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    • EDUCATE YOURSELF…GET THE JOB!NEW JOB BOOKS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY April 25th2013UMOM SUPERSTARSIMPRESS AT THESSP AMERICAHIRING EVENTThis morning, brave, fearless UMOM Super Stars will impress the recruiters at SSPAmerica with how prepared they are to starting a new career path with a large,industry-changing company like SSP American.STAY TUNE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT…If you didn’t go with us, then, you still have a chance. Grab an application and ourinterview study guide at the Official Used Job Shack Clearing House andOperations desk in the spacious UMOM Front Lobby. Educated yourself about thecompany and the positions by means of our study guide. Fill out the applicationand go directly to their office over at 1710 E. Grant anytime in the next severaldays (10AM seems to be the best time) and use your new knowledge of theircompany to impress them and show them that you to are a UMOM Super Star!SSP AMERICA HIRING FOR SKY HARBOR OPENINGS!IMMEDIATE INTERVIEWS FOR ALL APPLICANTS!We invite you to apply to join our growing team of hospitality professionals atPhoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.COOKS – CASHIERS – DISHWASHERS –BARTENDERS - OTHERSYOU MUST ATTEND ONE OF OUR JOB FAIRS BELOW TO APPLYMonday - Friday 9am - 4pm1710 E. Grant St, Suite 150THESE WILL BE WORKING DIRECTLY AT THE AIRPORT SO YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PASS THE AIRPORTSECURITY BADGING CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKThe Auntie Sue and Uncle BobUSED JOB SHACK
    • HOW TO GET THEREMake sure that you letthem know that you livein the neighborhood andthat will address anyissue of dependabilityand/or flexibility.===================================================================SOME EXPERIENCE PREFERRED, WILLING TO TRAINCALL ANISTAS @ 1-248-939-1819Panini Bread & Grill needs full/part time, Breakfast/lunch, Gourmetcoffee/catering. Business Hours: Monday/Friday6am to 4pm.4129 E van Buren St. Phoenix, 85008NOTE: Baristas are encouraged to apply…although bartenders can becomebaristas with very little training…same skill sets…tired of being a bartender, start anew career easily!===================================================================CALL US TO WORK ASAP... 602-252-4000NEW JOBS... AUTO AUCTION DRIVING POSITIONS(W. PHOENIX)...ALLEGIANCE STAFFING IS NOWHIRING FOR A BUSY WEST VALLEY AUTOAUCTION...A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE...A CLEANMVR...A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK...RELIABLETRANSPORTATION.FOR QUICKER SERVICE: COME SEE US ATALLEGIANCE STAFFING, 323 E. McDowell ROAD,PHOENIX, AZ 85004 (McDowell Road & 7th Street)
    • ENTRY LEVEL. TOW YARD LOT ATTENDANTMust be Reliable and able to work independently. Some Computer SkillsRequired. MUST have own Transportation. Must be able to work any shift and anydays of the week. Benefits Available.APPLY IN PERSONat 7333 W CaroleLane, Glendale, AZ or Fax Resume to(623) 780-8336-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BELOW IS A CURRENT LIST OFPOSITIONS AVAILABLE WITHINWESTERN TOWING.If interested in making a career with us,please send your resume, recommendations,and salary requirements, to us at:7333 W. Carole Lane, Glendale, AZ. 85303Phone 623 869-0284 Fax 623 780-8336E-Mail: connie.thermes@roadonewest.com WEB: http://westerntowingaz.com/index.aspDispatch1. Available to work all shifts2. Previous dispatch experience a plus3. Area knowledge of Phoenix4. Able to read a map book5. Able to work a computer6. Effective communication skills7. Understands customer service8. Team playerTow Truck and Specialized TransportDrivers1. Available to work all shifts2. Clean Driving record - Able to pass background check3. Professional clean cut appearance (company policy)4. Able to operate a manual transmission - Mechanical knowledge a plus5. Team player6. Good communication skills, including written skills - Customer service skills7. Willingness to learn8. Strong attendance historyCDL and Non CDL positions available
    • EXP LANDSCAPE LABORER? NEED WORK? CALL 602-723-5381 ASK FOR MARCNEED 4 experience LABORERS in planting trees, grading spreading granite, diggingtrenches, full time work, bilingual a plus start tomorrow. Must havetransportation. CALL 602-723-5381 ASK FOR MARC================================================================LANDSCAPE LABORERS NEEDED. CALL FRANK 602-818-5613Must have general knowledge in landscape. 2 positions available on one of oureast valley job sites consisting of planting, installing rock, irrigation and lightgrading. Not easy work!================================================================NEED 2 PEOPLE FOR ABOUT 6 WEEKS CALL MICKEY @ 480-403-7630Will be doing outside misc. work.Painting, landscaping, building tirewalls at local racetrack. Job is temp.$8.50 per hour , 40 hrs.Plus, Monday-Friday. 6am to 3pm, drug testingrequired, need hard workers, all workis outside, call Mickey @ 480-403-7630 or apply at Bonduant school@Firebird raceway gate 3.================================================================IF YOU HAVE AN EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE ATTITUDE –CALL JOHN 602.435.0812Landscape Team member wanted for maintenance company in North Phoenix.Excellent customer service attitude required. Must have experience. Base locationof work is Moon Valley. Starting Hourly Rate $8.00.==================================================================================$300 HIRING BONUS AVAILABLEBECOME A MERRY MAIDS CLEANING PROFESSIONAL!Paid Training; No Experience Required. Most new hires earn promotions within 6months. Requires reliable access to a vehicle, a valid drivers license and proof ofauto insurance. Mileage reimbursement; Cleaning Supplies provided.Merry Maids of Tempe, (480) 719-3555 1839 E Baseline Rd, Tempe, AZ85283
