challenging operational conditions. http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/international/page/about/ ========================================================================= Comerica Theatre, 400 W. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PREP COOKS http://workatlevy.com/job-detail/27697/2014-05-01 ============================================================================= Banquet Servers Comerica TheatrePhoenixAZ Bartenders Comerica TheatrePhoenixAZ Catering Bartenders Comerica TheatrePhoenixAZ
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    • Working at Pizza Hut® is about making hungry people happy. It’s about being independent and having fun, making new friends and earning extra cash. As a Pizza Hut team member, you can be the smiling face that greets and serves the customers or a cook who make things happen in the kitchen. Working with us will give you the financial rewards and flexibility to suit your lifestyle. You’ll learn new things, get recognized for your efforts and learn skills that last a lifetime. What are we looking for? The good news is that your training will teach you everything you need to know to succeed on the job. But there are a few skills you should have from the get-go: You’re a fun and friendly person who values customers and takes absolute pride in everything you do. Communication skills are key – you’re not going to be able to text message customers back and forth. In other words, you should be comfortable talking to strangers. You’ve got attitude - the right kind of course - and understand the need to be on time, all the time. With loads of energy, you understand that work is easier – and more fun – with some teamwork. And you’re at least 16 years old – 18 if you want to be a driver. Keep in mind, this is just basic information. You’ll find out more after you apply. And independently-owned franchised or licensed locations may have different requirements. We’ve got great jobs for people just starting out in the workforce, looking for a flexible second job or staying in the workforce after retirement. If you want a fun, flexible job with an innovative company, look no further than Pizza Hut. Apply today! Pizza Hut Restaurant General Manager Phoenix, Arizona 702 N 1st St Pizza Hut Assistant Restaurant Manager Phoenix, Arizona 702 N 1st St Pizza Hut Delivery Driver Phoenix, Arizona 702 N 1st St Pizza Hut Shift Manager Phoenix, Arizona 702 N 1st St Pizza Hut Team Member Phoenix, Arizona 702 N 1st St ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SELECT THE STORE CLOSEST TO YOU…DO NOT APPLY OUTSIDE YOUR AREA!
    • Pizza Hut Assistant Restaurant Manager 3602 E Thomas Rd Pizza Hut Delivery Driver Phoenix, Arizona 3602 E Thomas Rd Pizza Hut Shift Manager Phoenix, Arizona 3602 E Thomas Rd Pizza Hut Server Phoenix, Arizona 3602 E Thomas Rd Pizza Hut Team Member Phoenix, Arizona 3602 E Thomas Rd http://jobs.pizzahut.com/ ================================================================ USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…PIZZA HUT! ====================================================== Do you have reliable transportation? Since I lived in the neighborhood, I said "Yes Sir! I do...they are called my feet as I just live down the street!" =========================================================================== Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied in-person and the process took a day Interview Details – I was walking into stores around my neighborhood looking for jobs one Sunday afternoon. I walked into Pizza Hut since they had a Now Hiring sign. The manager was there and he handed me an application to fill out. Afterward he interviewed me on the spot. It's been so long so I can't actually remember the questions, but I'm pretty sure they were your run-of-the-mill honesty questions. In my case the manager was a pretty cool, laid-back guy in his early 20's so he wasn't too harsh. No drug test. I was luckily hired on the spot. Interview Question – • Has there ever been a time you were tempted to steal? ========================================================================== Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied in-person and the process took a day Interview Details – The interview was basically short and sweet. I got an interview from employee referral. The interview lasted at most 1/2 hour because of the explanation of the general job as well as the hours available and some information regarding the store. I was asked what days I would be available, if i had the reliable transportation, generally basic
    • questions. I was hired on the spot, as anyone could've been hired. The interview process is definitely not competitive and there are little to no standards in hiring employees. Interview Question – • What days are you available during the week? • How many hours would you like to work? • Do you have reliable transportation? ===================================================================== Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 1 week Interview Details – Applied and got called in for an interview the next day. Interviewed with the assistant manager, then met with the manager 2 days later. Came back in for training 3 days later. Simple process. Interview Question – • Explain how you would handle a difficult customer? ======================================================================= Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 2 weeks Interview Details – Dress nicely, be polite, ask questions about the company that shows your interest in working for pizza hut, and just be yourself. There is also a test online that asks questions but they are simple and are just common sense. Make sure once you have filled out the application online that you give pizza hut a call to touch base on job opportunities and to get your name in their minds. Interview Question – Honestly there were no difficult or unexpected question. it was a simple process. ======================================================================== Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 2 days Interview Details – Not too bad for a highschool graduate first time interview. Very quick, very comfortable. Interview Question – • What would you say in this