ANOTHER BIG WAREHOUSE JOB BOOK 22 APRIL 2014

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  • 1. HOW MANY OF YOU CAN SAY THIS? HOW MANY OF YOU BELIEVE THIS? THE START TO MAKING IT THE TRUTH IS TO START BELIEVING! THE FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS… WHAT WILL YOU MAKE OF IT? THE BIG WAREHOUSE SPECIAL ISSUE
  • 2. WEDNESDAY 23 APRIL 2014 PROFESSIONAL RESUME WORKSHOP SENIOR RECRUITERS AND HR MANAGERS FROM SOME OF THE VALLEY’S BIGGEST COMPANIES ARE COMING TO UMOM TO MEET AND HELP YOU CREATE A PRO RESUME! WEDNESDAY NIGHT FROM 6:00 – 8:00 PM Get a once in a lifetime chance to have a senior recruiter or HR Manager work one-on-one with you to create a new professional resume. LEAVE WITH A NEW RESUME AND FREE FLASHDRIVE FOR UMOM CAMPERS ONLY – PLAYCARE AVAILABLE – RSVP @ FISHBOWL
  • 3. WAREHOUSE/LOADER/HELP ER - TEMPE, AZ At least one year prior warehouse experience. Experience in the building material distribution industry is preferred. Experience developing strong customer service relationships. Prior experience operating a forklift is preferred.High School Diploma is required. TIPSTER: We are one of the largest distributors of residential and non-residential roofing and complementary building products in North America. We currently consist of 14 regional companies in 39 states and 6 Canadian Provinces with 240 locations and more than 3,000 employees. We are known throughout the building supply industry for having quality people, quality service and quality building products. Applicants email their resumes to edgar@pacificsupply.com http://www.jobs.net/jobs/beacon-roofing-supply/en-us/job/United- States/Warehouse-Loader-Helper/J3H4B668VTLFY8XM9QH/ ================================================================== Night Warehouse These positions are responsible for warehouse tasks such as order selection, pallet building, and forklift operation. This full-time shift starts at 5:00 pm and runs Monday - Friday. Reqiures High school diploma •Must be physically able to handle demands of the job (lifting, standing, pulling, etc) and be available for overtime •Ability to work in a fast paced environment •Must pass pre-employment tests including a background check and a forklift operation ability test https://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH10/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=WESTERNPAPER&c ws=1&rid=22
  • 4. 25 Production Workers Graveyard shift! Temp to Hire Labor Systems Job Center - Phoenix, AZ - Graveyard shift 25 Production Workers ! (Goodyear) Now hiring Production workers! Shift times 6pm-6am every other weekend off. $9.50ph. We conduct background checks and drug screening. Physical requirements include, but are not limited to, standing for whole shift, bending and lift up to 25 lbs. Temp to Hire Apply BUCKEYE 7707 Highway 85 4am- 12, Tolleson at 9550 W. Van Buren#20 8am-11am, PHOENIX 6601 W. Indian School Road 12-3pm. Please bring ID to prove identity to work in the U.S. ================================================================= WAREHOUSE REPACK FORKLIFT TRAINEE Responsible for repackaging distressed product and various warehouse functions, as assigned, by performing the following duties. https://jobs-hensley.icims.com/jobs/1019/warehouse-repack-forklift- trainee/job?mobile=false&width=1280&height=897&bga=true&needsRedirect=fal se TIPSTER: OK Campers! If you actually believe that you can get this job just because you have a High School or GED, well campers, we will leave our thoughts here. If you really want this job, you will need to get past the gatekeeper and you can easily do that with a quick visit to ONET… 53-7062.00 Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/53-7062.00?s=warehouse 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/43-5081.03?s=warehouse TIPSTER 2: This is a classic example of why you cannot depend upon just their job description and you know that you need to work harder to give yourself an advantage. You need to showcase your skills correctly.
