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EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE With yet another 300+ new jobs employer direct for your employment acquiring proposes. The Used Job Shack reserves the right to limit consumption of actual employer to two......

EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE With yet another 300+ new jobs employer direct for your employment acquiring proposes. The Used Job Shack reserves the right to limit consumption of actual employer to two jobs per employment consumers. Proof of unemployment is not required to apply. All applications accepted but only the best done will be called. Shop early for best selection. No rain checks or reserves. All hires final unless revoked by employer.
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  • 1. A LOCAL CONTRACTOR NEEDS YOU… HELP REDESIGN YOUR LOCAL WALMART Local company has been contracted to help in the reorganization (redesign) of the local Walmart Stores. They need general laborers to help tear down shelves, put up shelves, move and restock merchandise. THIS WILL BE THIRD SHIFT WORK Starting @ $8/HR with Bonuses! ASK FOR Mo… 1-561-889-2993 (CALL for info, an appointment or directions) EMPLOYER HAS ALREADY HIRED UMOM CAMPERS AND WOULD LIKE TO HIRE MORE!!!
  • 2. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! WHAT IS A QUALITY JOB? What is a quality job? How do you define quality? Well campers, it is in the eye of the individual job seeker. It is determined by you current status and your current prospects. It is how you perceive your work self and/or in what you want to do. It would be nice if we all could earn $20-30-40 per hour but, not all of us have the required skills, abilities or (even) luck to achieve these wages. If you truly understand the current, Arizona Labor Market where we have college graduates routinely accepting jobs at $10-12 per hour and an employer base that fights tooth and nail against raising the minimum wage or who freely associate a “living wage” with the worst form of communism or the end of civilization, you would be hard pressed to make a case for saying that the threshold for a quality job wage in Arizona would start at $12+ per hour is not realistic especially when we are dealing with displaced homemakers, the under-educated, entry or re- entry workers, those recently released and those with other barriers. The reality of our entry level in this market where those without barriers and who are currently in the job market find it hard to acquire this $12 standard, how can we expect the vast number of people who have been out of the workforce for (some for many years) a long time to achieve this standard? When we promote a measure to success as being your ability to achieve a quality job (in a market where these jobs do not exist) we are really saying to this vast number of people “you are a failure!” Here at the Used Job shack, our definition of a quality job is that we have a job where we didn’t - as we too well understand the reality of $8 per hour is preferable to zero dollars per hour. We understand that a quality job is more than salary; it is about finding our place where we want to be, doing work that we enjoy and being around people we enjoy. Given that definition, we must say that we all know many people with big salaries that do not have a quality job. When we use salary alone to measure success then we really do not understand the real needs of the clients that we claim to serve little-a-lone understand our clients. - Dr. Seine LaGone, Publisher, Used Job Shack 2014
  • 3. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! Is an $11.50-an-Hour Minimum Wage Coming to a City Near You? Washington, D.C., Here in Washington, a living-wage victory could provide a national road map for labor activists. Our nation's capital made international news this week when local lawmakers passed the most generous living-wage bill in the United States, which means workers in the District of Columbia will earn a minimum wage of $11.50 per hour by 2016. Wisely, activists and local politicians partnered with neighboring Montgomery and Prince George's counties in Maryland to raise their minimum wage to $11.50 by the year 2017. The move guarantees that businesses looking to save on labor costs won’t be able to skirt the district’s wage laws by fleeing to the suburbs. This movement at the local [level] is hugely important to win real concrete policy change nationally,” she tells TakePart. “It’s changing the conversation in D.C. and building momentum for what’s possible at a federal level. It shows the president and national legislators that this effort has grassroots political support.” http://www.takepart.com/article/2013/12/19/1150-hourly-minimum-wage-coming-city-near-you =========================================================================== WARNING: THIS APPLICATION WILL BE ACTIVE FOR 30 DAYS WHICH MEANS YOU NEED ONET ONLINE TO GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME. The average American cashier makes $20,230 a year, a salary that in a single-earner household would leave a family of four living under the poverty line. But if he works the cash registers at QuikTrip, it's an entirely different story. The convenience-store and gas-station chain offers entry- level employees an annual salary of around $40,000, plus benefits. Those high wages didn't stop QuikTrip from prospering in a hostile economic climate.