situation? ========================================================================= Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 2 weeks Interview Details – I got called for an interview about 2 weeks after submitting my application. When I got to the store, there was another person having an interview (who was also hired), which was right out there in the lobby. The general manager basically told me what the position was and asked me when I could start working. He didn't ask me any other questions and the entire interview process took about 3 minutes. Interview Question – I was not asked any questions other than when I could start working. =========================================================================== Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 3 days Interview Details – Interview was simple; an inexperienced manager who had never given an interview before sat down with me, asked me about what job I wanted, then said I seemed
    • nice and told the hiring manager to hire me; I was hired within two days. This was the simplest interview I have ever experienced. Interview Question – • Are you good with computers? The register system is simple, but I don't want you to blow it up or something. ============================================================================= Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took a day Interview Details – it was a very easy interview . The hiring manager pretty much just told me the company policies and dress code. The only questions he asked me was about my availability then had me fill out some paper work after that told me to come back 2 days later so I could start training which only took like 2 hours then i got to start the next day. Interview Question – • What days are you available? ========================================================================== =================================================================== http://www.arizonagrand.org/index.html 4602 North 24th Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85016 DISHWASHER - ON THE JOB TRAINING PROVIDED ID=9437380497 Operation of the dish machine to include, scraping, soaking, stacking and racking of soiled dishes, glasses, utensils and other service wares. Return services wares to appropriate areas of storage once cleaned and sanitized. Keep all equipment (including racks, bus tubs and rack dollies clean, sanitized and organized).
    • Annual Appreciation Picnic Hunter Contracting hosts an annual Employee Appreciation picnic. This day is set aside as a Thank You to employees and their families. The picnic includes music, games, prizes, food and lots of fun. It is a big hit every year. You must have an email account to continue with the application process. If you do not have an email account, go to www.yahoo.com, www.gmail.com or www.hotmail.com and follow the directions for creating a free email account. Be sure to write down your new email address and password. You will need these to receive correspondence from Hunter regarding your applications. https://www.infinityhr.com/extranet/recruiting.aspx?id=61133dd5-eef1-44bf-8a07- a760cc9fa0ea FIRST TIME USERS: Click on the job for which you'd like to apply, then click on the "Apply for this Job" button. You will then begin to build your Applicant Profile. The Applicant Profile consists of a series of tabs that allow you to tell us about yourself, your skills and your work experience. You will set up your own User ID and Password. (Be sure to write down your new user ID and password for future visits.) Concrete Finisher - Phoenix Metro Phoenix Field Concrete Laborer - Phoenix Metro Phoenix Field Construction Shop Mechanic – Gilbert Formsetting Carpenter - Phoenix Metro General Laborer - Phoenix Metro Phoenix Field Heavy Equipment Operator - Phoenix Metro Phoenix Field Pipe Laborer - Phoenix Metro Pipe Layer - Phoenix Metro Transport Driver – Arizona Shop Water Truck Driver - Phoenix Metro Phoenix Field
    • EACH STORE IS A FRANCHISE…EACH STORE HIRES ON THEIR OWN… USE THIS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE! GETTING HIRED HERE! Jiffy Lube® Service Center #2085 2921 N 32nd St. Phoenix , AZ 85018-6801 US 602-956-5742 - 2.08 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #2269 2702 E Indian School Rd. Phoenix , AZ 85016-6854 US 602-957-4549 - 3.13 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #1860 2727 N SCOTTSDALE RD. SCOTTSDALE , AZ 85257-1348 US 480-947-7705 - 3.58 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #2094 7610 E McDowell Rd. Scottsdale , AZ 85257-3608 US 480-941-4291 - 3.87 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #1665 2014 S RURAL RD. TEMPE , AZ 85282-1408 US 480-921-9695 - 5.17 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #2098 5040 N 7th St. Phoenix , AZ 85014-3101 US 602-265-5023 - 5.67 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #1658 250 W GUADALUPE RD. TEMPE , AZ 85283-5609 US 480-730-8001 - 7.27 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #2088 1202 E Northern Ave. Phoenix , AZ 85020-4217 US 602-997-4150 - 7.50 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #1914 1960 N COUNTRY CLUB DR # 101F MESA , AZ 85201-1704 US 480-898-0348 - 8.41 miles Jiffy Lube® Service Center #2087 2702 W Bethany Home Rd. Phoenix , AZ 85017-1704 US 602-242-6642 8.78 miles TIPSTER: Don’t need tools…but, it helps to know some basics aboutcars, simple drive-a-bility uses on cars. Dress for Success = clean clothes, combed hair and a recent bath helps! Do some homework on how they do things. Show up earily 9AM – Noon on any weekday…Late afternoons won’t work as everyone is too tired to talk to you and they are trying to get caught up. If you are offered a position and what salary they quote you is TOTALLY based upon how well you present yourself and how much they like you! So go with your “A” Game! Ask to fill out an application (correctly – no blanks) with a phone number where you will (can) pick up the phone directly and/or be able to return a call within 30 minutes (you have a window of 1 hour before the employer calls the next applicant on their list). Get the name of who you talked to and call them (at least) once every three days until they hire you or get a restraining order again you! Really impress them by showing up instead of calling!