  • 5. TARGET CAREERS http://jobs.target.com/us/united-states/distribution-center-hourly/jobid5242039- seasonal-warehouse-worker?apstr=26src%3DJB-10182 SEASONAL WAREHOUSE WORKER Job Number: 3553356 Locate and remove pallets of merchandise in storage locations. Successfully complete Physical Abilities Test. Use technology to monitor carton count. Process orders quickly and efficiently. Move merchandise weighing up to 60 lbs. Cross- train and work in other departments as necessary, including temperature controlled environments below freezing. ================================================================== MERCHANDISE FLOW TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store- hourly/jobid5211067-merchandise-flow-team- member-jobs 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/43-5081.01?s=Merchandise 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CASHIER TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5216776-cashier- team-member-jobs 41-2011.00 Cashiers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41-2011.00?s=cashier ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SALES FLOOR TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5220035-sales-floor- team-member-jobs http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41-2011.00?s=cashier ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • 6. DISTRIBUTION OPERATIONS INTERN (PHOENIX AZ) http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/campus/jobid4872835-distribution- operations-intern-(phoenix-az)-jobs 11-3071.02 Storage and Distribution Managers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/11- 3071.02?s=Distribution%20Operations ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SALES FLOOR TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5223874-sales-floor- team-member-jobs 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/43-5081.01?s=Merchandise 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MEAT TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5223875-meat-team- member-jobs 51-3022.00 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/51- 3022.00?s=Meat%20Team%20Member ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MERCHANDISE FLOW TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5223876- merchandise-flow-team-member-jobs 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/43-5081.01?s=Merchandise 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SALES FLOOR TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5234028-sales-floor- team-member-jobs
  • 7. 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/43-5081.01?s=Merchandise 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- MERCHANDISE FLOW TEAM MEMBER- PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5234124- merchandise-flow-team-member-jobs 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/43-5081.01?s=Merchandise 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise ------------------------------------------------------------------------- BACKROOM TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5234190-backroom- team-member-jobs 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/43-5081.03?s=warehouse -------------------------------------------------------------------------- MERCHANDISE FLOW TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5241872- merchandise-flow-team-member-jobs 43-5081.01 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/43-5081.01?s=Merchandise 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise ------------------------------------------------------------------------ CASHIER TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5242044-cashier- team-member-jobs http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41-2011.00?s=cashier ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • 8. CART ATTENDANT TEAM MEMBER- PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5242045-cart- attendant-team-member-jobs 53-6021.00 Parking Lot Attendants http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/19/53-6021.00?s=Signing SIGNING TEAM MEMBER- PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5246634-signing- team-member-jobs 51-9198.00 Helpers--Production Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/14/51-9198.00?s=Signing -------------------------------------------------------------------------- CASHIER TEAM MEMBER - PHOENIX, ARIZONA http://jobs.target.com/phoenix/store-hourly/jobid5253345-cashier- team-member-jobs CASHIER http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41-2011.00?s=cashier ================================================ USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…TARGET… Sales Floor Team Leader Interview - I applied online and the process took 1 week Interview Details – 1st: apply online 2nd: they'll call if you meet qualifications 3rd: 1 st interview is with the Team Leader over the phone (Target just started doing this about two years ago, I think it was a horrible idea, it's very informal and not personal at all!) 4th: If team leader likes the phone conversation, they'll call you in for a second interview (in person) with their Executive Team Leader. 5th: If the ETL likes you, HR clerical will come out and give you a job offer (at this time you are offered pay rate) 6th: required drug test within 24hours (if not taken within the time frame, you will be disqualified from the position) 7th: once drug test passes, than you are called in for orientation. (about an 8 hours day/paid with the last 2-3 hours of shadow cashier training)