    • Apply in person Thursday, April 25th between 8:00 AM and 11:00 AM ONLYAmerican Auto Recycling, 117 E. Baseline Road Gilbert, AZ 85233American Auto Recycling is accepting applications for an experienced parts puller.Duties will include pulling parts from both complete and dismantled vehicles . Acomplete set of hand tools,auto parts knowledge and mechanical experience isrequired. Prior automotive recycling experience is desired.Forklift experience isa plus.===================================================================FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED FOR OVER 30 YEARSSTOOL AND DINETTE FACTORY HAS ADRIVER/ WAREHOUSE OPENINGMust have clean driving record.*Must have 2 yearsdriving experience in greater Phoenix area. *A plus wouldbe having in home delivery experience.*Depending onexperience, pay will be $10-$15 per hour.This position is full time and this personmust be available to work weekends. We are looking for drivers that can routedeliveries and who are effective in furniture assemble, prepping, and all aspectsof warehouse duties.Please apply in person to 4848 E. Cactus Road #900 Scottsdale, 85254, betweenMonday -Saturday 9am - 5pm. (BUS ROUTE 44).================================================================OPEN INTERVIEWS TOMORROW (THURSDAY, 4/25) AND FRIDAY (4/26) FOR THEWINDSORIf youre a talented, hard-working line cook, prep cook, pastry chef, ordishwasher--we want you in our kitchen!! Do you have serving, bartending, orhost experience? Then we want you on the floor giving our guests an amazingexperience!COME TO THE UPWARD PROJECTS OFFICE FROM 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. WE ARELOCATED AT 5210 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. SUITE 101 IN THE SAME BUILDING ASFEDERAL PIZZA.Please bring a resume to the open interviews.To learn more about our company and concepts, visit their respective websitesbelow: www.postinowinecafe.com or www.federalpizzaphx.com
    • Our Success comes from adding the right "ingredients," which are amazing peoplewho foster an environment of collaboration and fun. (We stress the fun!) Comeand see why people all over the world are drawn to The Cheesecake Factory.Did You Know?•Our sales have more than tripled from $540 millionto approx. $1.8 billion over the last ten years.•We have more than 33,000 staff members and over170 restaurant locations nationwide.•We are expanding globally with plans for 22restaurants to open in the Middle East underalicensing agreement. More to come!WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:http://ww3.cakecareers.com/cheesecakecc/THIS IS A VIRTUAL WALK THROUGH BYSTATION…STUDY THIS CLOSELY…TAKE NOTES!http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/restaurant/restaurant#restaurantSEE THE NEW MENUS HERE…BIG NEWS!http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/chefsCornerLanding/chefscornerLandingREMEMBER…THIS IS ALL IMPORTANT STUFF!KNOWING THIS STUFF MEANS THE DIFFERENCEBETWEEN “YOU ARE HIRED!” AND “THANK YOUBUT, WE WILL LET YOU KNOW!”WHO IS BOB OKURA? To try a home-style version of one of Chef Bobs mostpopular Sunday Brunch recipes:http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/chefscorner/recipes/french_toast_napoleon
    • Scheduling: We offer flexible schedules around your needs. The more open youravailability is, the more hours we can give you! We are open year round and mostholidays, so you will be needed weekends, Sunday brunches, holidays and/orother peak periods.Training: If you’re familiar with The Cheesecake Factory, you know about ourextensive menu and service standards – and as a staff member, you will betrained and quizzed along the way! If you’re in a tipped position, it may take acouple of weeks before you earn you own station on the floor. But it will be worthit as you will be able to provide exceptional service to our guests.Pay Periods: Our pay periods are based on a two-week cycle.Certifications, Licenses and Permits: If the position you are applying for requiresa certification, license or permit, we will need you to have one before you startworking with us…AKA…Food handler’s card after hired but before you starttraining.Appearance and Grooming: We have very high grooming and appearancestandards! If you’re in a guest-facing position, we don’t allow visible tattoos, nose,tongue or facial piercings, or extreme styles of jewelry, hair, makeup or clothing.In compliance with many jurisdictions (and for the health of others) many of ourCheesecake Factory restaurants are non-smoking environments.We hope that this information answers some of your questions and helpsreinforce your enthusiasm about joining our team!A NEED TO WATCH VIDEO…YOU WILL BE ASKED IF YOUWATCHED THIS…THIS A MUST WATCH BEFOREYOU GO FOR AN INTERVIEW.SOME PEOPLE WHERE ASKEDTO WATCH THESE AND THENCOME BACK.HERE YOU SEE WHEREKNOWLEDGE IS THE KEY TOGETTING THESE JOBS!UNLESS YOUR UNCLE IS THEMANAGER…GET IT?http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/careersLanding/careersLandingTHE APPLICATION STARTS HERE:http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/careers/careerOpportunities/restaurantHourly/restaurantHourlyCareersOnline Application is not Mobile Device Compatible