  • 4. Many employers believe that one of the best ways to raise their profit margin is to cut labor costs. But companies like QuikTrip, the grocery-store chain Trader Joe's, and Costco Wholesale are proving that the decision to offer low wages is a choice, not an economic necessity. http://www.quiktrip.com/Jobs/Store/Job-Application-Form Pay Incentives • Entry-Level Assistant Managers are eligible to earn skill-based raises at their six-month anniversary. At one-year anniversary the Night or Relief Assistant is eligible to earn a pay raise. • Part-Time Clerks are eligible to earn a customer service bonus after six months service. • Every six months, Part-Time Clerks earn a retention bonus based on their total number of hours worked during the previous six months. ========================================================================== Position Hours/Week Starting Rate Weekly Pay Estimated Annual Relief / Night Assistant 46 $10.99 $538 $37,100 (includes bonus) ============================================================================= The Phoenix Division currently consists of 105 stores; 87 of those are in the Phoenix metropolitan area and 18 are in Tucson. All applicants should apply at the division office or online. If selected, applicant will be contacted for an interview held at the division office at 1116 East Broadway Road, Tempe, Arizona 85282 ========================================================================== The real stars of our operation are our crew who do a little of everything—run registers, stock shelves, merchandise products, chat up our terrific customers—there's never a dull moment. Have special skills with food, wine or art? We'll put those to work, too. Many of our Crew also has special talents that we put to good use around here. If art is your thing, you can craft imaginative, informative, handmade store signs that promote Trader Joe's products — and make our customers say, "WOW!" We use a lot of chalk, so if that's a medium you're comfortable with, even better. Know a thing or two about wine? Share your knowledge and delight our customers by helping to answer their questions and make recommendations. Have a passion for people and cooking? Grab an apron and help us plan, prepare and serve bite-sized portions of our fabulous food to customers while they shop.
  • 5. All of our stores accept applications in person each and every day for Crew positions. To find out which stores have immediate needs you can search openings... http://sj.tbe.taleo.net/SJ2/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=TRADERJOES&cws=1 No need to fret! All of our stores accept applications each and every day for Crew, Mate and RMT positions. We can't wait to meet you! TIPSTER: Best to go “OLD SCHOOL” and get out there and make friends by introducing yourself at a non-busy time (like 10 AM – NOON or 2 -4 PM). Go looking ready to go to work, make sure you have done your homework about who they are, what they do and why, and have a killer application (done with ONET) online with them. Go out to the closest store and let them know that you applied for the position _______ (remember only apply for one – not all unless you don’t want to be hired) and you thought you would come out and introduce yourself to your manager and ask them to please pull my application. Trader Joe's Phoenix - Town & Country (90) 4821 N 20th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016 Trader Joe's Scottsdale (94) 6202 N Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85253 Trader Joe's Paradise Valley (282) 4726 East Shea Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85028 Trader Joe's Tempe (93) 6460 S McClintock Dr. Tempe, AZ 85283 Trader Joe's Ahwatukee (177) 4025 E Chandler Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85048 Trader Joe's N Scottsdale (87) 7555 E Frank Lloyd Wright, Scots, AZ 85260 Trader Joe's Mesa (89) 2050 E Baseline Rd. Mesa, AZ 85204 Trader Joe's Glendale (85) 7720 West Bell Rd. Glendale, AZ 85308 Trader Joe's Surprise (92) 14095 W Grand Ave. Surprise, AZ 85374 ==================================================================================== NOW HIRING – 158 OPENINGS VALLEY WIDE TOP TEN EMPLOYER IN AZ We're constantly adding new stores and expanding our business so you never know when we may "sprout" in your neighborhood. But one thing is for sure: working at Sprouts is a lot of fun! Sounds right up your alley? All you need is a passion for people and flair for food. We can show you the rest. https://www.sprouts.com/w eb/guest/careers
  • 6. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! WHAT'S IT LIKE TO WORK AT SPROUTS? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHjC3Ear_a4 This is a must watch video because otherwise you will not understand their company’s mantra (their culture) and you will miss by a mile, the correct answer to “why do you want to work for us?” =========================================================================== REALLY WANT TO GET HIRED? If you really want any of these 150+ jobs then it is on you to give yourself an advantage over the 100,000 other people here in Phoenix that “need” a job. You need to start this with: A. Use ONET ONLINE to construct your application. You need the key words and phrases that you need to populate into your application/resume. You need ONET to help you discover the skills and the abilities that you didn’t know that you had. B. Transfer the application information back into your resume to give a killer resume for this (or this range of jobs). C. APPLY FOR ONLY ONE JOB AND ONLY APPLY TO THE STORE CLOSEST TO YOU. Every store manager is telling us that if you want to get your application tossed, apply for multiple positions at the same store or at a location that is over 5-10 miles away from your home. D. Do your homework! You need to be able to have an intelligent conversation about the company and/or the industry. You need to understand what makes them tick and why they do what they do – without this, how would you know how you fit or if you would? E. Spruce yourself up, combed hair, brushed teeth and a recent bath will go a long way to