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This is our twice a week new job opportunity magazine of job leads for our local Job Club Chapter...for Veterans attempting to integrate back into the Phoenix Metro Community...Employers who are ...

This is our twice a week new job opportunity magazine of job leads for our local Job Club Chapter...for Veterans attempting to integrate back into the Phoenix Metro Community...Employers who are interested or can hire this population are welcome and encouraged to post job leads in this publication...contact Bob West of AWEE Project VETS at bobbywest@awee.org...TIA

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  • JOB CLUB NEW JOB OPPORTUNITIES 1 December 2011
  • The Three Attitudes Necessary for Survival FIRST IMPORTANT ATTITUDE FOR SURVIVAL WHILE OUT OF WORK SECOND IMPORTANT ATTITUDEFOR SURVIVAL WHILE JOB HUNTING THIRD IMPORTANT ATTITUDE FOR SURVIVAL WHILE JOBHUNTINGShow me two jobhunters. Both are essentially the same age. Both have the same background.Both have the same intelligence and history. Both have been out of work for the same amountof time. It’s been many months, now. Both are struggling, financially.They get by on what little they’ve saved, what occasionally they can sell, plus help from familyand friends, the occasional brief odd job, that sort of thing.But there the similarities end.The one is quietly smoldering with anger, barely suppressed. He is mad at the universe, and inno particular order, his former employer, his former co-workers, the government, hisprofession, his college, friends, and God.He is very quiet, doesn’t talk much, and when he does talk, it is to complain about how his lifehas turned out. He is sullen, gloomy about his future, feels he has been declared disposable,and that his life as he knew it is essentially over.The other is just as depressed about how his life has turned out, but he wakes up eachmorning glad to see the sun, puts on beautiful music, walks a great deal, counts his blessings,is in a job-support group, focuses on other people’s troubles, not just his own, is a greatlistener, spends each new day trying to be a better person than he was the day before,remains active in his jobhunt, tries to learn or study something new each day, essentially seeslife as an adventure, and is willing to wait patiently for the next chapter to unfold.Yes, show me two jobhunters, and I will show you how important attitude is. Which one ofthose two do you think is more likely to find a job, first?In whatever circumstances we may find ourselves in life, attitude is everything. When we areout of work, and desperately trying to survive, we don’t just need to master more advancedjob hunting techniques, but we must also pay strict attention to our attitudes.
  • Job hunting most always involves competing with others for the job, sad to say, and it is oftenour attitude that gives us the advantage. Here are three attitudes to adopt.FIRST IMPORTANT ATTITUDE: FOR SURVIVAL WHILE OUT OF WORKSome years ago, when I was doing a lot of counseling, not just about careers, a friend of mineasked me if I would be willing to see someone he knew. Her name was Mary. She had beendiagnosed with multiple sclerosis, or MS. She had been to a wide range of medical specialists:neurologist, psychologist, internist, you name it.They all had declared there was nothing they could do to help her with the disease. My friendsaid, “Would you see her?” “Sure,” I said, “but I’m not sure there’s anything I can do.” The next day my friend brought her over. She walked very stiffly up the front sidewalk, camein, sat down, and after exchanging a few pleasantries, I got down to business. “Mary,” I said,“what is multiple sclerosis?” “I don’t know,” she said, in a dull voice. “Well, then,” I said, “thatmakes us even; because I don’t know, either.But here’s what I propose. I’m sure that a huge proportion of whatever MS is is out of yourcontrol. There’s nothing you can do about it. But that proportion can’t be 100 percent.There’s got to be some proportion—let’s say it’s even just 2 percent—that is within yourcontrol. We could work on that. Do you want to begin that journey?” She said yes.Over the next few weeks she improved, and finally was free of all symptoms (typical of thedisease, for a spell, but this lasted for a very long time), and now—free of all stiffness—shebecame a model on 57th Street in New York City.This story about Mary illustrates an important attitude: in any situation we may ever findourselves, no matter how much we feel we are at the mercy of vast immutable forces that aretotally beyond our control, we can always find something that is within our control, howeversmall, and work on that.Sometimes that may only change a little; sometimes it may change a lot. You just never know.But what we do know is that by working on even that 2 percent, it saves us from a feeling ofcomplete powerlessness.This certainly applies to any time we are unemployed, particularly if it drags on and on. Toparaphrase the above, addressing it to job hunters: I’m sure that a huge proportion of thesituation you are facing is out of your control.There’s nothing you can do about it. But that proportion can’t be 100 percent.