  • 9. Interview Question – Their interview questions are all  "Tell me about a time" They want to know specifics: what was the Situation, What you did about it, and what was the outcome (Bonus: tell them what you learned from this situation) is how most target employers like you to answer their questions. Most Difficult Question for a entry level candidate:  Tell me about a time you had a disagreement with a peer and what did you do to solve that disagreement (not an exact question, can't really remember any but questions are something similar). Another question that candidates seem to find difficult (which is actually simple)  What are your good qualities and what do you need to improve on? (do not say you do not have anything to improcve; everyone does!) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sale Floor Team Member Interview -I applied in-person and the process took 5 days Interview Details – Typically starts off with an initial phone interview. Questions include: Tell me about a time you had a lot to do in a short period of time, how did you manage that situation? Tell me about a time you had to work in a group to accomplish a goal. And tell me about a time you exceeded someones expectations. After you pass the first interview you move on to a face to face. Sometimes they will both be face to face. It just depends. Interview Question – They are not very difficult questions, but they can tell if you have prepared or not -------------------------------------------------------- Sales Floor Team Member Interview - I applied online and the process took 6 days Interview Details – Interview call came about 3 days after application. The experience was wonderful. I was interviewed by 3 separate ETLs (executive team lead) and they were all very pleasant. The questions seemed very easy, though this may be because I excel at interviews. One of the ETLs was very charming and easy to talk to--I almost forgot that I was in an interview. Very great process overall. Offer came at the end of the interview and I quickly accepted. Interview Question –  Name a time that you had an idea that helped the company through a difficult time. ----------------------------------------------------------
  • 10. Sales Floor Team Member Interview - I applied online and the process took a day Interview Details – I was hired by first going to Target.com/careers and submitting an online application. Less than 5 hours later I got a call to schedule an interview a few days from then. I had the interview at the Target store that I had applied to at 9 am. I wore interview attire which I sure helped me get the position. I was instructed to go to the back room where all the offices and break room was located. I waited there for 5 mins then my first interviewer came and took me to a room. I was asked very easy-going and basic interview questions that I'm sure most average people can answer. Things such as my first job experiences, a time when I handled a difficult situation, why did I pick Target, experiences I had when working in a team setting, etc. He then told me that I fit what Target was looking for and that he would recommend me for a second interview (I had no idea there would be a second interview, especially right after my first one). He sent me back to the break room and then a lady approached me and handed me a questionnaire. It was about 20 multiple-choice questions giving a scenario. I had to pick the BEST possible option for the scenario and then I had to pick the WORST possible option for the same scenario on the following question. It was pretty straight forward and simple. I then went on to complete the questionnaire and handed it back to the lady. I then had to go back to the break room and wait a short while. Then my second interviewer came and got me. She took me to another room and mostly asked me the same questions as the first interviewer. At the end she said that I did good and sent me back to the break room. This time someone from Human Resources came and took me to her office and said that I would be hired if I accepted, which of course I did. She quickly explained my job, what I would do, what to expect, my pay rate and that I would have to do a urinalysis off-site, paid for by Target, and an orientation. I signed the contract, left to take the urinalysis that same day and went to the orientation 3 days later. Overall the process was what I expected from a large retail company - fairly easy interview, low chances of being turned down, and nice experience. Also the entire process was no longer than an hour and a half or so. Interview Question – Most difficult question -  "What is your greatest weakness, or what can you improve on?" It wasn't so much an unexpected question or a difficult one, I'll admit I was just too lazy to practice for possible questions so I wasn't fully able to answer it.
  • 11. HMSMOST WAREHOUSE CLERKS DRIVER ASSISTANTS www.hmshost.com $9.50/HR. Duties will include stocking deliveries of perishable products, label ,date, and rotate products, pulling orders, loading delivery trucks, and riding with drivers to assist in deliveries. Must be 21 years of age , able to pass a 39 month motor vehicle records check, and pass felony background check to obtain a required airport badge. Set schedules with two days off in a row *Pay increases every 6 months *Health, Dental, and Vision insurance *Vacation, Holiday, and Sick pay *Free parking or Valley Metro pass *401k plan with employer contributions. TIPSTER: If you do not see the actual position posted on the website, apply to the closest one available. THEN, when you go visit their HR OFFICE at terminal #3…(YOU ARE GOING OVER, RIGHT?) have a list of the positions that you applied for. TELL THEM THIS WAY: “I was interest in _____ position @ _______but, I am open to other opportunities that might be open or that you feel that I would be a better fit?” DO NOT…DO NOT REPLY “ANYTHING!” THAT WILL TAKE YOU FROM A SERIOUS HERO TO ZERO WITH THEM. Remember if you do not come across as serious about doing a specific job, specifically for them, then they will not do anything for you. By using the above script, you show that you are serious but flexible… I know that it is playing games with words but it is important in how you say this. TIPSTER: If you have not already been to ONET to properly pad your killer resume with key words, phrases and to insure that you are showing ALL of the skills and abilities you have…then REALLY do it and reform your resume to include all this…Unless, you got Old Lady Luck riding with you today… If she is…buy some lotto tickets coming back.