getting you a longer interview. Dress for success is how you would you would go to work. If you are going to work at IBM, then please wear a suit. Dress for Success for most entry and/or re-entry jobs is a polo shirt and khakis (for building trades and warehouse you are already over-dressed). Do not go to Home Depot in a suit unless you want to be a business sales rep or a senior manager if want to get hired. F. Put on you walking shoes and go to the store you applied for between 10 AM – Noon or 2 – 4 PM (depending upon the business) to introduce yourself as someone who lives in the neighborhood, who applied online and ask if the manager could “please” pull your application. We had a manager say the other day that the sweetest sound is an applicant saying “I just live down the street…” G. Have a direct contact number where you pick up the phone or (if a message phone) where you can return an employer’s call within 30 minutes (if not sooner). You need to have your voice mail on and accepting calls (not full of messages). You need to remove all cute or profound messages or music and replace that with your name. Important to remember, you
  • 7. have one hour to return a call before the employer calls the next on their list. If you don’t return their call in a prompt manner, they believe that you are no longer interested or you are already working. H. DO NOT CALL THEM UNLESS THEY CALLED YOU. Do not do these if you want the job as the employer will see you as too lazy, uninterested or shy to come in person. I. Have your documentation, prior employer addresses/phone numbers and previous home addresses to fill out the employment paperwork. Always have a current photo ID and your social security card. HERE ARE THEIR LOCAL STORES: 12415 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85032 - 602-971-4177 9301 E. Shea Blvd. #132, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 480-551-9665 1625 E. Glendale Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85020 602-385-2150 245 E. Bell Rd. #15, Phoenix, AZ 85022 602-218-4949 2824 E. Indian School Rd. #126, Phoenix, AZ 85016 602-553-3131 8040 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85021 602-864-6130 4402 N. Miller Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480-941-6001 5130 W. Peoria Ave. Glendale, AZ 85302 623-487-0330 5665 W. Bell Rd. Glendale, AZ 85308 602-896-0300 6760 W. Deer Valley Rd. Glendale, AZ 85310 623-385-4430 1706 E. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282 480-820-4900 8375 W. Thunderbird Rd. Peoria, AZ 85381 623-334-1111 1933 E. Brown Rd. Mesa, AZ 85213 480-668- 5225 E. Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ 85206 480-218-6491 13759 W. Bell Rd. Surprise, AZ 85374 623-544-3121 1813 N. Dysart Rd. Avondale, AZ 85392 623-535-8989 2582 S. Val Vista Dr. Gilbert, AZ 85296 480-821-1511 2855 S. Alma School Rd. Chandler, AZ 85248 480-814-2700 ================================================================ AS THE OLD MAN USE TO SAY… Not every day so you get the cheat sheet directly from the employer. BUMMER! That could really hurt your efforts and might force you to try to recreate the wheel to make your application. ONET = CHEAT SHEET! http://www.onetonline.org/ ================================================================
  • 8. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! WENDY’S HIRING! PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE RESTAURANT 2346 E McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85006 WANT TO GET HIRED? We cannot over emphasis the importance of already knowing (at least the basics) of the menu. Training here consists of you learning the menu and how quickly you learn it, determines how fast they can get you working. If you already know the menu, then how much training do you need? HERE IS HOW YOU GET HIRED HERE: A. Selected the store closest to you (have several backups if they are not hiring) B. Show up looking like you are ready to work. C. Have done your homework about David Thomas and will you be able to impress them with how well you know the menu. D. Have availability to cover the shift(s) that they need. The more open your availability the better your chances. E. Smile and act excited about this opportunity. Be able to give a positive/motivation answer to “Why do you want to work here?” ============================================================================= A SUCCESSFUL JOB SEARCH REQUIRES YOU TO BE ON THE MOVE, SO WHY BE TIED DOWN TO A COMPUTER? The new Adecco mobile app puts hundreds of thousands of job opportunities at your fingertips, right on your iPhone, iPad or Android device! The Adecco App is the staffing industry's premier tool to search for jobs across North America, apply for exciting openings or locate an Adecco office near you. We also deliver the latest career news, advice and insight straight to your mobile device, no matter where you are. So stay plugged in to the job market without having to plug in. DOWNLOAD THE ADECCO MOBILE APP TODAY! https://market.android.com/details?id=com.adecco.android& feature=search_result http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/adecco-jobs/id363736189?mt=8 http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/adecco-jobs/id363736189?mt=8
  • 9. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! So Many Careers You may know State Farm® is a top insurance company. We hire strong employees to help us lead the pack in insurance and financial services. NOW HIRING FOR CAREERS Employment Process Summary To apply for any job opening at State Farm, you need to complete an online application. The first step is to register. From there, just complete the required fields on the application. Everything you need to know is on our How to Apply page. https://careers.statefarm.com/employee/emp-how-to-apply.asp HR Interview If you're contacted by Human Resources for an interview, this may be a phone or face-to-face conversation. Be prepared for the recruiter to ask you questions with regard to your skills and experience. It's also an opportunity for you to discover more about State Farm and the position you applied for. Testing For some positions, general testing may also be part of the HR Screening process. If applicable, your Human Resources contact will provide all the information you need to help you feel informed and prepared throughout the process. Pre-employment assessments you may be required to complete are the State Farm screening batteries (SFsb) and SkilTrak batteries or Language Proficiency Assessment. https://careers.statefarm.com/pdf/SFsb-SkilTrak.pdf https://careers.statefarm.com/pdf/LPA.pdf Hiring Manager Interview If selected, an interview with the hiring manager comes next. This is a face-to-face, competency-based interview designed to gauge how well your skills and experience fit the job