    • An apprentice is a worker who learns a craft through planned, supervised On-the-Job-Learning (OJL) in conjunction with receiving planned, related technical instruction in a classroom setting. They are taught the proper use, care and safe handling of tools and equipment used in their work. Apprentices are a full-time, paid part of the workforce. Apprentices are required to pursue a course of study or enroll in classroom instruction in subjects related to the trade to compliment their on-the-job learning. Apprenticeship is no snap!! If someone is looking for a soft touch, apprenticeship isn’t it. It demands hard work and has tough competition. AN APPRENTICE MUST HAVE THE WILL TO SEE THE PROGRAM THROUGH. • It takes ambition. • It takes drive. • It takes courage. • It takes patience. Are apprentices paid? Yes. Apprentices must be full-time employees of the employer who is sponsoring the training program. However, in the event of a School-to-Registered Apprenticeship program, apprentices may be employed part-time. Typically, the wage of an apprentice starts at 40-50% of a skilled worker's wage. Wages increase progressively with satisfactory completion of work assignments and Related Technical Instruction. ADVANTAGES OF REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP • A paycheck - from day one, you will earn a paycheck guaranteed to increase over time as you learn new skills. • Hands-on career training - as an apprentice, you will receive practical on-the-job training in a wide selection of programs, such as health care, construction, information technology and geospatial careers. • An education - You’ll receive hands-on training and have the potential to earn college credit, even an associate or bachelor’s degree, in many cases paid for by your employer. • A career - once you complete your apprenticeship, you will be on your way to a successful long-term career with a competitive salary, and little or no educational debt. • National industry certification - when you graduate from a career training program, you’ll be certified and can take your certification anywhere in the U.S. • Recognizable partners - many of the nation’s most recognizable companies have Registered Apprenticeship programs
    • HOW TO APPLY TO AN APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM • Call and ask when applications are taken. Some programs take applications any time their office is open, others are only available at certain times. Make sure you don’t miss an opportunity-get all this information first. • Find out what documents you need to bring with you. The programs are required by the Federal Government to keep copies of certain documents. They will return your originals to you. They will not allow you to apply without all documentation. • Ask if they can send you any materials about their programs. If after reading those materials, you still have questions, then call the program office and ask for clarification. Ask if they have a website. Many programs provide excellent information regarding their programs via the internet. • Dress appropriately when you go in for the interview. For most apprenticeships, the rules are changed. Don’t wear a power suit, tie or other “office” attire. Your best bet is a pair of pants and a shirt with a collar. You want to look neat and clean. Shoes should be low heel. Keep jewelry, hair and makeup low key. This is not a time to make a personal statement with your clothing or hair. If you are not sure find out what current employees wear. • Make sure you take a pen (one that you know writes!) a sharp pencil, and a list of addresses and phone numbers (from past employers or references) you may need to fill out your application. Be sure to have the proper documentation that the program requires. Ask any references in advance for permission to use their