  • 12. 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise 53-3033.00 Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/53-3033.00?s=delivery%20driver ================================================================= WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE $11/hour + benefits. Must be able to open MDC facility at 4am - over at 40th Street/Southern. Willing to work odd hours. At least one year experience working in a warehouse or construction yard. Clean driving record, valid driver's license and ability to obtain DOT Medical Card - 21 years or older (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations) - At least one year experience using a powered lift truck. To apply, complete our Employment Application http://www.americanpv.com/about-us/careers/employment-application TIPSTER: Want to know more about working for American Solar? Read this speech from our President and see what it means to be the best. http://www.americanpv.com/about-us/careers/employment-application/from- the-president/ =============================================================== CALL TODAY! DIAL 602-222-6300 AND ASK FOR ROSIE, RAQUEL, OR CINTHIA! Warehouse workers - IMMEDIATE NEED! Central and West valley areas - 1st and 2nd shift openings with OT available! Jobs are long term/temp to perm! GREAT companies to work for! Store, assemble, package, & measure company products - no exp needed! ================================================================ 1601 West Hatcher, Phoenix Arizona 85021 PREACH BUILDING SUPPLY IS NOW LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED YARD HELP AT OUR PHOENIX LOCATION
  • 13. This is a full time position with possible over time available. Load trucks and secure loads for deliveries - Operate forklift and front loader - Place material back to stock when returned from a job site - Maintain a clean and safe work environment - Keep parking lot, yard and warehouse clean of debris - Must have reliable transportation - Must be able to pass a drug test. APPLY IN PERSON ONLY…. ================================================================= PACKER JOB IN PHOENIX, AZ - $11/HR. Reference: US_EN_1_025074_10407101 $11 Hourly.High School diploma or GED equivalent to knowledge, skills and abilities acquired with 12 years of general education. Ability to make accurate measurements. Knowledge of tolerances and how to remain within tolerances. http://www.adeccousa.com/JobSeekers/JobSearch/Pages/JobDetails.aspx?jobid= US_EN_1_025074_10407101 ================================================================= 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 =============================================================
  • 14. AZ/PRINT PRODUCTION LEVEL 2/29902 JOB IN TEMPE, AZ Reference: US_EN_1_025074_10575953. Workers acting as first responders require basic use of MS Office, sufficient to maintain reporting in Excel; web access knowledge and Internet skills, plus proficiency in PC connectivity to printers as well as printer configuration (setting default parameters)**Experience in a Customer Service environment (minimum 1 year) - High School Diploma or equivalent. Able to demonstrate Intermediate use of:MS office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Web, Internet, and Intranet -Create spreadsheets -Use standard formulas -Sort -Filter, and create graphs - Import/export information -Embed files into applications -Move data between Word and Excel. http://www.adeccousa.com/jobs/industrial- manufacturing/us_en_1_025074_10575953/az-print-production-level-2-29902 ================================================================= ASSEMBLY SOLDERERS job in Phoenix - $11 Hourly Reference: US_EN_1_025074_10511257 Must have more than 5 years assembly experience in electronics or aerospace. Must be able to stand for entire shift. Must be able to lift 35lbs. Mandatory overtime is a possibility. Ability to solder small wires, axial leaded, and fine pitch surface mount parts onto circuit boards. Experience manufacturing circuit boards using automated and semi-automated equipment. Ability to build to assembly drawings, and follow process sheets. Able to handle chemicals such as paints and adhesives to prepare hardware for shipment. Current or past NASA, Mil-Std or J-Standard solder certification a plus. http://www.adeccousa.com/jobs/industrial- manufacturing/us_en_1_025074_10511257/az-assembly-solderers ================================================================= FREE E-BOOK COPIES OF THE USED JOB SHACK! Visit our Job Board for all the newest jobs, TIPS and SECRET INTEL about Real Jobs from Real Employers who need to hire a Real Worker. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Auntie-Sue-Uncle-Bobs-USED- 4550443?trk=my_groups-b-grp-v
  • 15. WAREHOUSE SELECTORS Requisition Number: 3369 Shift: 2:30pm - till finish WORK DAYS: 4 days a week, 10 hour days(MUST work Saturday or Sunday) COMPENSATION: Training Pay: $12 - Production based pay, average: $13.50 We offer competitive pay based upon experience and a good benefit package – medical, dental and optical To learn more about Capstone, visit us at: http://www.capstonelogistics.com All Candidates must meet all hiring eligibility requirements, including background verification and drug screen. This position is in a fast- paced environment; some manual labor with heavy lifting required. Powered pallet jack and fork lift experience is a plus. https://www2.apply2jobs.com/capstonelogistics/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=m External.showJob&RID=3369 43-5081.03 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/43-5081.03?s=Merchandise 53-3033.00 Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/53-3033.00?s=delivery%20driver ================================================================ WAREHOUSE FREIGHT HANDLERS Requisition Number: 3071 TWO SHIFTS: 5AM - till finish or 4:30PM - till finish - Work Days: 5 days a week (weekends as needed) COMPENSATION: Training Pay $8/HR. - Production based pay IF hourly is $13.50 We offer competitive pay based upon experience and a good benefit package – medical, dental and optical