  • 10. opportunity. You’ll also learn more about specific job responsibilities and the actual working environment. Additional Interviews The hiring manager may include other management in your initial interview, or you may be invited back to meet with others from the business function. Contingent Job Offer If selected, you’ll receive a contingent job offer. Pending successful results from a background check and drug test, your offer will be confirmed in writing. Confirmed Job Offer Your job offer will confirm the position, location, salary, start date, and reporting manager. Welcome to State Farm Website Once your job offer is confirmed and accepted, you’ll be given access to a special website just for new employees. It’s designed to provide the information new employees want to know, and to help take the stress out of your first day on the job. The Welcome website is a place where new employees can: •Find out what to wear, what to bring, and all that first day kind of stuff. •Learn more about benefits, pay, time off, and other employee programs. •Check out videos featuring State Farm employees and Company CEO Ed Rust Jr. Gateway Operations Center 444 North 44th St. Phoenix, AZ 85008 Papago Buttes Operations Center 1500 North Priest Drive, Tempe, AZ 85281 Tempe Operations Center 2700 South Sunland Drive, Tempe, AZ 85281 CUSTOMER RESPONSE CENTER (CRC) 3:39 VIDEO! As an extension of the agent's office, CRC is staffed 24/7 with professional, well-trained employees who provide a personal touch with things like initiating newly reported claims, taking premium payments and resetting statefarm.com® passwords. https://careers.statefarm.com/employee/emp-customer- service.asp There’s no such thing as “normal” business hours. https://careers.statefarm.com/employee/emp-customer- service.asp
  • 11. Customer Response Center Representative A Peek at What Employees or Associates Do Talk on the phone to customers, agents, and State Farm employees using scripted responses: • Answer insurance-related questions from callers • Explain processes for claims and provide emergency assistance • Take detailed messages for agents/claims personnel • Provide emergency customer assistance While on the phone, you will utilize computer technology: •Use an online job aid • Use the State Farm intranet to locate information • Send detailed messages to agents and claims personnel • File claim reports using a computer Apply State Farm policies and procedures to unique situations. =========================================================================== Other Things to Know •Work non-standard shifts, including weekends, holidays, and evenings •Complete an extensive, paid training program to learn policies and procedures •Manage a variety of customer service situations •Receive additional on-the-job coaching and training Here’s What Employees or Associates Say About the Job “It is an exciting and ever-changing environment where you are always getting trained on how to do things better.” “Every day at the CRC is fun because it never actually feels like you’re coming to work. The people are great
  • 12. and the atmosphere is so inviting.” “Every customer that you work with is unique and sometimes challenging. You must meet their needs in a way that satisfies both the customer and State Farm policies.” “We alternate between very busy times and very slow times; the continual change of work levels can be challenging.” “You feel important when you have been called upon to help out in a crisis situation, such as a hurricane, Sept. 11th, or an earthquake; however, this can be stressful.” “The CRC is a structured environment, you always know exactly when to be at work, have meetings, and take breaks.” “I enjoy talking to policyholders from all over the country and assisting them when they need us the most. It makes me feel good knowing that I am able to helpthem when their agent is unavailable.” =========================================================================== https://careers.statefarm.com/employee/emp-customer-service.asp ========================================================== NOTE: People with previous fraud or theft convictions may be hard to place but, it will depend upon the age, circumstances and the application’s post history to turn their life around. Other types of offences are less of a barrier to employment. Employer will conduct a background check to determine the truthfulness and transparence of the applicant. KEY HERE IS FULL DISCLOSURE WITH AN EMPHASIS UPON THE CIRCUMSTANCES The employer understands that there is a big difference between “I stole to feed my babies” versus “”I didn’t really steal that big screen TV…It was the Super Bowl and I borrowed it…If my truck hadn’t broke down, I would have brought it back…!” Also, the employer is more concerned in who you are instead of who you were. They want to know that you learned more from the experience than just not get caught again. They are interested and weigh heavily what you have done, what you have achieved and how far you are removed from the person who was in trouble. This is your mission, your job and the better you showcase your transformation, the easier it will be for them to hire you. If you have not turned your life around or feel uncomfortable discussing this, these jobs are not for you and save yourself some grief and don’t apply. It’s on you! They do not owe you. You owe it to yourself but, that is a difference conversation...