  • There’s got to be some proportion—let’s say it’s even just 2 percent—that is within yourcontrol. You can work on that. Who knows what a difference that may make! So this brings usto ourFirst Important Attitude for Survival While Out of Work: While you are out of work, andfeel you are up against large forces that you are powerless to change, determine to findsomething that is within your power to change, even if it’s just 5 percent or only 2 percent ofthe total; find it, and throw your energies into it.Some examples of what is within your control when you’re out of work: getting more sleep;drinking more water (we almost always need more water than we think we do, but that’swater, not just fluids); walking more; reading the book 14,000 Things to Be Happy About;doing more studying about advanced job-survival skills (reading this manual, more than once);getting into a supportive community with other job hunters, if you haven’t already; doing adetailed inventory of yourself while learning to become more observant of the world aroundyou; listening harder to other people; and talking more to successful job hunters, to quiz themabout what they did, step by step, to find work.“If you are going through hell, keep going.”- Winston Churchill (1874–1965)SECOND IMPORTANT ATTITUDE: FOR SURVIVAL WHILE JOBHUNTINGWhen we are unemployed during hard times, and for long times, that’s an important thoughtto remember.Some people think that any suggestion that there may be something that a Jobhunter is doingwrong, is essentially “blaming the victim” for the situation they are in.This is nuts. Self-introspection is the way to improve any company, any marriage, and anynation. And any job-hunt. Looking forward and not backward, asking, “Is there something Icould be doing better?” is often the pathway to saving that company, marriage, nation, andjob-hunt! When unemployment is dragging on and on, everything should be on the table forexamination. We need to question all assumptions.Assume we are in a new world. Rethink all our strategies. Revisit everything we think we knowfor sure, and ask if in fact things have changed.Think whether there is something new we need to learn, remembering always that before wecan learn we sometimes need to unlearn (some things).
  • So this brings us to ourSecond Important Attitude for Survival While out of Work: We need toassume that nothing that worked before will necessarily work now.We need to reexamine every job hunting method there is (next chapter), and reconsiderwhether there is a better way that we could be going about this.In whatever circumstances we may find ourselves in life, attitude is everything. We must nevershrink from doing the hard work of rethinking our whole strategy.THIRD IMPORTANT ATTITUDE FOR SURVIVAL WHILE JOBHUNTINGI recall a talk I heard many years ago, that made a deep, lasting impression on me. It was adoctor speaking; a doctor turned researcher, as it happened. He was reporting on a study thatsome colleagues had made of healing, at the hospital where he worked in New York City.They had long known that some people healed faster than others, but now they wanted tofind out why. So, as I recall, they searched through their records of recent patients to findmatched pairs: essentially two people of the same age, with the same background, the samebasic health record, who had undergone the same procedure or operation in that hospital.One member of each pair healed faster than the other, often by far.The doctors therefore questioned each pair at length to find out what was different about theperson who healed faster. The common explanations that would occur to any thoughtfullayperson proved to have no correlation with the rate of healing.Was the one who healed faster more optimistic than the other?No. Well, then, was it their habits: eating, sleeping, and exercising?No. Was it their family history?No. Was it their status as single or married?No. Was it a belief in God? No. Well, then, what was it?It turned out that those who healed faster believed that everything that happened to themhad meaning, even if they didn’t know what the meaning was, at the time.They believed that nothing meaningless ever happened to them. The ones who healed slowlydid not believe this. This was independent of whether they believed in God or not. The reasonthis talk made such an impression on me was because it demonstrated that what we arethinking actually can influence the body. It seemed to follow that it could influence our mindsand spirits also. I was also struck by a part of his report that said, “… even if they didn’t knowwhat the meaning was.”
  • Apparently, just to believe that nothing about our life is meaningless is a powerful idea. So,here we have it: Third Important Attitude for Survival While out of Work: We need to assume that nothing thathappens to us is just senseless and meaningless, including being out of work for a long time. Inthe context of our total life, it will eventually turn out to have meaning, even if that meaning isthe forging of our soul to make it stronger and more compassionate toward the needs ofothers worse off than we are.Interesting!In whatever circumstances we may find ourselves in life, attitude is everything. When we areout of work, we must never shrink from doing the hard work of rethinking our whole strategy.
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  • The PSI Tempe, Arizona office has immediate opportunities forpart time and full time Construction Materials Testing andInspection Technicians for Soil, Concrete, Asphalt, Masonry andSteel.PSI client base offers an excellent opportunity to gain experience in a wide variety of projecttypes and is offering full time positions with outstanding career opportunities leading toproject and department management responsibilities we are seeking candidates with thefollowing credentials.• ATTI / ACI Field, ICC, NICET or other industry certifications.• Clean Driving record• Must be neat in appearance and punctual• Willingness to learn and basic math skills required.• Must have high school diploma/GEDPSI is a Drug-Free Workplace. As a condition of employment, new hires and rehires arerequired to take and pass a pre-employment drug test.Doing the job safely is very important to PSI. You will be given eight hours of initial safety andorientation training and you will be involved with ongoing safety and performance/technicaltraining. All training time will be paid time.We offer medical, dental, life, vision insurances, paid holidays, vacation and sick days, 401K,tuition reimbursement, etc.For immediate consideration, please emailresume to susan.litwiller@psiusa.comPSI is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer…NOTE: Company’s Application DOES NOT ASK about criminal history