  • 16. All Candidates must meet all hiring eligibility requirements, including background verification and drug screen. This position is in a fast- paced environment; some manual labor with heavy lifting required. Powered pallet jack and fork lift experience is a plus. strong safety awareness, honesty, positive customer service attitude https://www2.apply2jobs.com/capstonelogistics/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=m External.showJob&RID=3071&CurrentPage=1 WAREHOUSE UNLOADER Requisition Number: 3246 Shifts available: 4AM - till finish or 9AM - till finish Compensation: Training Pay: $10/hr. - Regular pay is based on production weekly average $450- $550. This position requires the ability to work until job is completed and able to work in a cold environment. Physical requirements include walking, stooping, lifting up to 75 lbs. and standing for extended periods of time. All Candidates must meet minimum hiring requirements including a background and drug screening. https://www2.apply2jobs.com/capstonelogistics/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=m External.showJob&RID=3246&CurrentPage=1 WAREHOUSE UNLOADER - REQUISITION NUMBER: 1544 https://www2.apply2jobs.com/capstonelogistics/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=m External.showJob&RID=1544&CurrentPage=1 WAREHOUSE UNLOADERS - REQUISITION NUMBER: 2794 https://www2.apply2jobs.com/capstonelogistics/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=m External.showJob&RID=2794&CurrentPage=1 =================================================================== To learn more about Capstone, visit us at: http://www.capstonelogistics.com YOU NEED ONET FOR EACH APPLICATION IF YOU WANT TO MAKE THE CUT…
  • 17. FORKLIFT OPERATOR - PHOENIX, AZ (58582) High school diploma or GED equivalent; a minimum of two years of related experience in trades specific to job requirements; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be able to pass an internal certification program. Operates forklift as directed and without supervision while adhering to all rules and regulations mandated by safety policies and procedures. https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=CRH =============================================================== 53-7051.00 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/53-7051.00?s=forklift =============================================================== LABORER - PHOENIX, AZ (58442) High school diploma or GED, or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Responsible for assisting designated machine operator or production team in a variety of functions including, but not limited to, maintenance, clean-up, yard work, warehouse, production, utilities, material handling and other. NOTE: Superlite Block is a division of Oldcastle Architectural (APG). Oldcastle APG is the leading North American manufacturer of concrete masonry, lawn, garden and paving products and a regional leader in clay brick. The group also produces packaged cement mixes, lightweight aggregates, bagged decorative stone and lime. With over 200 operating locations and 6500 employees, Oldcastle Architectural operates across 38 states and 6 Canadian provinces. https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=CRH =============================================================== 51-9198.00 Helpers--Production Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/15/51-9198.00?s=shop%20hand
  • 18. ENTRY LEVEL PRODUCTION WORKER - CHANDLER, AZ (58366) Capable of passing required physical examination - Able to speak and comprehend basic English - Knowledge of basic tools and their uses PERFORMS A WIDE RANGE OF DUTIES WITHIN THE PLANT INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Strips and cleans concrete forms - Pours concrete - Shovels, vibrates, and finishes and maintains good housekeeping and safety regulations on the shop floor. NOTE: Oldcastle Precast is the leading manufacturer of precast concrete, polymer concrete and plastic products in the United States. Our products range from utility vaults, reinforced concrete pipe, catch basins, drainage and septic tanks, to retaining walls, storm shelters, wall panels, concrete barriers, a variety of prestressed concrete products and more. With more than 80 locations nationwide and 3,000 plus employees, Oldcastle Precast is committed to upholding core values of reliability, quality and service in cutting edge ways. https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=CRH ================================================================== 51-9195.07 Molding and Casting Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/4/51-9195.07?s=production%20worker 51-9198.00 Helpers--Production Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/15/51-9198.00?s=production%20worker ================================================================= FORKLIFT OPERATOR/LOADER - CHANDLER, AZ (55940) High school diploma or GED equivalent; a minimum of two years of related experience in trades specific to job requirements; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be able to pass an internal certification program. Operates forklift as directed and without supervision while adhering to all rules
  • 19. and regulations mandated by safety policies and procedures. The Forklift Operator is accountable for the safe and efficient operation of the vehicle, and may also be required to complete other assignments as needed. Excellent communication and time management skills are ideal for this position. https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=CRH ================================================================= 53-7051.00 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/53-7051.00?s=forklift ================================================================= FORKLIFT OPERATOR - PHOENIX, AZ (57465) High school diploma or GED equivalent; a minimum of two years of related experience in trades specific to job requirements; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be able to pass an internal certification program. Operates forklift as directed and without supervision while adhering to all rules and regulations mandated by safety policies and procedures. The Forklift Operator is accountable for the safe and efficient operation of the vehicle, and may also be required to complete other assignments as needed. Excellent communication and time management skills are ideal for this position. https://career4.successfactors.com/career?company=CRH ================================================================= 53-7051.00 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/53-7051.00?s=forklift ================================================================= CONCRETE LABORER - Our company has a current opening for a Concrete Laborer. Requirements: Capable of passing a required physical examination Knowledge of basic tools Ability to apply basic mathematical skills Responsibilities: Strips and cleans concrete forms Pours concrete Shovels In addition, this individual will be expected to maintain good housekeeping and safety regulations on the shop floor. Read more at http://chandler-az.geebo.com/jobs-online/view/directory/73/listing/143/id/199361588- concrete_laborer/#m0MFmVL9JLAGYFr7.99