  • 13. USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…STATE FARM… Claims Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 2 weeks Interview Details – Applied via their website. Within 3 days, I received an e-mail asking me to complete assessments. These tests included data entry, typing, personality, and logic testing. If you pass those, you are called by a recruiter to schedule a phone interview. The phone interview is prompt, and took an hour. They ask scenario based questions... Tell me a time when, how you handled it and the result. If you do well in the interview process, they will propose an offer on the spot. There is no 1:1 interview that is face to face. Then they use a company called Hire Right to perform back ground checks, drug screening, etc. Start date is 2 months after phone interview (in my case). The also expect you to be able to handle a very strict schedule (they plan out your day from beginning to end) and you need to be flexible with times of the day for work schedule as it varies. If you miss any tasks requested by hire right through email and don’t respond or do what they ask, your offer is voided. I haven't started yet to provide office info. It is a cubical setting. Interview Question – None of the questions were really difficult. you just have to have scenarios ready and be ready to give the situation, how you handled it and the result. Some questions were: • Tell me a time you disagreed with a boss and how you handled it. • Tell me a time you worked as part of a team and they weren't pulling their weight and how you handled it, etc. ==================================== CRC Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 2 weeks Interview Details – 1. Filled out app online 2. Signed disclosure 3. Received testing material 4. Received competitive score email. 5. HR rep Called to schedule phone interview. Had interview and received job offer the same day. I am currently in the drug screen/drug test part of it now. Interview Question – Name a time you and an employee had a difference of opinion and what came of it. ====================================
  • 14. Intern Interview - I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months Interview Details – Simple interview with two - three people at the facility. Questions about my projects, previous work experience, why I chose to work here, and also when I would be ready to start if I were offered. The most important thing I would say is be ready to support what you've worked on and how you were able to solve the problems that you did Interview Question – • What was the most difficult thing you've had to make in recent years? Interview Questions • Tell me a little more about yourself • Give a time where you had to persuade a peer or a coworker to have something go your way. What was the situation and how was the outcome? • Tell me about a time you had to multitask between tasks in a pressure environment. What was the situation and how did you overcome it? • Tell me about a time you went above and beyond for a customer. What was the situation and what was the outcome? • Give me a time when you and your coworkers couldn't agree on a project. What was the situation and how did you overcome it? Customer Service Representative Interview - I applied online and the process took 1 week Interview Details – Well I'm just gone start from the Beginning my first step was a phone interview which was scheduled at 11:30 am but I my interviewer called me late. The guy who interviewed me was pretty straight forward and told me at the beginning of the phone interview to tell him a little about me, but he only wanted to hear stuff that would help me get a job. The questions were pretty typical interview questions, I think the only thing at scared him was when i was said something about going back to school. So if you get an interview with this company please don't mention going back to school unless you are more specific on why, because most companies feel that if you go back. ============================================================================= https://www.hrapply.com/bashas/ AppIndex.jsp LOCALIZE YOUR JOB SEARCH AND YOU CAN ENHANCE YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING HIRED…” - A TIP FROM FOOD CITY… STAY WITHIN 5 MILES OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
  • 15. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! "I AIN'T GOT A RESUME AND THEY WANT ONE!" Do you think they will hold this job until you come up with a resume? You think that a last minute (cookie cutter) resume is going to impress them? So are you going to get into a bad funk and pass up another good job or do something to help yourself? WANT BETTER WAY? Try this. They want you to fax/email them something that impresses them to want to interview you. (In theory) a resume is a way to organize your skills into an easy to understand and read format. NAME: DIRECT CONTACT NUMBER: * I saw your ad and I took some time to check your company out and I was impressed by your YELP Reviews. When I read how you went the extra mile to help your customer, I stopped to think about that and I said that's me. We seem to have a lot in common. Given that, we seem to share so much in terms of our appreciate for quality operations, that I do have the skills and abilities you are looking for to include _____years working in the Industry and I have a clean MVR. I HAVE WORKED FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES IN THE PAST ___YEARS: COMPANY: ________________ ADDRESS - LOCATION: REFERENCE CONTACT: _______________________________ PHONE: ___________ E-MAIL: ______ WHERE I (work related to what this employer is seeking ONLY) ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ _________________
  • 16. (REPEAT THIS FORMAT FOR YOUR OTHER JOBS THAT RELATE TO THIS JOB - * DIRECT PHONE NUMBER: This means where they can reach you immediately or you can return their call within an hour (you have an hour grace period before they call someone else - if you don't return their call quickly, they assume you didn't really want to work after all and might say something about your dependability and work ethic). ================================================================== YOU ARE CALLING FROM? What position are you talking about? What? Who are you again? I’m sorry but I don’t remember… YOU JUST LOST A JOB! DON’T LET THIS BE YOU! MAKE YOUR OWN application LOG… Use this to keep track of the ads that you sent an application: AD DATE: ___________ TIME: _____ COMPANY NAME: _______________ JOB TITLE: _____________________ NOTES:_________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ ___________________________________________ AD DATE: ___________ TIME: _____ COMPANY NAME: _______________ JOB TITLE: _____________________ NOTES:_________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ ___________________________________________
  • 17. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! STARTED @ THE FRONT COUNTER IN 2008… GENERAL MANAGER IN 2012 Q: Why did you make the decision to work at Chipotle? A: I had my own business running a daycare but I decided to relocate to Arizona because I wanted change in my life. It was difficult to find work because people did not want to give me a chance. I walked in to Chipotle expecting them to say no like everyone else but instead the General Manager said you have something that we are looking for. Q: How long did it take you to be promoted? A: I remember when I was approached about becoming a Kitchen Manager. I was surprised that someone who had no experience could become a Manager. I thought it was a joke. Once I became a Kitchen Manager it took me about 18 months to become a General Manager and now I am on the path to become a Restaurateur. Q: What advice do you have for someone interested in Chipotle? A: I would tell them that they could not have picked a better company to want to work for. That they are in for an opportunity that could change the way they think about a fast food restaurant and the quality of food that they are serving. Q: What is your favorite menu item? A: My favorite is the veggie bowl with brown rice, pinto beans, corn salsa, green tomatillo salsa, red tomatillo salsa, cheese and guacamole. Q: How has Chipotle impacted your life? A: Chipotle has taught me so much but I think the biggest thing that I have learned is that I can do anything. Chipotle has trained me to not compromise my standards at work or in my personal life. Hard work and determination does not go unnoticed and that this is truly a company that is about changing people lives. Complete openings here… http://jobs.chipotle.com/ The Best Career Option in Valley!