names. • In your interview emphasize your jobs and hobbies that indicate an interest in the outdoors, fixing or working on your home on your own or helping with alterations or repairs. • Don’t take your children with you. They will get bored and cause problems both during the interview and the selection process. It may not be fair, but it is how it is. Look at this as your first test of how well your child care system works for you. https://www.azdes.gov/landing.aspx?id=10528 =========================================================================== Twenty Two Point Checklist (80 KB PDF). All new or revised sets of Apprenticeship Standards must meet these requirements. https://www.azdes.gov/uploadedFiles/Apprenticeship/standards_of_apprenticehisp_checklist .pdf =============================================================================
    • Program Listing ACF Chef’s Assoc. of Southern Arizona 6890 E. Sunrise Dr., Suite 120, #248 Tucson, AZ 85750 Occupation: Cook/Pastry/Hotel Restaurant Contact: Mario Diaz de Sandy Title: Coordinator Phone: (520) 299-6787 Email: N/A AERO Automatic Sprinkler Co. 21605 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85024 Occupation: Pipe Fitter (Construction) Contact: Frances Cons Title: Coordinator Phone: (623) 580-7800 Email: fcons@aerofire.com Al-Marah Arabians 4101 N. Bear Canyon Rd. Tucson, AZ 85749 Occupation: Horse Trainer Contact: Carlotta Groves Title: Coordinator Phone: (520) 749-1162 x 20 Email: Al-marah@att.net ANEWCO 1677 S. Research Loop Tucson, AZ 85731 Occupation: Machinist Contact: Derik Ackermann Title:N/A Phone: (520) 751-1222 Email: derik@anewco.com ABA/AGC Education 1825 West Adams Phoenix, AZ 85007 Occupation: Electrician. Sheet Metal, Carpenter, Form Builder (Const), Pipe Fitter, Plumber, Sign Erector Contact: Gary Townsley Title: Director Phone: (602) 274-8222 Email: gtownsley@azbuilders.org Arizona Builders’ Alliance Southern Arizona 1661 N. Swan Road, Suite 144 Tucson, AZ 85712 Occupation: Electrician, Plumber, HVAC Contact: Debbie Carson Title: Coordinator Phone: (520) 881-7930 Email: dcarson@azbuilders.org Arizona Chapter, Assoc. General Contr. 1825 West Adams Street Phoenix, AZ 85007 Occupation: Construction Equipment Mechanic, Operating Engineer Contact: Gary Townsley Title: Coordinator Phone: (480) 440-4834 Email: gtownsley@azagc.org
    • Arizona Department of Transportation 2225 South 22nd Ave., MS 071R Phoenix, AZ 85009 Occupation: Operating Engineer Contact: Gary Townsley Title: Coordinator Phone: (480) 440-4834 Email: gtonwnsley@azagc.org Arizona Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers JATC 1841 N. 24th St., #7 Phoenix, AZ 85034 Occupation: Insulation Worker Contact: Joe Simburger Title: Coordinator Phone: (480) 839-1367 Email: jos_sim@msn.com Arizona Masonry Contractors Association 3949 South 28th St. Phoenix, AZ 85040 Occupation: Bricklayer (Construction) Contact: Lisa Prichard Title: Executive Director Phone: (602) 265-5999 Email: lisa@masonryforlife.com Arizona Masonry Contractors Assoc.(Tucson) 2200 W. Gardner Ln. Tucson, AZ 85705 Occupation: Bricklayer (Construction) Contact: Lisa Prichard Title: Executive Director Phone: (602) 265-5999 Email: lisa@masonryforlife.com Arizona Operating Engineers JA&TS 10797 West Randolph Rd. Casa Grande, AZ 85222 Occupation: Const. Equipment Mechanic, Operating Engineers, Plant Operator Contact: Jay Stevens Title: Admin. Manager Phone: (602) 252-1844 Email: jay@aoea428.com Arizona Pipe Fitting Trades JAC 2950 W. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 Occupation: Pipefitter Construction, Plumber, Refrigeration Mechanic Contact: Rick Wieting Title: Training Coordinator Phone: (602) 269-8213, x 190 Email: rwieting@pipetrades.org Arizona Public Service Company P O Box 53933, M/S 3036 Phoenix, AZ 85072 Occupation: Automobile Mechanic, Electric Meter Repairer, Line Maintainer, Electrician (Maintenance) Contact: Lori Erickson Title: Coordinator Phone: (602) 250-2101 Email: lorraine.erickson@aps.com