  • 20. WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE - $15.50+/HOUR 4450 N 42ND AVE, PHOENIX Keep production supplied by retrieving materials and supplies; operating a forklift, loading and unloading vehicles. DUTIES: Retrieve supplies and materials listed on shipper; shrink-wrapping pallets as necessary * Monitors inventory, reporting discrepancies * Loading flatbed and van-trailer trucks for delivery, complying with DOT standards * Clear production area by securing and moving finished pallets; moving empty pallets * Maintain safe work environment by watching out for foot traffic, keeping aisle ways clear, responding to spills and leaks * Inspect forklift at beginning of every shift, reporting maintenance and repair needs * Keep warehouse organized… http://jobview.monster.com/Warehouse-Associate-Job-Phoenix-AZ- 133064195.aspx =============================================================== 4 DAY PROJECT - EVENT GENERAL LABOR - SCOTTSDALE $12/HR. Must commit to a 4 day project. Event Management Company is looking for temporary help to unload and set up meeting space for a large event in South Scottsdale. DUTIES: Unload/Load trucks -Set up/build meeting space -Lift/push/pull up to 50- 75lbs -Able to Follow Directions REQUIREMENTS: Recent 6 months experience in general labor positions, event set up or moving experience a plus http://www.pridestaff.com/job-details?j=176774 ================================================================= NOW HIRING FOR ALL LOCATIONS! https://nordstrom.taleo.net/careersection/2/moresearch.ftl?lang=en
  • 21. Barista - Scottsdale Fashion Square-150095 Deliver exceptional customer service to all customers who walk through our doors •Be knowledgeable and enthusiastic about coffee, tea and drink preparation and products •Prepare and serve beverages and food items consistently by adhering to all recipe standards •Assist with setup, cleanup, stock work and handling of food items •Taste all drip coffee and espresso to ensure it meets Nordstrom standards. Minimum of 1 year experience in food service/hospitality desired, but not required •Customer service focused and solution oriented •Ability to communicate clearly and professionally with customers and coworkers. TIPSTER: If you are a classical trained Barista, spruce up and take you certificate out to Scottsdale Dashion Park and introduce yourself with your certificate between 2-4PM. https://nordstrom.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl =================================================================== CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE – LAST CHANCE PHOENIX-149594 (CAMELBACK) Last Chance is where customers go for fabulous values on Nordstrom merchandise. When you work for Last Chance, you'll enjoy flexible hours, a friendly atmosphere and competitive pay and benefits. The ideal Last Chance customer service representative is motivated, results oriented and able to meet our customers' expectations with professional and efficient service at the point of sale. https://nordstrom.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl TIPSTER: USE ONET to do your application. THEN, DON'T WAIT TO GET CALLED. GO OUT, INTRODUCE YOURSELF AND ASK THEM TO PULL YOUR APPLICATION. ================================================================== RETAIL SALES - HANDBAGS – SCOTTSDALE FASHION SQUARE-149914 Nordstrom currently has sales openings in our Handbags department. The ideal candidate is motivated, enjoys working one-on-one with customers and thrives in a commissioned sales environment. If you share our love for the customers we
  • 22. serve, the merchandise we sell and the work we do, this is a place for you to build a rewarding career. TIPSTER: Know your fashions - this is more important than experience and is the difference in salary offered. If you don't know fashions, study their website, write down the brands and do someresearch on what they carry. https://nordstrom.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl ================================================================== WORKING AT THE RACK IS A TEAM SPORT Work in the eye of the storm, keeping the stockrooms and sales floor organized, re-stocked and tidy as shoppers hunt for the hidden treasures they’re looking for - Be the keeper of the merchandise, completing all inventory processes and making sure merchandise is properly checked in and is accurately ticketed. Embrace working a flexible schedule. Stock Team - Phoenix/Scottsdale Racks-147966 We are currently accepting applications for the following locations: Shops at Town and Country Rack (CAMELBACK) •Chandler Festival Rack •Scottsdale Promenade Rack •Arrowhead Crossing Rack https://nordstrom.taleo.net/careersection/2 /jobdetail.ftl ==================================== OVER 30 MORE JOBS NOW OPEN! https://nordstrom.taleo.net/careersection/2/moresearch.ftl?lang=en ============================================================ FREE E-BOOK COPIES OF THE USED JOB SHACK! Visit our Job Board for all the newest jobs, TIPS and SECRET INTEL about Real Jobs from Real Employers who need to hire a Real Worker. http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Auntie-Sue-Uncle-Bobs-USED- 4550443?trk=my_groups-b-grp-v