  • 18. CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO IF YOU WANT TO WORK HERE: http://www.rgis.com/CommonFiles/VLB/engine- 320/swf/player.swf?url=/us_en/video/data/video/RGIS_ FINAL_Master.mp4 RGIShttp://www.rgis.com/us_en/hr/careers/ RGIS was founded in 1958 by Thomas J. Nicholson to offer grocery stores an accurate and economical alternative to in-house inventories. Within a few years, the business expanded throughout the Midwest and started conducting counts in other business environments all over the USA. Today, RGIS is the market leader in supply chain, inventory, insights, merchandising, and optimization, providing solutions to a diverse range of industries – from retail and healthcare to industrial and manufacturing. RGIS Inventory Takers are members of a team (called Team Members) that work together to physically count inventory for our clients and enter information into RGIS equipment. Inventory to be counted varies depending on the client and location to be audited. Items may be located on the floor, tables, or shelves at various heights. Items are generally counted on the shelves, but may be moved if required. Inventories take approximately 4-6 hours to complete; however, it may take longer depending on the size of the location and the level of inventory to be counted. All Inventory Takers receive comprehensive training on RGIS inventory practices and procedures prior to being assigned to an inventory event. INVENTORY TAKER TRAVEL TEAM US-Dist 259 - Phoenix, AZ - USA-AZ-Phoenix, USA-AZ-Glendale, USA-AZ-Gilbert http://www.rgis.com/us_en/hr/careers/
  • 19. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! Experience with Horses Required Hiring Job Coaches to train, to supervise and support adults with developmental disabilities so they can work in the community. Job Coaches teach job readiness and job maintenance skills while providing on- the-job support. Applicants must be able to obtain a Fingerprint Clearance Card and pass background checks, have CPR and First Aid Training, have a valid driver's license and an excellent driving record, and provide character references. Additional training is required upon hire. Applicants must be reliable, flexible, compassionate, and work well as a team. Experience with the developmentally disabled population is preferred and experience with horses and other farm animals is a requirement. When not providing Job Coaching services to individuals with developmental disabilities, duties consist of care of animals including horses and maintenance and cleanliness of the property near 51st Avenue and Happy Valley. FILL OUT AND PRINT APPLICATION FORM: http://www.familypartners.net/employment-opportunities/job-application/ To be considered for employment, please pick up and drop off an application packet from our administrative office located near 91st Avenue, 1 block south of Bell Family Partners, LLC 9051 W. Kelton Lane #7, Peoria, AZ 85382 - 602-997-8300 office ================================================================= CITYSCAPE – 2 E. Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 WANT JOIN DE CREW? Check out the next page to see if you have what it takes…
  • 20. PT LINE COOKS REQUIRE 1-2 YEARS EXP WITH OPEN AVAILABILITY. Can you stand tall and look the Chef in the eye and tell him that you are the one? Do you stand ready to invest in your culinary future? If so! Come on down and see if you can make the cut. The Chef is waiting! TIPSTER: Unless you are a classical trained or a well-seasoned Line Cook, you need to head over to ONET (http://www.onetonline.org/find/) to get a better idea as to the skills and abilities that these positions require because this employer isn’t talking. Do not get fooled that you can just put anything on your application or just turn in your unrelated resume and get considered. COME PREPARED, CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR APPLICATION http://www.foxrc.com/frcwp/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/FRC-Application-revised-March- 2013.pdf Completely fill out the application, spruce up your "A" game, come over any weekday between 2-4 pm, and impress us by how work-ready you are and how much you know about use and what we do. Impress us enough and you may get the job! NOT PREPARED: PLEASE STAY HOME! HINT: The info is available here: http://foxrc.com/company/careers/ It is on "YELP" and in the "NEW TIMES REVIEW SECTIONS." =================================================================== Cooks and Cashiers needed, our newest location is in Tempe! Open interviews August 4-8th from 2pm to 5pm at our Rural and Baseline location @ 815 E Baseline Road #115 Tempe, AZ 85283 Apply beforehand online: www.smashburger.com/joinsmash
  • 21. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! HIRINGFOR OUR GROWING SALES AT • 7TH AVE/PHOENIX OPEN INTERVIEWS BEING HELD NOW! Experience preferred but not required WHEN: Wednesday – Friday TIME: 2:00pm - 4:00pm WHERE: NYPD PIZZA 556 W. McDowell Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85003 (NE Corner 7th Ave/McDowell Rd.) LOOKING FOR SERVERS, COUNTER, DELIVERY DRIVERS & KITCHEN TEAM MEMBERS (COOK, SAUTE, PREP) • Only serious applications will be considered * * HOW DO I BECOME A SERIOUS APPLICANT? They define a serious candidate as a person who shows up looking like they were ready to start work, a person who can impress them with what they know about the company and that has studied the menu. A serious candidate will know what position that they are applying for and can explain why they would be a good fit based upon their skills, abilities and availability…