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  • We take great pride in our reputation and values. Pride in the operations of our restaurants,pride in the quality of service we provide as well in the products and ingredients we serveevery day. While our inviting atmosphere and world famous pizza have contributed to oursuccess, we believe it is the dedication, hard work and passion displayed by our employeesthat make the Grimaldi’s Pizzeria a successful pizzeria year after year.We recruit, hire and train exceptional, self-disciplined people who are committed to both the‘family’ environment and our company. If you are friendly, energetic, and full of enthusiasmand have a passion for pizza, we would like you to consider becoming part of the Grimaldi’sfamily.Casa Paloma - Chandler, AZ - 7131 West Ray Road, Chandler, AZ 85226Phone - 480-785-1600 Fax - 480-785-1608 Christina KoppThe Falls at Ocotillo - 1035 W Queen Creek Road, Chandler, AZ 85248480-812-2100 phone General Manager - Michael KamsiukSan Tan Village - 2168 E Williams Field Road, Gilbert, AZ 85295480-814-7722 phone General Manager – John BorzoneDC Ranch Market Street - 20715 N Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85255480-515-5588 phone General Manager – Erica DavisOld Town Scottsdale - 4000 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251480-994-1100 phone General Manager – Dustin DragoScottsdale Quarter - 15147 N. Scottsdale Road Suite #135, Scottsdale, AZ 85254480-596-4070 phone General Manager – Brad WhiteheadPark West - 9788 W Northern Avenue, Peoria, AZ 85345623-486-4455 phone General Manager – Rich SeidnerCurrently hiring all positions: Pizza Cooks, BOH Staff, Servers,Server Assistants, Hosts and Bartenders for our location atScottsdale Quarter 15147 N. Scottsdale Road Suite H-135Currently hiring Servers and Hosts for our DC Ranch location at20715 N. Pima Road, Ste F115PLEASE APPLY IN PERSONGrimaldis is Now Featured on Citys Best: Phoenix
  • New Dunkin Donuts is opening up at 1116 S. Crismon Rd, Mesa AZ 85208 Looking for: SHIFT – MANAGERS + CREW MEMBERS + BAKERS COME BY DECEMBER 1, THURSDAY, 11AM-2PM APPLY IN PERSON! WE WOULD LOVE TO MEET YOU AND TALK TO YOU.HUNGRY FOR AN OPPORTUNITY?Would you like to be a part of the well-oiled machine that is a Dunkin’ Donuts crew? We’relooking for hardworking, friendly, team-oriented people who would thrive in the fast-paced,fun-paced world of Dunkin’ Donuts.WORK WHERE YOU MATTERAt Dunkin’ Donuts, our employees are the fuel that helps America run. Working at a franchiseis an opportunity for you to achieve success and career goals. Here at Dunkin’ we arecommitted to making you feel important and part of a team. You’ll have the chance to work ina fun environment making a competitive wage while learning and developing skills to fuel yourfuture.WHAT A DEALAt Dunkin’ we want to help you be at your best so we create flexible work schedules to meetyour needs. Whether you’re a full-time student, a mother of two, or just looking to make someextra cash, we’ll work with you because we value the skills that every employee brings to ourstore.LOOKING AHEADFrom team member to shift supervisor to manager, you have the opportunity to develop andgrow at Dunkin’ Donuts. The possibilities for your continued learning and career advancementare endless. While opportunities will vary at our restaurants, positions available include:Crew + Shift Leader + Assistant Restaurant Manager + Restaurant Manager + NetworkTrainer (field trainer) + Multi-Unit Manager
  • READY TO JOIN THE TEAM?Did you know that all Dunkin Donuts restaurants are independently owned andoperated? To learn about employment opportunities in your area, please visit aDunkin Donuts restaurant today!2345 W. Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85015 Phone: 602-253-86572322 E. Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone: 602-954-84644130 E. Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018 Phone: 602-606-27082420 W. Bethany Home Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85015 Phone: 602-864-27441335 W. University Dr, Tempe, AZ 85281 Phone: 480-446-04031931 W. Northern Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021 Phone: 602-242-18611811 N. Scottsdale Rd, Tempe, AZ 85281 Phone: 480-947-39992910 N. Hayden Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Phone: 480-970-19451740 E Broadway Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282 Phone: 480-219-41019140 W. Thomas Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85037 Phone: 623-877-90253137 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032 Phone: 602-765-49511615 N 99th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85037 Phone: 623-936-63174923 E Chandler Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85048 Phone: 480-705-23761830 E Warner Rd, Tempe, AZ 85284 Phone: 480-838-922510629 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 480-951-741213887 N 59th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85306 Phone: 602-978-11553739 E. Bell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032 Phone: 602-482-22784727 E Bell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032Phone:602-494-2042
  • Borgata 6166 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 480 998 1366Career OpportunitiesDownload the application in PDF @http://pomopizzeria.com/carriers.pdfApplication for Employment Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana:Statement of ValuesDear Applicant: Welcome to ` POMO PIZZERIA NAPOLETANA. Prior tocompleting the application for employment, please understandthat we are serious about creating a productive workingenvironment for our staff and maintaining the highest levels ofquality, service and attention for our guests.We want you to understand that we also believe in livingour values, some of which are: We believe that good enough isn’t. We believe in doing business in a professional and orderly manner. We believe in honesty and integrity. We believe that only a happy and professional staff can give the level of personal service we demand. We believe in the ongoing training and development of our staff and see it as a worthy investment in the future of the company. We believe in providing legendary service – the unique and powerful sort of personal care and attention that our guests tell stories about. We believe that everyone is capable of being an A+ player. If this feels like an environment for you, please complete the application.
  • Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana -Application for EmploymentWe consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex,national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected status.** PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY **Position(s) applied for Date / /Why are you seeking a new job at this time?Applicant InformationFirst Name Middle Last ____________________________Street Address xCity/State/Zip Phone (____)If hired, do you have a reliable means of transportation to get to work? DescribeAre you at least 18 years old? If you are under 18 years of age, can you furnish a workpermit?If the job you are applying for requires driving:Driver’s License No.StateExpiration DateAre you legally eligible for employment in the U.S.? (Proof of U.S. citizenship orimmigration status is required if hired.)Have you been convicted of a crime? θ Yes θ NoIf yes, state the nature of the offense and disposition of the case. Includedates and places. (NOTE: The existence of a criminal record does notconstitute an automatic bar to employment.)Are you a veteran? If yes, give dates of service:FromToList any special skills or training:
  • Employment InformationAre you seeking full time, part time or temporary employment?What hours and shift(s) would you prefer to work?List times you are not available to work?Are you willing to work overtime? Weekends? Holidays? . Are you currentlyemployed?If hired, when would you be able to start?Have you ever been discharged or asked to resign from any position?If yes, please describe:If applicable, please refer to the attached job description for the position for which you areapplying.Are you able to perform all these tasks with or without reasonable accommodation?Please describe which tasks, if any, you will need accommodation to perform, and explainwhat type of accommodation you will need: Please describe:Education (circle highest level achieved)Elementary: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8Secondary: 9 10 11 12 G.E.DCollege: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name of School:Location of School:If in high school, are you enrolled in a recognized co-op program? Yes NoDegree & Major:Minor:If yes, identify program and school:Work History (please begin with most recent)1. Company Phone No. with Area Code ( )Address City/State/ZipDates of Employment:FromToSalary:BeginningEnding
  • Job TitleSupervisor’s Name & TitleDescribe duties briefly:Specific reason for leaving:For references purposes:Have you worked for any of these organizations or attended school under a differentname? .If yes, give name and organization(s) May we contact the employers listed above?If not, list the employers you do not wish us to contact and why:Authorizations & At-Will Employment Agreement(Please read carefully, then sign and date below)I certify that I have personally completed this application. I declare that the informationprovided in this employment application is true and complete and I understand that anyfalse information or significant omissions may disqualify me from further considerationfor employment and may be justification form my dismissal from employment ifdiscovered at a later date.I agree to immediately notify this company if I should be convicted of a crime while my jobapplication is pending or during my employment, if hired.I authorize this company to make an investigation of all information contained in thisemployment application and I release from liability all companies and corporationssupplying such information.I understand any false answers, statements, or implications made by me on thisapplication or other required documents shall be considered sufficient cause for denial ofemployment or discharge.I specifically authorize and direct my current and former employers to supplyemployment-related information to this company and do hereby release my current andformer employers from liability for providing information to this company.Upon termination of my employment for whatever reason, I release this company from allliability for supplying any information concerning my employment to any potentialemployer.I authorize this company, if applicable, to request a copy of my credit report, motor vehicledriving record, and any other investigative report deemed necessary through variousthird party sources.As required by law, upon request within a reasonable period of time, I will be notified asto the nature and scope of such investigations.
  • I hereby agree to submit to any drug test required of me, whether prior to myemployment or if employed by this company at any time thereafter.If requested, I will take a post-job offer physical examination and my employment, in theevent I receive medical treatment for any condition, including a physical, psychological,emotional, or psychiatric condition that is job-related, I hereby authorize the limitedrelease and exchange of such medical information relating to my condition between thetreatment provider and a company-designated physician. AT-WILL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT I understand and agree that nothing contained in this application, orconveyed during any interview is intended to create an employment contract between thecompany and me. In addition, I understand and agree that if you employ me, inconsideration of my employment, my employment and compensation will be at-will, forno definite period of time, and may be terminated at any time, for any reason, or for noreason at all. I understand that only the company’s President is authorized to change theemployment-at-will status and such a change can only be done in writing. I have read,understand, and agree to the above. Signature DateName (please print)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SERVERSONLY FULL TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLELooking for server with an expertise in the Restaurant industry.* Must have 1 year of prior experience. * Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment.* One year commitment is required. * High energy and upbeat personalityRUNNER/BUSSERThis Position is Part-Time and Full-Time.* High energy and upbeat personality. * Must be available all days and weekends. * Ability todescribe food. * Clear/bus tables.HOSTESSThis Position is Part-Time and Full-Time.* High energy and upbeat personality * Must be available all days and weekend * Candidatesmust have a minimum of 1 year restaurant experience*** NO EMAIL, PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON***Monday through Fridayfrom 2.00pm to 5.00pmPomo Pizzeria Napoletana6166 North Scottsdale Road. #701, Scottsdale, AZ 85253NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE
  • 3154 E Camelback Rd (602) 522-6255Delux Burger and Revo Burrito are now hiringoutgoing, professional servers and cooks for ourBiltmore locations.Previous experience is a plus.Please apply in personMonday-Friday from 2-4pm@ 3146 East Camelback Road=============================================================================AMERITEMPS AZ LLC7602 W. Indian School Rd. (In the Westridge Shopping Center behind the Dominos pizza)Phoenix,AZ 85033Do you want to work The Fiesta Bowl?We are searching for qualified applicants only for the following positions!Catering Attendants, Cashiers, Cooks and Stand Workers$9.00- $11.00 per hour depending on the positionALL CANDIDATES MUST:1) Be able to pass a Criminal FBI background check2) be able to pass a Drug Screen.3) Have valid work documentation as we utilize E-Verify4) Have NO FELONY convictions and no misdemeanors other then traffic violations5) Be able to work Monday Jan 2nd ,20126) Catering Attendants require Catering or Dining experience7) Cooks require any type of back of the house Fast Food or Dining experience8) Cashiers experience can range anywhere from Fast Food, Dining to Store experience9) Stand Worker any experience10) Be able to read, write and speak EnglishTo apply, bring two forms of valid ID Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 am -- 3:00 p.m. only...========================================================================Dennys located at 101/Indian Bend Rd is now hiring experienced linecooks to join our team.Candidates must be available to work weekends and holidays.Please apply in person at 9160 E. Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale 85256.(480) 991-2909. EOE
  • Can one person make a real impact?At ARAMARK, we believe that each of our employees can play an important role in creating thegreat experiences that become lasting memories. And we’re looking for more outstandingpeople to build our team. Take a look around our career site, and you’ll discover that when youjoin us here at ARAMARK, you’re in great company…On the spot interviewsJust bring a copy of your resume!Prep Cooks, Grill Cooks, Servers, Cashiers, Catering and UtilityWhen: Monday December 5, 2011Time: 10 AM - 6 PMWhere:Doubletree Suites by Hilton, 320 North 44th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008All positions require a minimum:A proven background of top restaurant or food service experience.Restaurant background is a key requisite for this position.Prior experience with high quality and service organizations is preferred.(Background & Drug Screenings will be performed post -offer) EEO
  • Some companies present a pretty package of ideasand promises - at Peter Piper Pizza we offer thereal deal. This is an active, rewarding atmospherethat fosters friendships, trust and pride.VALUES – “I. R.E.F.L.E.C.T.”I – Integrity… My actions reflect the words I speakand the values I live by.R – Respect… I seek first to understand, then to beunderstood.E – Excellence… I exceed expectations in all that Ido every day.F – Family… I treat our guests and Team Memberslike family.L – Leadership… I have the courage to take chargeto achieve our mission.E – Enthusiasm… I love what I do and it shows.C – Commitment… I don’t quit until every guestleaves happy.T – Teamwork… We put our team before ourselves. Peter Piper Pizza is NOW HIRING HOURLY TEAM MEMBERS for Day Shifts at our Scottsdale Store on Hayden Road and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard Please apply in person: 15745 North Hayden Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260You’ll have fun in a fast-paced, high energy environment, whereeveryone on the team works hard and works together to ensurethat Every Guest Leaves Happy. There are so many ways to growyour career with Peter Piper Pizza, especially since we promotefrom within. In fact, over 70% of our Salaried Managers werepromoted from within!Hourly positions include: Front of House…Back ofHouse…Birthday Host/Hostess…Cashier…Dough Rollout…GameRoom Attendant…Make Table/Prep…Hourly Shift Manager
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  • Papa Johns seeks people who have an entrepreneurialspirit and share our philosophy for success. Hands-ontraining, a clean and safe work environment, qualitybusiness practices, advancement opportunities andmeaningful work combine to produce not only the bestpizza, but also the best team members! BetterOpportunities. Better People!Papa Johns Awarded Honorable Mention forPrestigious Alfred P. Sloan AwardAPPLICATION DOES NOT ASK ABOUT CRIMINAL STATUS…https://career.papajohns.com/joblist.htmlCURRENT OPENINGS… Restaurant Team Member (16th & Glendale) 7040 N 16th St AZ - Phoenix, Central Phoenix Restaurant Team Member (19th & Northern) 1810 W Northern Ave AZ - Phoenix, Central Phoenix Restaurant Team Member (35th & Northern) 3449 W Northern Ave AZ - Phoenix, Central Phoenix Restaurant Team Member (3rd & Thomas) 231 W Thomas Rd AZ - Phoenix, Central Phoenix Restaurant Team Member (40th & Thunderbird) 4030 E Thunderbird Rd AZ - Phoenix, North Valley Restaurant Team Member (44th & Thomas) 4501 E Thomas Rd AZ - Phoenix, Central Phoenix Restaurant Team Member (48th & Broadway) 4645 Broadway Rd AZ - Phoenix, Central Phoenix Restaurant Team Member (59th & McDowell) 5930 W McDowell Rd AZ - Phoenix, West Valley Restaurant Team Member (59th & Olive) 9189 N 59th Ave AZ - Phoenix, West Valley Restaurant Team Member (7th & Bell) 707 E Bell Rd AZ - Phoenix, North Valley Restaurant Team Member (83rd & Camelback) 4850 N 83rd Ave AZ - Phoenix, West Valley
  • Restaurant Team Member (83rd & Union Hills) 8251 W Union Hills AZ - Phoenix, North Valley Restaurant Team Member (91st & Olive) 8987 W Olive Ave AZ - Phoenix, West Valley Restaurant Team Member (Ahwatukee) 4302 E Ray Rd AZ - Phoenix, East Valley Restaurant Team Member (AJ) 10745 E Apache Trl AZ - Phoenix, East Valley Restaurant Team Member (Alma Ray) 1100 N Alma School Rd AZ - Phoenix, South East Restaurant Team Member (Alma School & Baseline) 2111 S Alma School Rd AZ - Phoenix, East Valley Restaurant Team Member (Alma School & Main) 1225 W Main St AZ - Phoenix, East Valley Restaurant Team Member (Anthem, AZ) 4205 W Anthem Way AZ - Phoenix, North Valley Restaurant Team Member (Cave Creek & Union Hills) 18413 N Cave Creek Rd AZ - Phoenix, North Valley Restaurant Team Member (Chandler Heights) 4080 S Alma School Rd AZ - Phoenix, South East Restaurant Team Member (Cooper & Warner) 785 W Warner Rd AZ - Phoenix, South East Restaurant Team Member (Elliot & Val VIsta) 70 S Val Vista Dr AZ - Phoenix, South East===================================================================== The Community Kitchen is a 16 week foodservice training program provided by St. Marys Food Alliance. The purpose of the Community Kitchen is to provide training and job placement in the food service industry to low income adults, while preparing meals to feed the hungry. The Community Kitchen program provides training and job placement to low-income adults in the foodservice industry. Community Kitchen students learn culinary skills using donated food from the Food Bank to prepare wonderful meals for the hungry in our community. The training program helps people struggling with unemployment and poverty, gain the skills needed for jobs offering a living wage, benefits and advancement opportunities. For information or questions on the program please contact us at communitykitchen@firstfoodbank.org or call the information line at 602-343-5622.