  • 23. YOU WILL NEED ONET TO DO ALL THESE APPLICATIONS ONET will be your best friend in coming up with all of the key words, phrases, skills, and abilities to make it past their computer (the gatekeeper) scan of your application. Remember that the computer will convert your application to a number score (0- 100) and the closer you get to (or over) 100, the quicker you get to the interview. Look at your killer resume or application and count all your key words and phrases. Do you have 100? If not, use ONET. It really is that simple…it is a matter of doing the math. It is a matter if you are willing to take the time to do the application correctly. No matter how many applications you do, if you do them wrong, what have you achieved? TO USE ONET GO HERE: http://www.onetonline.org ============================================================= STAY WITHIN 5 MILES OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD (85008) IN CENTRAL THE PHOENIX/AIRPORT AREA….AS THIS IS YOUR SEARCH LOCAL ZONE… THE BS FACTOR IN YOUR APPLICATION Talked to a retail manager of a big box store today and she educated me on the interview process. She told me that the FATAL “You shot yourself in the foot” mistake(s) that an applicant makes are: FACTOR ONE: The BS Factor comes from applying for stores that are a long way from your home location. The BS is that the employer knows that it is BS that you will or that you can travel to their location on a daily basis without missing days or running late (especially if you are on a bus). Within 5 miles, the bus is reliable transportation after that it is an excuse to being late or being absent. This manager tells me that this is so common with all of her stores; your application is not reviewed unless they are totally desperate. Her suggestion is that if you keep in the 5-10 mile range. The Manager told me, that she really likes to hear that “I just live down the street” as this tells her that you are more likely to be on time and that you will have the flexibility to stay late or come in on your day with short notice. She said that might not be fair but, that is the reality of the retail market.
  • 24. FACTOR TWO: (I never thought about this but, now it makes sense) the second biggest reason that she does not call people is because they applied for multiple openings at her store. According to her (and echoed by other managers) this is a real negative and usually means that she will not waste time with you. The impression that the applicant makes is that they are willing to do anything usually means that they are desperate for employment and that they are just applying for things whether or not they really qualifies for them. She says that this wastes her time trying to figure out what you want to do when you grow up and as she is busy running the store to take that much time on any one candidate. Most importantly, she says that it shows her that you really do not have a specific interest or worse yet (if the applicant is a mess – incomplete, rushed, and hard-to-read and/or lacks details or doesn’t relate to the skills that she is looking for) you don’t care. To her the application represents you at your best and she judges it as such. Her suggestion is to read the job descriptions and determine which job is a perfect fit for your skills (you need to do this as she doesn’t have the time or interest to do) and, then, apply for that job. She said that you must complete the application with an emphasis on the skills, abilities or experience that is requested in the ad. She said that this should be your base to build a case that she needs to call you in for an interview. The application must be neat and easy for her to read (sloppy applications are tossed as they take too much time to figure out). Remember, to her, this is your very best and sloppiness is a sign that you really didn’t want this job. She told me that it is critical that you show her that you have the skills that she needs and that you need to show how your experience (outside of the specific job you applied for) related to the specific job you applied for. She said you need to show the connection. She said that is your job not her’s as she has a job and she ended the thought by saying that she isn’t Colombo! Put this all together and you have an application that will impress her enough to call you. If not, try again in six months – as that is how long they keep them on file. She also warned about putting in multiple applications with slightly different names as her company’s computer will catch and flag them as bogus. If you application is flagged, then the system will delete it any further applications from you – which means you wasted your time. On a final note, she told me that applications that look like the applicant took the time, made the effort to do correctly and that are to the point are the ones that she sits aside and takes a second, longer look at before she calls. Better have a
  • 25. good number where she can reach you at. She told me that this is her biggest complaint about applicants because a bad number or your failure to promptly return her call will cost you a job. Further to this point, she said that she assumes you really wanted the job or you wouldn’t have applied and she cannot understand people whose voice mail is full or not turned on. She told us to warn you that you have an hour of opportunity to call her back before she calls the next good applicant on her list. She says that she cannot more strongly remind applicants that all of these things are their duty and part of the process of getting the job. She finished by saying that if an applicant needs to be serious about the process and if they are not, then, they need to stop applying and stay home! {From the manager’s own mouth…I would read it through several times to make sure that I get it…this is the process…your future is in your own hands and how hard you are willing to work to help yourself! ============================================================= HERE IS SIMILAR ADVICE FROM YET ANOTHER MAJOR EMPLOYER! STEP ONE: APPLY ONLINE… http://www.careersatsafeway.com/ DID YOU KNOW? 80% of all applications get thrown away because you NEVER showed the employer that you had the skills that THEY were looking for. You got too caught up with explaining what you did instead of showing how that related to what this employer wanted. HINT: If I was an auto mechanic applying for a courtesy clerk position at Food City…the last thing I would talk about would be repairing a car…I would talk about dealing with my customers, resolving their problems…MAKE SENSE? TRY IT! IT DOES WORK MIRACLES! YOU MUST HAVE OPEN AVAILABLE TO WORK IN THIS INDUSTRY UNLESS YOU ARE APPLYING FOR PT WORK.