  • 22. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! Cooks and Cashiers needed, our newest location is in Tempe! Open interviews August 4-8th from 2pm to 5pm at our Rural and Baseline location @ 815 E Baseline Road #115 Tempe, AZ 85283 Apply beforehand online: www.smashburger.com/joinsmash TIPSTER: Ok campers, we went through their application and we want to break the news that you must be prepared to spend a good hour in completing this application because you have to do an assessment after the actual applicant. Also, here are their complete job description(s). Make sure you tear them apart and highlight all the key words and phrases to put into you job description. These descriptions should be good enough if you understand RULE # 4 and you will not need ONET for this. TIPSTER: The assessment sayz that you should answer honestly…Really does say that…PLEASE do not do that or you will be rejected by the computer. For those who do not know how to successfully answer these, we will cut you some slack because it is critical to you getting pass the gatekeeper: A. Always answer that you extremely agree or extremely disagree because any other answer will get you kicked out of the system. B. Remember that these tests determine your suitability to be success in working in a public (retail/service industry) setting. The questions deal with customer service and loss prevention so any answer that is not an extreme response makes you part of the problem instead of part of the solution. C. Customer Service is how you see people and how you interact with them. A sample question will be: “Do you believe that most people are honest?” If you answer “YES” then you are an optimistic person and will be good with dealing with the public in a setting where the
  • 23. customer is always correct. If you say “No” you would make a better backroom or warehouse worker where your nature mistrust is a good trait in dealing with loss prevention. D. The test is tricky in that they rephrase the same core question in about four-to-five different questions to see if you are truthfully answering (consistency). Sample would be “Do you believe that most politicians are honest?” The truthful answer is that they are all a bunch of crooks and should be put in jail but, if you answer this way then you contradict your first answer that you thought that most people are honest – like it or not, politicians are people too. See? We told you that this was a minefield especially where there is a time limit on the assessment. Keep track of your answers to make sure you are consistent. E. PLEASE understand that you need to think like the employer and answer (not truthfully) as you believe the employer would. Any loss prevention question should be answered with the mindset that you would be willing to put your grandmother in prison for eating three pieces of popcorn off the counter if she didn’t pay for them. If you are or act like a human being then you are part of the loss prevention problem because you will hesitate to destroy a co-worker’s life by turning them in immediately. TIPSTER: Tear these job descriptions apart and use this information to enhance and specify your previous employment job descriptions. CASHIERFRONT OF HOUSE JOB DESCRIPTION In this hourly position, we look for people with a passion for serving quality food, having fun at work, and delivering amazing customer service. How do you deliver amazing service? It starts when the guest walks in the door and it continues until they walk out the door. It’s about giving them attention that is as unique and different as the burger they’re eating. It’s easy; just follow the Smash Service Steps! Then there are the usual tasks you would expect to perform as a key member of the Front of House Team: • A Server is responsible for maintaining outstanding customer service as per Company standards, processing sales quickly, accurately and efficiently, POS operations and safeguarding company assets. • Tasks and Responsibilities: • Ensure that each guest receives outstanding service by providing a friendly environment, which includes greeting and acknowledging every guest, maintaining outstanding standards, solid product knowledge and all other aspects of guest service. • Maintain an awareness of all menu items. • Accurately and efficiently process POS transactions and accurately maintain all cash and media at the POS.
  • 24. • Respond appropriately to guest concerns and communicate guest requests to management. • Maintain cleanliness of floors, counter and restrooms at all times. • Check orders for accuracy and portion control. • Deliver food to the guest. • Answer phones according to standards. • Any other tasks as assigned from time to time by any manager. Skills and Competencies: • Ability to process information through POS system. • Ability to communicate with team members and guests. • Ability to read, count, and write to accurately complete all documentation and process payment transactions. • Ability to operate all equipment necessary to perform the job. • Requirements: • Physical ability to stand for extended periods and to move and handle boxes of food and supplies which entails lifting, and perform all functions as set forth above. • Ability to work varied hours/days, including nights, weekends, and holidays, as needed. • Food and/or Alcohol Safety Certifications required based on state and local health department Requirements: Food Handlers Card required based on state and local health department requirements. ========================================================================= Steps to how do you make service Sizzle? It starts when the guest walks in the door and it continues until they walk out the door. It’s about giving them attention that is as unique and different as the burger they’re eating. It’s easy. Check out the steps to Sizzle. • Smile- go ahead, try it. See, that’s not difficult. Just smile…and throw in a hello within 30 seconds of the guest entering the restaurant. Whether you work in the Front of the House or the Back of the House, it’s everyone’s job to greet the guest immediately. • Impress ‘em-know the menu, be able to answer their questions. You work here. You should know stuff like the menu and ingredients. Easy. • Zero, nada, absolutely no mistakes at the register. • Zesty delivery-ok zesty may be a little lame, but make the delivery of their order fun and unique. When you deliver their burger say things like: “Wow, that’s one good looking burger.” • Look out for ‘em-just take care of them. More ketchup, a booster seat for kid (parents really dig that), whatever. Just look out for ‘em. • Enthusiastic thank you and goodbye. It’s not hard. Just pump up the energy level a bit. Be real, but have fun. “Thanks, Joe…see you next time!”