  • You are eligible to become a Community Kitchen student if you are:* Low-income Maricopa Country resident* drug- and alcohol-free* at least 16 years of age* legally and physically able to work eight hour days* able to work a 40-hour work week* able to lift at least 30 pounds* able to comprehend Reading and Math at or above 6 grade.To download a student application and submit it online herehttp://www.firstfoodbank.org/oforms/community_kitchen/CKonlineForm.htmlPrint a student application and then fax completed application to 480-393-4511.http://www.firstfoodbank.org/downloads/communication_kitchen_application/ck_student_application.pdfHeres what a few graduates had to say about the program."I have had a blast here learning different skills. I must admit that the road got a little tough,and I wanted to give up, but I didnt. I kept on climbing up the ladder to success, and I have toadmit that I can stand up proud with my head held high, wearing my white coat and knowingthat I have put on my coat to a new way of life." - Marlesha"Everyone here cares about every student. Anything they can do to help you up in life, theywill do." – Tina"Regardless of the situation youre in, once you leave this program you will come out a betterperson in all aspects. Take full advantage of the training and education that this class has tooffer. You wont be disappointed. As far as Im concerned, the Community Kitchen is the bestkept secret in Phoenix. You will be rewarded greatly!" – DaveFor more information or questions on the program please contactus at communitykitchen@firstfoodbank.org or call theinformation line at 602-343-5622. The Community Kitchen directfax number is: (602) 269-8332
  • I Need a Hot Meal or a Food BoxGospel Mission - 1801 S. 35th Avenue,Phoenix(602) 233-0300St. Vincent de Paul - 1075 W. Jackson, Phoenix(602) 340-5981Andre House - 213 S. 11th Avenue, Phoenix(602) 255-0580 or (602) 252-9023St. Vincent de Paul, Sunnyslope - 9227 N. 10th Avenue, Phoenix(602) 344-0139Need additional resources? Choose an option below.Community Information & Referral: (602) 263-8856Shelter Hotline: (602) 263-8900Women, Infants & Children (WIC): (800) 252-5942Food Stamps: (800) 352-8401=======================================================================http://www.careersatsafeway.com/
  • Location:Safeway 1543 (17) 29834 N.CAVE CREEK ROADCourtesy Clerk (11004) - Front End Service (SWY) - General Clerk-Retail (12864) Bakery (SWY) -General Clerk-Retail (12864) Deli (SWY) - General Clerk-Retail (12864) Front End Service (SWY)- General Clerk-Retail (12864) Grocery (SWY) - General Clerk-Retail Night Crew (12864)Grocery (SWY) -Location:Safeway 1515 (17) 810 EAST GLENDALE AVENUEGeneral Clerk-Retail (12864) Bakery (SWY) - General Clerk-Retail (12864) Deli (SWY) - GeneralClerk-Retail (12864) Bakery (SWY) - General Clerk-Retail (12864) Produce (SWY) - GeneralClerk-Retail Night Crew (12864) Grocery (SWY)Location:6500 Phoenix DistributionCtr 1115 W Alameda DrSelector-Dist. (11077) GM/HBC Warehouse (SUP) - Truck Driver (11042) (DIS) - WarehouseClerk II (11085) (DIS)Job Title: Selector-Dist. GM/HBC WarehouseJob Description: This position is an entry level warehouse worker responsible for selecting andpalletizing cases of merchandise for shipment to retail grocery stores. Previous warehouseexperience with an excellent safety record is required as well as familiarity with an electricjack. These jobs are physically demanding with the essential job functions consisting ofconstant lifting (up to 100 lbs. Shoulder height) walking, stooping, bending, and standing. Astrength test will be required. Employees are held accountable to timed engineeredproduction standard after a period of training. Working environment may be wet, cold,freezing and/or may have sudden temperature changesJob Title: Truck DriverJob Description: Drives a semi truck. Loads and secures product inside trailer. Unloads productpallets in staging area and/or appropriate cooler. Provides excellent customer service.Courteous to store employees. Exhibits a team work ethic. Have working knowledge andability to use the onboard computer system to assist in tracking the load from start todestination. Excellent knowledge of driver safety regulations of CFR 49. Must have a validmedical examiner certificate (ICC card). Must possess a valid Class A commercial driverslicense with a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience.