  • 26. STEP TWO: GO INTRODUCE YOURSELF…If you really want the job, demonstrate that by going over to the store and introducing yourself…If you can’t or won’t…this tells the employer everything they need to know about how seriously you REALLY want their job…NOT! Most importantly, this says that you do not care enough…that you might do this job…OR NOT? NO ONE wants to hire the person who demonstrates that they would take this job as a last resort…everyone wants to hire the person who is excited…who likes/love the work and who appreciates the opportunity to get THIS job. STEP THREE: Explain that you understand… that you are being offered an opportunity and that you appreciate it…because the employer believes that they are offering you an opportunity and most applicants (mostly those not hired) never demonstrate that they get it…little-a-lone that they appreciate it. At the end of the interview, tell the employer that you still want the job…these things make a big difference and many times…means the difference between getting hired or not. APPLY NOW FROM OUR ONLINE CAREER CENTER AT http://www.careersatsafeway.com/ NOTE: ALL APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED AND A CRIMINAL RECORD WILL NOT DISQUALIFY YOU FROM EMPLOYMENT! The nature of the offence and how it related to the position that you are applying for plus the age of the offence and the circumstances of the offence. TIPSTER: HUMANIZE THIS! There is a big difference in I stole to feed my babies versus I stole that big screen TV from WALMART…GET IT???? http://www.careersatsafeway.com/
  • 27. NOW HIRING! http://cdcrystalcleaning.com/ ================================================================== 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/vide o/RGIS_FINAL_Master.mp4 RGIS http://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. ========================================================================== https://careers.lowes.com/areas_store.aspx With more than 1,725 locations across North America, and new operations being added all the time, there’s more opportunity than ever before in our stores. SPRING HIRING NOW HAPPENING! =================================================================
  • 28. ARE WE GETTING INSPIRATIONAL ON YA? Not really, that isn’t our style to get all gooey on you what worn out slogans and Hallmark Cards. But, here we are with just that! SO WHAT GIVES? We did a special cover today because there was so much truth in what the young lady was saying. She said that she has a past “But I don’t live there anymore.” That blew me away! That says everything that needs to be said. We all have a past. Some past experiences were good, others bad. Hopefully, they were all part of the process that brought us together at this point in time. The moral of the cover is that the past is gone, it’s all dust and ash - no matter how much we try to cover ourselves with these ashes of regrets, and we cannot change what was. No matter how long we stand still, no matter how much we bury ourselves in the ruins of our past mistakes, no matter how much we feel the need to extend the pain and suffering that we taste, we cannot change a thing. The secret is to stop and realize that we are the master of our present and the director/the producer of our own futures. It is upon each of us to rise to the challenge to accept that life is unfair and people are cruel. It is upon each of us to break the cycle of failure by accepting that the power to change our present is totally upon us and thus, our future is in each of our own hands. What does all this mean? It means that we need to stop pouting about how mean and cruel the world is, we need to remove that redwood-sized chip on our shoulder about people disrespecting us by doubling or tripling down on our efforts to get a job. Reality is that no one needs to do anything for us and it is on ourselves to create opportunities through hard work, learning the new skills of navigating this changed labor market. We must demand a higher standard of our own efforts and commitment. I won’t go on because we are burning daylight and yet another change to get out there knocking on doors, shaking hands and impressing yet another employer as to how job ready we are and how well we match the skills that they need…Another chance to take this to the next level!