    • The following locations are within 25 miles of the zip code "85008."Phoenix - 2402 East Camelback, #101, Phoenix, AZ 85016 4.76 miles / 7.66 kmCURRENT OPENINGS AT THIS LOCATIONThe Cashier:Ensures that guests are greeted warmly upon entry and over the phone, sharesdescriptions about our many dessert selections, and serves our To Go guests.Additionally, this person assists guests in making menu selections over the phone,takes and rings in orders, packages To Go food and beverages, processespayments, and assists fellow team members to ensure overall guest satisfaction.Requirements and Working Conditions:• 6 months customer service or guest service experience preferred.• Must be upbeat, outgoing and positive.• Must be able to assist guests and possess great guest relations skills.• Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.• Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills.• Ability to work effectively within a team.• Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time.• Ability to lift up to 35 lbs. as needed.• Continuous use of hands and arms.• Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.The Dishwasher:Creates a welcoming environment for our guests by ensuring that all plateware,glassware and silverware are properly clean and sanitized. This person workswithin a team to ensure that these items are stocked throughout the shift.Additionally, the Dishwasher performs housekeeping duties such as sweeping andmopping floors, removing trash, and ensuring restrooms are clean, stocked andorderly.Requirements and Working Conditions:• 3 months’ work experience preferred.• Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.• Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time.• Ability to work effectively within a team.• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed.• Ability to work in elevated temperatures and a wet environment.• Continuous use of hands and arms.• Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.
    • The Busser:Creates a welcoming environment for our guests by ensuring the dining room isclean, free from trash and debris, and tables are set up properly. This personworks within a team to clear and reset tables quickly between seatings.Additionally, the Busser refills bread and beverages for guests, shows guests totheir tables, and performs light housekeeping duties such as sweeping floors,stocking glassware and ice, and ensuring restrooms are clean, stocked andorderly.Requirements and Working Conditions:• 6 months experience as a Busser in a full-service restaurant preferred.• Must be able to assist guests and possess great guest relations skills.• Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.• Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time.• Basic to intermediate English communication skills.• Ability to work effectively within a team.• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed.• Continuous use of hands and arms.• Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.The Steward:Ensures the highest quality products are on hand at all times. The Steward isresponsible for communication with outside vendors, placing orders for food,beverage and dry stock items, and maintaining all storage areas in the restaurant.Requirements and Working Conditions:• 6 months experience in a full-service restaurant preferred.• Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.• Ability to work effectively within a team.• Advanced English reading and communication skills.• Strong attention to detail.• Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time.• Knowledge of weights, measurements, volume and cooking procedures.• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed.• Must be able to work in extreme temperatures (freezers and walk-inrefrigerators).• Continuous use of hands and arms.• Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.
    • The Prep Cook:Ensures the highest quality food is prepared per the exact recipe specifications atall times from our “scratch” kitchen. The Prep Cook is responsible for all aspectsof their assigned station – completes all items on the daily preparation list; keepsthe Line Cooks stocked with basic, critical items throughout the shift; and cleans,sanitizes, and maintains equipment, utensils and tools.Requirements and Working Conditions:• 6 months restaurant experience preferred.• Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.• Ability to work effectively within a team.• Must be able to work quickly in a confined area and stand for extended periodsof time.• Basic English reading and communication skills.• Strong attention to detail.• Knowledge of weights, measurements, volume and cooking procedures.• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed.• Ability to work in elevated temperatures.• Continuous use of hands and arms.• Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.The Line Cook:Ensures the highest quality food is served at all times from our “scratch” kitchen.The Line Cook is responsible for all aspects of their assigned cooking station – setsup and stocks product, cooks and presents dishes according to The CheesecakeFactory recipes, and cleans, sanitizes and maintains equipment, utensils and tools.Requirements and Working Conditions:• One year experience as a Line Cook preferred.• Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.• Ability to work effectively within a team.• Must be able to work quickly in a confined area and stand for extended periodsof time.• Basic English reading and communication skills.• Strong attention to detail.• Knowledge of weights, measurements, volume and cooking procedures.• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed.• Ability to work in elevated temperatures.• Continuous use of hands and arms.• Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.