  • Job Title: Warehouse Clerk IIJob Description: Maintain necessary documentation and files. Review employee paperworkfor accuracy. Responsible for shipping and receiving paperwork in all warehouses. Variousresponsibilities as assigned. Proficient 10 key skills highly desirable orientation to detail.Excellent organization skills and logical thinking. Ability to work in a fast paced Distributionenvironment. Strong interpersonal skills. Ability to manage several tasks simultaneously.Strong verbal and written communications skills. Excellent follow through on daily tasks andprojects. Ability to work flexible schedules including weekends and holidays. Ability to workindependently.Location: 8487 Phoenix Ice Cream Plant 2434 E Pecan RdJob Title: Building Maintenance (SUP)Job Description: Responsible for the upkeep and repairs to production and warehouse facility.Performs preventative and corrective maintenance on building and auxiliary equipment.Coordinates with contractors and schedules services. Working knowledge of electrical, boilers,HVAC, plumbing, hydraulics, pneumatics, refrigeration (ammonia), cooling towers, and firecontrol systems. Also assists in improvement projects, capital projects, parts ordering andother tasks as directed.
  • Job Title: Mechanic - ICJob Description: Responsible for the upkeep and repairs to plant production and handlingequipment while working safely. Performs preventative maintenance tasks assistance calls forproduction equipment malfunctions and conducts corrective maintenance tasks forequipment that is not operating at full functionality. Also assists in improvement projectscapital projects parts ordering parts inventory sustainment activities and other tasks asdirected.Location: Safeway 0174 (17) 520 W OSBORN RDAll Purpose Clerk - Meat (14166) (SWY) - Courtesy Clerk (11004) - Front End Service (SWY) -General Clerk-Retail Night Crew (12864) Grocery (SWY)Job Title: All Purpose Clerk - Meat (SWY)Job Description: Provides superior customer service. Stocks and rotates meat merchandise inaccordance with company guidelines on merchandise presentation, safety, sanitation,customer service and suggestive selling. Duties further include keeping the meat caseorganized, cleaning the glass, emptying cases and trays, relaying customer requests to themeat cutter, wrapping merchandise and other duties as assigned.Job Title: Courtesy Clerk (11004) - Front End Service (SWY)Job Description: Provides superior customer service. Greets customers, bag groceries, helpscustomers out to their cars and collects empty carts for return to the store. Other dutiesinclude sanitation, price checks, stocking of bags at the check stands, cleaning of spills andreturning merchandise to the shelf.Job Title: General Clerk-Retail Night Crew - Grocery (SWY)Job Description: Provides superior customer service. Operates cash register, stocks shelveswithin the grocery, frozen food and dairy sections of the store and maintains a clean workarea. Observe company’s safety rules and sanitation standards. Performs other duties asrequired. 11pm/12am to 7am/8amTO APPLY:https://www.safeway.apply2jobs.com/HVExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mHVExternal.showLocations
  • Facilities Service Technician-Phoenix, AZ http://www.amazon.com/Search-Jobs- Careers/b?ie=UTF8&node=239362011 Job ID: 160821The Service Tech III will have the ability to lead other service technicians, design solutions fordifficult problems, able to manage outside contractors, be on call for emergencies, ability tohandle multiple projects and daily activities, and meet time lines. Develop plans on how toaccomplish departmental and distribution goals.Responsibilities will include:• Maintain and troubleshoot all conveyor systems, electrical and mechanical• Develop training plans for service technicians• Develop Preventive Maintenance programs• Ability to install, maintains, and troubleshoots power distribution systems, branch circuits,lighting systems, transformers, and wiring methods and materials• Ability to install, maintain, and troubleshoot relay logic, ladder diagrams, controlcomponents-- photo eyes, motor starters, relays, limit switches, proximity sensors, timers,solenoids, Servo drives, frequency inverters, linear drives, tacks, and encoders• PLC programs, ability to troubleshoot ladder logic (read use for troubleshooting),components (CPU back plains, I/O boards, counters, modules, and devices) andcommunications modules (Ethernet)Basic Qualifications:• Degree from a vocational school or college with a focus in the Mechanical or Electrical field• 4 years apprenticeship or equivalent experience in the Mechanical or Electrical field• Authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship• Experience and proficiency in the following areas: • Automated conveyors systems andcontrols• Electrical and electronic principles• Blueprint and electrical schematic reading• Knowledge of CMMS programs• Preventative maintenance procedures• Industrial electrical• Industrial controls• Industrial Electronics• PLC programs• Industrial PC literacy• Knowledge of N.E.C• Must be highly self-motivated and customer-centric• Leadership experience/aptitude, ability to mentor and develop training plans for otherservice techniciansNOTE: ANY FELONIES MUST BE OVER 7 YEARS OLD –the online application doesNOT ask about criminal history…the 7 years is what they ask for their warehousejobs…