  • 25. COOKSBACK OF HOUSE JOB DESCRIPTION In this hourly position, we look for people with a passion for serving quality food, having fun at work, and delivering amazing customer service. Simply stated, you need to be able to follow the: Then there are the usual tasks you would expect as a key member of the Back of House Team: A Cook is responsible for maintaining outstanding customer service as per Company standards, processing orders quickly, accurately and efficiently and safeguarding company assets. Tasks and Responsibilities: • Prepares and cooks food according to Smashburger prep, menu and recipe standards. • Cleans food preparation equipment and work area. • Adheres to food safety and sanitation guidelines • Respond appropriately to guest concerns and communicate guest requests to management. • Maintain cleanliness of kitchen, floors, counter and restrooms at all times. • Check orders for accuracy and portion control. • Deliver food to the guest when necessary • Answer phones according to standards. • Any other tasks as assigned from time to time by any manager. • Skills and Competencies: • Ability to process information through KVS system. • Ability to communicate with team members and guests. • Ability to read, count, and write to accurately complete all documentation. • Ability to operate all equipment necessary to perform the job.
  • 26. Requirements: • Physical ability to stand for extended periods and to move and handle boxes of food and supplies which entails lifting, and perform all functions as set forth above. • Ability to work varied hours/days, including nights, weekends, and holidays, as needed. ========================================================================== Cooks and Cashiers needed, our newest location is in Tempe! Open interviews August 4-8th from 2pm to 5pm at our Rural and Baseline location @ 815 E Baseline Road #115 Tempe, AZ 85283 Apply beforehand online: www.smashburger.com/joinsmash ============================================================================ You Love Their Burgers, Here’s Their Advice Tom Ryan and David Prokupek of Smashburger, the country’s fastest growing fast casual restaurant, give their expert advice on diving into the restaurant business, understanding your brand and creating the right buzz. http://www.mtvu.com/shows/you-love-their-burgers-heres-their-career-advice/ STUDY THE MENU: http://smashburger.com/wordpress/wp- content/uploads/2014/06/WEBSITE_Menu_760x499_0614.pdf Print out and take it with you to the interview. Read and commit it to memory to impress them as to how little training you will need. DO YOUR HOMEWORK: WHO ARE THEY, WHAT DO THEY DO AND WHY THEY DO. http://smashburger.com/category/uncategorized/
  • 27. EMPLOYMENT STARTS HERE! 1050 E Southern Ave. Suite #D Tempe, Arizona 85282 Chamberlin and Associates will be holding a Maintenance Tech job fair Friday August 1st, from 1pm - 4:00pm!!! Those with previous Multi-family/hotel experience are highly desired. Essential duties include but are not limited to: 1) Electrical, plumbing, carpentry, masonry and painting. 2) Repairing and treating structures such as showers, sinks, appliances, doors/cabinets, walls and building exteriors. 3) Make ready units for new move‐ins. 4) Have a working knowledge of HVAC systems. 5) Responsible for 24 hour emergency maintenance. 6) Schedule and complete preventative maintenance program. 7) Complete grounds work such as: grounds pick up, sweeping and light landscaping. 8) Minor pool maintenance may be required. PROPERTIES HERE IN VALLEY: Bella Gardens - 2634 North 51st Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85035 Bella Manor - 3001 North Black Canyon Highway Phoenix, Arizona 85015 Bella Norte - 8102 North 19th Drive Phoenix, Arizona 85021 Bella Place Apartments - 2025 West Indian School Road Phoenix, Arizona 85015 Bella Vista - 3331 West Taylor Street Phoenix, Arizona 85009 Belleview Estates - 4540 East Belleview Street Phoenix, Arizona 85008 Canyon Woods - 2524 West Glenrosa Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85017 Casa De Flores - 2454 West Campbell Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85015 Casa Monte Vista - 120 West Dobbins Road Phoenix, Arizona 85041
  • 28. SEEKING LABORERS WHO ARE SERIOUS ABOUT WANTING TO WORK Automatic Gate Systems, Inc. 237 S. 23rd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85034 Laborers for automatic iron gate company to install gates, fencing including trenching, digging, pour/forming concrete, use of hand tools. Able to lift 50lbs. Great opportunity for advancement in company. Drug and back ground test conducted. Mechanical and minor Low and High Voltage Electrical experience a plus. Competitive Wage will depend on experience. SHOW THEM THAT YOU ARE SERIOUS GO DOWN AND START A CONVERSATION WITH “Since I live here in the neighborhood, I thought I would stop by to introduce myself. Would anyone have a few moments to talk to me about upcoming openings with your company as I have ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ (Skills, abilities and/or related experience)…” Keep talking until they say you are hired or threaten you with a restraining order… ========================================================================= MISSED ALL THE GOOD JOBS POSTED TODAY? DON’T WANT TO WAIT TILL TOMORROW? GO TO: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=45 50443&trk=hb_side_g THIS IS THE USED JOB SHACK JOB BOARD OPEN 24/7 – NEW JOBS & BOOKS POSTED DAILY.