    • Arizona Public Service, Forestry Dept. 10025 North 21st Ave., PO Box 53933, M/S 3036 Phoenix, AZ 85072 Occupation: Tree Trimmer (Line Clearance Arborist) Contact: Matt Hamblin Title: Coordinator/ Instructor Phone: (602) 371-6559 Email: matt.hamblin@aps.com Arizona Precision Manufacturing 2925 S. Roosevelt Tempe, AZ 82562 Occupation: Machinist, CNC Set-Up Prog. Milling and Turning Contact: Mark Lashinske Title: Coordinator Phone: (602) 267-7248 Email: markl@modinds.com Arizona Sheet Metal JA&TC 2534 East Adams Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 Occupation: Sheet Metal Worker, Heating & Air Conditioning(INST-SER) Contact: George Sapien Title: Coordinator Phone: (602) 275-6511 Email: gsapien@azsheetmetal.org Arizona State Carpenters 4547 W. McDowell, Suite 5 Phoenix, AZ 85035 Occupation: Carpenter, Dry Wall Applicator, Lather, Millwrights Contact: Rod Hemphill Title: N/A Phone: (602) 272-6547 Email: rodh@swctf.org Auer Precision 1050 W. Birchwood Ave Mesa, AZ 85202 Occupation: Tool & Die Maker Contact: Brent Bollong Title: Coordinator Phone: (480) 834-4637 Email: brent.bollong@auerprecision.com CS Construction, Inc. 22023 N. 20th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85027 Contact: Ross Genenbacher Title:N/A Phone: (623) 889-7662 Email: rgenenbacher@cscompanies.com Catalina In-Home Service 1602 E. Fort Lowell Rd. Tucson, AZ 85719 Occupation: Certified Nursing Assistant Contact: Judy Clinco Title: CEO/Owner Phone: (520) 327-6351 Email: Melanie@catalinainhome.com Central Arizona Project 23636 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85024 Occupation: Truck Crane Operator, Machinist, Operating Engineer, Painter Const, Stationary Engineer, Heating andAir Cnditioning, Contact: Michael Chaco Title: Apprenticeship Administrator Phone: (623) 869-2543 Email: mchaco@cap-az.com
    • Federal Correctional Complex 8901 S. Wilmot Road Tucson, AZ 85706 Occupation: Cook, Electrician, Heating Air Conditioning INST-SER Contact: Ruben Carreon Title: N/A Phone: (520) 574-7100 Email: rcarreon@bop.gov Federal Correctional Complex Tucson-USP 8901 S. Wilmot Road Tucson, AZ 85706 Occupation:Electrician, Heating Air Conditioning INST-SER Contact: Ruben Carreon Title: N/A Phone: (520) 574-7100 Email: rcarreon@bop.gov Federal Correctional Institution Safford P O Box 820 Safford, AZ 85540 Occupation: Plumber, Manager Food Services, Welder Combination Electrician Maintenance Contact: Chuck Petersen Title: Coordinator Phone: (928) 428-6600 Email: cpetersen@bop.gov Federal Correctional Inst. UNICOR 37940 N. 45th Ave., Dept. 1650 Phoenix, AZ 85027 Occupation: Cook(ANY IND), Plumber, Quality Control Technician, Electronics Tester, Electrician (Maintenance) Cabinet Worker, Waste Water Treat PL/OP, Manager Food Service, Welder Combination, Heating and Air Conditioning Inst. Serv, Electronics Utility Worker Contact: Terry Gardner Title: Education Specialist Phone: (623) 465-9757x4635 Email: tgardner@bop.gov Finishing Trades Institute of DC15 AZ Local Union 210 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85034 Occupation: Painter Construction Contact: Patricio Melivilu Title: Coordinator Phone: (602)244-0768 Email: paintersap@aol.com Finishing Trades Institute of DC Local Union Local Union 210 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85034 Occupation:Taper, Drywall Finisher Contact: Patricio Melivilu Title: Coordinator Phone: (602)244-0768 Email: paintersap@aol.com IEC of Southern Arizona 1001 N. Alvernon Way, #101 Tucson, AZ 85711 Occupation: Electrician Contact: Norma Sebastian Title: Coordinator Phone: (520) 820-5506 Email: NSebast271@aol.com
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