    • FOR MORE OPENINGS CHECK OUThttp://www.thecheesecakefactory.com/careers/careerOpportunities/restaurantHourly/restaurantHourlyCareersOnline Application is not Mobile Device Compatible---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scottsdale - 15230 North Scottsdale Road,Scottsdale, AZ 85254 11.57 miles / 18.64 kmChandler - 3111 West Chandler Boulevard, #2100,Chandler, AZ 85226 12.34 miles / 19.87 kmMesa - Superstition Springs Center–6613 East Southern Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206 17.85 miles / 28.74 kmPeoria - 16134 North 83rd Avenue,Peoria, AZ 85382 18.47 miles / 29.74 km-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------USED JOB SHACK TIPSTER #1Now you know who this company is. You know where they post their jobs. Youalso know what skills are needed for each opening. So far, 100%!The next step is where 8 out of 10 of you will fail and your application will bedeleted. This is the application process.WHY WILL ONLY 2 OF 10 GET CALLED FOR AN INTERVIEW?WAS IT THAT ONLY 2 HAD THE EXPERIENCE NEEDED?Yes and No. This is really simple to answer. All ten people tried very hardand did their best to fill out the application but, ONLY two used a “CHEATSHEET.”WHAT CHEAT SHEET?The cheat sheet was the job description from the employer. It contains allof the information needed to “ace” the application. It has the skillset laidout in detail (DOESN’T IT?). It has the key words and phrases needed(RIGHT?). Everything that you need to get this job is laid out for you.When the employer asks you to explain what you did for a living, only 2 out of 10applicants will start with the employer’s cheat sheet and use it to create theperfect answer that will show the employer that they have the skills that theemployer was looking for. In other words, they connected the dots between whatthey did and what the employer was looking for.AS THE OLD MAN USE TO SAY…“If I am a mechanic applying for a customer service job…the last thing I will talkabout is repairing cars…I will talk instead about dealing with customers,researching, diagnosis of their problem(s), presenting this information to myclients, seeking their approval to resolve the situation (contract negotiation,contract bidding and “costing” the job)…securing the needed resources and
    • materials to complete the project by means of researching available inventory(s)utilizing advanced inventory management, computer systems. If not available ininventory...the process requires additional and sundry collection of researchtechniques which would be inclusive of industry outreach and the potential ofactuallyoutsourcing the entire acquisition process to acquire the needed materialsfrom an assortment of various vendors or contractors (which then adds anadditional layer of contract negotiations) within the timelines of the contract.Oversee the actual project to completion while maintaining a continual dialog andopen communication(s) with the clients to advise them on project updates and/orurgent situations that might require the urgent need to re-negotiation the termsof project involving costs and/or overruns…thus, further requiring the modificationof the terms to the initial contract.Upon completion of the project, organize all vital project information,documentation(s) and present that to the client.This may include the utilization of approximate level of conflict resolution andmarketing, public relations.Additional skills would center around the advanced usage of customized computersystems and software…”SEE THE DIFFERENCE: Here are the Requirements and Working Conditions:• 3 months’ work experience preferred.Preferred means just that. If you have professional experience talk aboutthat…even if you did not do that as a primary duty. They didn’t ask you that!Unless they say professional experience…have you ever washed a dish, a pot or apan in your live? Unless you grew up with maids and the likes, the correct answeris “I have been doing this all my life.”FOR VETERANS, REMEMBER KP? That actually is professional experience in a highvolume, fast pace commercial kitchen. The correct answer is “I did that in theArmy.” How long were in the Army? 2-3-4-10 years? That is the level of yourexperience.• Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment.Have you ever working in a fast pace, high volume setting? Did they ask if thatwas in a kitchen? Read the question carefully and answer it directly.• Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time.Did you ever stand up or walk around in your previous jobs? Thought so!• Ability to work effectively within a team.Ever work on a team? Thought so! Even when I am by myself, I am still part of alarger team.
    • • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed.Can you? Have you ever had to move anything in your previous jobs?• Ability to work in elevated temperatures and a wetenvironment.Can you? Did you? Did you work outside in the heat or cold? Ever work in anoffice without air conditioners?• Continuous use of hands and arms.Can you? Have you? Explain.• Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.Can you? Have you? Explain.You can now see that if you have lived a normal life, you qualify to be adishwasher at the cheesecake Factory. You need to connect these dots. Do youexpect the employer to see the connections. It is your job at this part of theprocess to do that. If you do, you get hired. If not, you will hear a lot of “Thanksvery much…we will let you know.”===============================================================USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…CHEESECAKE FACTORY…Server at Cheesecake FactoryAccepted Offer – Interviewed Apr 20, 2013Interview Details –The whole process of getting the interview is a lot moredifficult than the actual interview. The Cheesecake Factory only hires newemployees in groups -- usually around March and May. You apply online bytaking a personality and a basic I.Q. test after getting through your tests, you thenget to fill out basic information about yourself. The online application as a wholecan take up to two hours, so be prepared to spend some time on the application.If theyre interested, a manager will more than likely contact you within threedays and have you come in for an interview the next day. If you get called back toget an interview, just remember to dress really professionally!The Cheesecake Factory focuses on how professional employees look, so just puton your business attire and walk in with a smile -- they love smiles. If you do endup applying, good luck! (:
    • Interview Question –They ask basic questions like:Why do you want to work at the Cheesecake Factory?( PLEASE DO NOT MENTION ANYTHING ABOUT MAKING A LOT OF MONEY,BECAUSE THAT WILL ALMOST GUARANTEE A NO-OFFER FROM THEM)How would you respond to an unhappy guest?How would you deal with an angry coworker?Do you see yourself as a responsible person?Negotiation Details –There really is no negotiating while accepting a serverposition. You will get paid minimum wage, but will definitely make a decentamount of tips.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hostess at Cheesecake FactoryAccepted Offer–Apr 4, 2013Interview Details –I had two different interviews. The first was about twentyminutes with a manager who then scheduled another interview with him and theGM. The next interview lasted about an hour.IT WAS MOSTLY BEHAVIORAL QUESTIONS SUCH ASWhat does being a leader mean to you?Describe a time when you went above and beyond for a guest.Describe a time when you had to handle a conflict/disagreement in a groupwork setting.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Food Server at Cheesecake FactoryAccepted Offer – Interviewed Apr 1, 2013Interview Details –The online application process seriously took longer than all ofmy interviews put together! Not even 24 hours after I filled out an applicationonline, I got a call from a manager and she asked me to come in later that day. Iwas shocked! I had filled out applications to a bunch of other places months agoand had never heard back. When I got there I met up with the same woman whohad called me, and her interview was literally only five minutes long! After that,she called over the general manager and he sat down and talked to me for maybe15 minutes and then hired me on the spot! Both the manager and the generalmanager were very kind and seemed to really want to get to know me as a personbefore they made their employment offer.Interview Question –All of the questions were simple ones like:Why do you want to work at this Cheesecake Factory?Why did you have to leave your prior employer?------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    • Line Cook at Cheesecake FactoryAccepted Offer – Interviewed Feb 17, 2013Interview Details –The interview process was very quick. It was during a masshire. I filled my application and didnt know there was a current interview processso I figured I might as well wait. i waited about an hour and I was called to speakwith the Executive Kitchen Manager, at the time I didnt know what his positionwas, and he asked me some questions like what I expected at the cheesecakefactory and whether I wanted to do pizzas (previous experience) .Eventually I got hired on the spot.Interview QuestionsWhat type of dressings do you know?What makes someone a great chef-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hostess at Cheesecake FactoryAccepted Offer – Feb 24, 2013Interview Details –the interview was very relaxed and easygoing. I was asked theroutine interview questions, and the managers were very friendly, and made mefeel comfortable during my interview.Interview Question –WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE CHEESECAKE FACTORY?------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Server at Cheesecake FactoryAccepted Offer – Interviewed Dec 1, 2012Interview Details –3 interview process. First interview was a phone interviewthrough which I had to convince the General Manager I was worth interviewing inperson. Second interview was with a different manager. Questions such as "howpositive are you" were asked. This is definitely importance as no one wants towork with a grumpy co-worker.Also, they seemed interested to really get to know you to see if youd be a goodmatch for the company. I dont want to give too much detail because then itd beeasy to fake your way into the door.Personally, I only want to work with other people who are genuinely positive. Justbe honest. If youre a great match, they will hire you. If you arent a great match,then youre going to hate it here anyway because you can only act for so long.Interview Question –What are the challenges youve had to face with your most recent serving job?They do want you to be as specific and detailed as possible. They want to knowhow much youve already had to put up with before getting to the CheesecakeFactory. Be honest. They know youve had to put up with a lot.===================================================================
    • EXPERIENCED CONCRETE FINISHER TO START IMMEDIATELYTools Needed. Dependable. Must have own TRANSPORTATION.Please apply at Maverick Concrete Construction 75 W. Baseline Rd., #15 Gilbert,AZ 85233(located on the south side of Baseline Rd. West of Mesa Drive in theFiesta Business Center near MacDonald Drive.)==============================================================TRUCK ACCESSORIES / PARTS INSTALLER NEEDEDIMMEDIATELY!Minimum 1 year experience installing truck accessoriesrequired, but the more you have the better. Must haveown tools.A detailed job description will be madeavailable when applying.PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON at Simpson Toolbox Co. 2440 W. McDowell Rd.Phoenix, AZ 85009 (one block west of the I-17) Store hours: M-F 8-5DID YA KNOW? http://www.simpsontoolbox.com/Simpson Toolbox Co has been serving the valley since 1979. We are a truckaccessories retail/wholesale business, working closely with both our in-store andoff-site customers, installing high quality accessories on their new or existingtrucks such as gooseneck and 5th wheel hitches, toolboxes, ladder racks, runningboards, fueltanks, lights, etc.===============================================================EXPERIENCED UPHOLSTERERS CALL BOB @ 480-777-9963We are a small but busy furniture repair and upholstery shop looking for a fulltime upholsterer. Must be able to cut, sew and upholster. Experiencedupholsterers only. Please call for an interview. Bob 480-777-9963==============================================================SEEKING A PRESCHOOL TEACHER FOR AWONDERFUL CLASS OF CHILDRENApplicant must have at least 3 years’ experience in a childcare or preschool as a teacher, work as a team memberwith current staff, and understand you will be the onlyteacher in the room responsible for 5 - 13 childrendepending on age, must be flexible. We are a PreparatoryPreschool! Our clients are professionals and expect thebest from us. You must be well spoken. Have or be ableto get Arizona Fingerprint card (must have a cleancriminal history).Please call to schedule an interview at 602-274-7557Phoenix Preparatory Preschool538 West Highland, Phoenix, AZ 85013 - fax 602-277-0932www.phxprep.com=====================================
    • $12.50 - $13.25 per hourPlease join Adecco at our Tempe Branch for an Open House onThursday, April 25th from 10am-2pm! We have over 100positions opening with multiple call centers immediately!We are hiring for the following open positions!Inbound and Outbound SalesCustomer ServiceMedical CollectionsClerical/Data Entry/FilingIf you have 1-3 years of experience in the above fields please complete anapplication on our website at www.adeccousa.com and join us on Thursday tointerview with a Recruiter!Adecco Tempe - #5074123 E Baseline Rd, #104Tempe, AZ 85283http://blog.adeccousa.com/way-to-work-careerathon/
    • Mature Workers ProgramsSenior Community Service Employment ProgramThe Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), also referred to asTitle V of the Older Americans Act, fosters useful part-time training opportunities(community service assignments) with nonprofit or public/government agencies(host agencies) for unemployed low-income persons who are 55 years of age orolder who have poor employment prospects. At the conclusion of training,program participants are assisted in pursuing and securing employmentopportunities.BENEFITS:Participants of SCSEP receive the following program benefits:A training wage consistent with the current minimum wage for up to 20hours of community service assignment.An annual physical examination paid for by SCSEP.Worker’s compensation coverage.TRAINING:Training goals are set dependent upon the individual employment plan. Byachieving these goals, SCSEP participants will be prepared to achieve self-sufficiency through unsubsidized employment.SCSEP training wages can affect certain benefits, i.e. Social Security income, disabilitybenefits, pensions, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Arizona Health CareCost Containment System (AHCCCS). Applicants are encouraged to contact their benefitsource to verify how Title V wages will affect their benefit income. SCSEP does not affect HUDhousing or food stamp eligibility.Area Agency on Aging 1366 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 108 Phoenix AZ, 85014 Phone: 602.264.2255FAX: 602.230.9132 Toll Free: 888.783.7500
    • VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESOmbudsman volunteers serve as advocates for people living in long-term carefacilities, helping to ensure that the best possible quality of life and care isattained. An initial 16 hours of comprehensive training and 4 hours of in- the-fieldtraining, as well as 8 hours of continued training annually, are provided.Ombudsman volunteers are assigned to facilities near their homes. For moreinformation about this rewarding opportunity, please contact Fran Atkinson at(602) 241-6132 or Fran.Atkinson@aaaphx.org==========================================================CAREGIVER RESOURCE ZONESLooking for materials and resources for caregivers? The Area Agency has 13Caregiver Resource Zones located throughout the valley. Drop by one of thefollowing locations to pick up some free materials today: Caregiver ResourceZones, Acacia Library, 750 E. Townley Avenue, Phoenix, AZ (602) 534-5163===========================================================Signing Bonus: $200 signing bonus will be paid after 6 months of employmentwith a minimum of 200 hours worked.If you have a passion for making adifference in someones life then, please consider a career at Adultcare AssistanceHomecare.http://www.adultcareassistance.com/careers/jobs/•Part Time •Full Time •Flexible hours=============================================================Home Companion -- Beatitudes Campus -- Home HealthREQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or GED at a minimum -Current CPR/First Aid certification - Prior relevant experiencedesired - Certified as a Caregiver or Nursing Assistant (CNA) inthis state (preferred, but not required).Willing to usepersonal vehicle to provide necessary transportation forclients - Current drivers license and proof of automobile insurance in this state.1610 W. Glendale Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85021 http://beatitudescampus.org=================================================================
    • http://jobs.fsl.org/1201 East Thomas Road | Phoenix, AZ 85014 |602.285.1800CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) Full time - PhoenixHome Care Aide On call - ValleywideHousekeeper/Personal Care Aide Full time – Valleywide===============================================================Hospice Aide / Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A.) – PRN - $15/HR.This position will be located in Phoenix, ArizonaHospice of Arizona is seeking a compassionate, emotionally mature professionalto perform under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse. This position isresponsible for providing personal care essential to the patients health, care, andcomfort.Must have reliable transportation, valid drivers license, and theminimum state required liability automobile insurance or access to reliabletransportation.http://americanhospice.applicantpro.com/jobs/27267-9301.html================================================================BRAND NEW OPENING FOR CASHIER – FOOD CITYMaintaining a positive and friendly attitude towards customers and fellowteam members.Engaging with customers through smiles and greetings, offering productinformation, providing selling suggestions and always giving a genuinethank you.Focusing on providing fast and friendly customer service.Requisition #137118 Store Number: 094 - 35th Ave and Van Burenhttps://www.hrapply.com/bashas/AppIndex.jspAPPLY ONLINE & THEN APPLY IN PERSON TO FOLLOW UP & INTRODUCEYOURSELF. PREFERRED TIME IS 9:00-11:00AM or 2:00-4:00PM Monday-Friday.INTRO SCRIPT: (IF YOU LIVE NEAR BY* – within 5 miles) “Since I live here in theneighborhood, I thought that I would stop by and introduce myself because Iapplied online for your new opening for a _______. I was wondering if there wasanyone that I could talk to about this because *insert your “talking Points” skillsand abilities]. THIS IS CRITICAL TO GETTING THIS JOB!*If you do not live local: “Since I was in the neighborhood…”
    • LOCAL JOB SEARCHLocal job search is critical to your job search because most employers routinely REJECTapplications from most of the people who live over ten miles away for the job…five miles if youtell them you have no/limited transportation or more than 30 minutes away from the job siteby bus.This is due to the fact that 80% of a decision to hire or not hire is based upon the factor(s) ofdependability and flexibility. If you live within this range and you start you conversation withthe phrase: “You know, I just live down the street…” you have overcome 80% and if you areexcited about the job; you have a handle on the other 20%...That usually means: “YOU AREHIRED!”Consider that when you see an advertisement; you are one of 500+ people who see thatadvertisement. At that point the footrace is on and your odds of getting this job are running at500 to 1. Not good odds…right?Consider that 97% of all companies in Arizonaemploy less than ten employees.Consider that many of these companies cannot afford to $250-300 advertisements or the 500resumes that they will get from the cheap Craig List’s Advertisement.So this means that there are many companies who will run an advertisement ONLY as a lastresort and ONLY if they cannot find someone by letting their current employees refer people,from the sign in the window or other cheaper means of searching.So this means that there are many companies that have current unadvertised openings andthat very few (if any of those 500 people from above) job seekers know anything about thesejobs or companies.WHAT IF we could show you a way to find these companies and to find all of thesecompanies that are within that 5-10 mile range, broken down by occupation orindustry?WHAT WOULD access to this great source of information give to you in terms of anadvantage over those 500 other job seekers…?WHAT IF you had an actual script to help you start a conversation with any of theseemployers?
    • HOW TO LOCALIZE YOU SEARCHWithin 1-5 miles of your home there are hundreds of businesses (both large and small); youpass by them, every day, without ever a thought that this is a treasure chest of awaiting jobsand opportunities.In almost every career field there are employers that need a person with your skills and the saddisconnect is that they do not know you either.Where do you start? How do you, in a logical and systematic way, discover these hidden jobs?The answer is easier than you can imagine. The way to get a list of these companies is only aclick way. Below we will work you through the easy steps of discovery and then, we will showyou how to take your list and turn it into a job.STEP ONE:The process starts with a visit to www.yellowpages.comA. Conduct a search by industry by putting in “restaurant” in the search field at the top of thepage.B. put in your home zip code as the address.(The search will compile a list….)C. Redo the search by changing “best choices” to distance.(this will resort the list by distance from your home; with the companies at the top being theclosest to you…this list will surprise you in how long it is and you will be amazed that there areso many companies that close to your home…many within walking or bicycling rang of yourhome…no more issues of long bus rides or living one car breakdown away from disaster…)STEP TWO:Print out you list (if possible). Your Job Search list will give you the name of the company, theaddress and a phone number. Good so far…but, now what?Depending upon the industry; your next step could be to call each company utilizing (modifyingto your own info) our suggested scripts or it might be important to go in person to introduceyourself (with one of our suggested scripts).Different industries require different contact methods. The restaurant, fast food or retailemployers will be best reached between 2-4 PM – which is their downtime and where they aremore likely to have the time to talk to you.With other businesses; the best time is 10AM to Noon.CALL OR VISIT?Small business owners put much value on face-to-face meetings and put even more value uponin a person who was interested enough to present themselves in person. The go in personapproach shows that you are motivated and that you are really interested in working for them.Calling is less time consuming; you can screen many more companies and it is easier but…youmust realize that without the proper script; you might be wasting time and energy.REMEMBER IT IS VERY EASY TO SAY NO OVER THE PHONE THAN IT IS TO SAY NO IN PERSON.SCRIPT:ON THE PHONE: Before you call, get online and learn as much about the company that you can.If they have an online application – do it now and save time/rejection. All calls should BETWEEN09-11AM OR 2-4PM ONLY! These are the down times at most businesses and you will findpeople more inclined to have the time to talk to you.
    • “I live in the neighborhood and I have ___ years of experience in ________ and I was wonderingif I could stop by later today and talk to someone about UPCOMING OPENING?”IN PERSON: (fastest means of going to work and saves time…the ONLY downside is that justshowing up could mean that there is no manager on site…) Times are the same. “Since I livehere in the neighborhood, I thought that I would stop by and introduce myself because Iapplied online for your new opening for a _______. I was wondering if there was anyone that Icould talk to about this because *insert your “talking Points” skills and abilities+.*If you do not live local: “Since I was in the neighborhood…”===============================================================BRAND NEW OPENING! Night Crew Clerk – FOOD CITYThe night crew clerk or non-checking clerk maintains and replenishes generaldepartment (grocery, frozen foods, liquor, non-foods and health and beautycare), merchandise.Must be at least 18 years old.Requisition #137090 Phoenix Food City 148 32nd St and McDowell Rd---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BRAND NEW OPENING – Produce Clerk – FOOD CITYUnloading trailers, receiving merchandise verifying orders, breaking downproduce loads, positioning cases of product in the produce warehouse or walk-incooler.Understanding proper product trimming, rotation, culling, crisping andwatering techniques and procedures and ensuring productattractiveness.Requisition #137077 Phoenix Food City 162 7th Ave and SouthernAvehttps://www.hrapply.com/bashas/AppIndex.jspAPPLY ONLINE & THEN APPLY IN PERSON TO FOLLOW UP & INTRODUCEYOURSELF. PREFERRED TIME IS 9:00-11:00AM or 2:00-4:00PM Monday-Friday.===============================================================CIRCLE K(Apply at www.circlekaz.comTHEN VISITTHE STORES YOUAPPLIED FOR…9-11 AM or 2-4PM)700+ VALLEY WIDE OPENING RIGHT NOW!Full-time or Part-time Accident Insurance Weekly PayTuition Assistance Retirement Plan Direct DepositPaid Training Profit Sharing Holiday PayBonus Program Options Medical/Dental Plan Vacation Pay
    • Because our approximately640 stores in Arizona andNevada are open 24/7, 365days a year, we canaccommodate a variety ofschedules and hours. Plusprovide a workplace inproximity to where youneed to be. Circle K payscompetitive wages andoffers many benefits.http://www.circlekaz.com/careers.aspxOVER 700 CURRENT OPENINGS ACROSS THE VALLEYCASHIER AT CIRCLE K STORESInterview Details –Good initial application process via the internet only. They lay out all thatis expected of you and how you will be compensated. Good interview process face to face. Theydont hide anything from prospective employees. Its hard work, standing for up to eight hours,working in cold climate (walk in coolers), hot climate (working outdoors), occasional heavy andrepetitive lifting (stocking store with supplies and inventory), and how to maintain a safe workenvironment (dropping cash in safe, often) so as not to attract robberies.Interview Question –How to deal with an angry customer?They are testing you to see how you handle yourself and represent the company. I thought verycarefully about this before I answered it. You would think, well duh, but some people just dontknow how to interview.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Customer Service Representative at Circle K StoresInterview Details –Started with a phone interview and asked basic questions about fraud,theft, and dishonesty. Manager asked about prior experience pertaining to personal
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