  • Warehouse Workers - PhoenixPhoenix, AZ, 85105Amazon.com is seeking bright, motivated, hardworking individuals to fillpositions at our fast paced fulfillment centers. The ideal candidate possesses astrong work ethic, attention to detail, the ability to meet deadlines, and acommitment to customer service as it relates to product fulfillment. Applicantsmust have a stable work history, hold a high school diploma or GED equivalent,read and write English fluently, and must be 18 years of age or olderRequirements of the Position:Each employee must be able to perform all of the job duties and physicalrequirements in the work environment as described below on a regular basiswith or without reasonable accommodation in order to meet the requirements ofthe job as a warehouse associateJob Duties:• Regular attendance and punctuality• Receive products using radio frequency scanners.• Relocate products using forklifts, pallet jacks and walkie-riders• Pick customer orders on all levels of a multi-level mezzanine• Pack and ship customer orders• Troubleshoot problems to resolution• Understand all aspects of production• Adhere to strict safety, quality, and production standards• Be willing to work on powered equipment (i.e. forklift or cherry picker)Physical Demands:• Stand and/or walk during shifts between 8 and 12 hours long (flex and part-timeshifts may vary)• Lift and move up to 60 pounds• Lift, bend, reach above the head, kneel, crouch, and/or stretch during shiftsbetween 8 and 12 hours long (flex and part-time shifts may vary)• Push and pull product up to 60 pounds during shift between 8 and 12 hourslong (flex and part-time shifts may vary)• Engage in full manual dexterity in both hands and wrists• Work on a secure mezzanine at a height of 30-40 feet (equivalent to a 3rd or 4thstory building)• Continuously climb and descend four stories of stairs safely WorkEnvironment:• Work with and/or around moving mechanical parts• Noise level varies and can be loud
  • Temperature in the warehouse varies between 60and 95 degrees, and will occasionally exceed 95degrees• Working nights, weekends, and/or holidays maybe required• Overtime is often required (sometimes on veryshort notice) WorkExpectations:Candidates interested in a Warehouse Associateposition with Amazon.com should consider thefollowing before accepting a position with thecompany:• This position is not a typical 40-hour a weekopportunity• It is necessary for our employees to be flexible intheir work schedules• You may have to work a schedule that is not yourfirst choice• You may have to work overtime when it is notconvenient• Sometimes overtime will be mandated• Work schedules are subject to change withoutnotice• Due to the nature of our business, we operate 24hours 7 days a week. If a holiday falls on yourscheduled workday you will be required to workthat day and be compensated with holiday pay• Our ability to provide excellent customer servicefor our customers during the months of Novemberand December is critical for the success of ourcompany. We do not typically allow any scheduledtime off such as vacation or personal days to betaken during these months• Overtime is often mandated during November andDecember and may be mandated at any timeduring the year.
  • • You may experience the opportunity to work for several different managers. Wemove managers around to meet the business needs. Associates must adapt tochanges in management.• You may be required to work on powered equipment after training• You should expect to and will be required to cross train and work in differentareas of the warehouse.NOTE: ANY FELONIES MUST BE OVER 7 YEARS OLDVISIT ONE OF OUR TWO RECRUITING OFFICES AT:7333 W. Thomas Rd. Ste. 86 Phoenix AZ (Located in Desert Sky Pavilion)9201 N. 29th Ave. Ste. 8 Phoenix AZ (Located in Metro Center)IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT! Warehouse Associate: Pick, Pack, Ship, Receive JobAPPLY HERE:http://jobs.integritystaffing.com/go/Amazon-Phoenix-Jobs/295869/=============================================================== American Linen Supply Co - ALSCO 4707 W. Camelback Road, PHOENIX, AZ 85031 Feeder/Folder $7.91 - $7.91 Hour w/benefits Responsible to the Production Manager for feeding clean textiles into an iron or folding machine for final finishing, and for making textile quality decisions based on APPLY IN company standards. The position requires attention to placing the items flat and straight on the iron or folder PERSON machine. The candidate must understand and comply MONDAY with the companys safety standards. THRU FRIDAY QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate must be able to recognize colors, size and type of product. The BETWEEN candidate must be able to lift up to 20 lbs., and pull and 8AM-4PM. push wheeled laundry carts weighing up to 150 lbs.
  • Arizona - CSR Positions2421 West Peoria Avenue SuiteRequisition #: 129854Phoenix, AZCustomer Service RepresentativeThe Customer Service Representative position receives and processes incoming calls fromcustomers by serving as the end to end point of contact for customers. This positioncollaborates with a team of customer service representatives to meet overall call centerobjectives and enhance the customer service function to exceed our customers expectations.The role of the Customer Service Representative is to identify and resolve customer serviceissues such as missed pickups and billing issues in a timely manner. Our Representatives mustbe able to manage difficult and/or emotional customer situations and respond promptly toservice requests to meet customer commitments. In addition, they must be able to handlehigh inbound call volume, 80-120 calls per day on average, on a consistent basis.To successfully perform this role, our customer service representatives work quickly andefficiently in a fast paced environment in order to update customer records and navigatethrough a series of computer applications which provide our customers with the most current,accurate information. Often times our Customer Services Representatives have to utilize up to4 different computer systems on one call.Our representatives have excellent written /oral communication skills and strong customerservice orientation. They are also able to process contracts and other orders in an accurateand timely manner, and demonstrate excellent follow through on assignments and customerquestions.Our Customer Service Representatives are dependable individuals who have a goodattendance history and report to work on time everyday. The ability to deal with frequentchanges in the work environment is an important aspect of this role.
  • Educational Requirement- High school diploma or G.E.D is requiredAbility to use a computer in a Windows based environment is required.Proficiency (perform the skill without assistance) using Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel isrequired.Must be able to type 35 words per minuteBenefitsAt Waste Management, each eligible employee receives a competitive total compensationpackage including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. As well asStock Purchase Plan, Company match on 401k plan, Tuition Reimbursement and more! Ouremployees also receive Paid Vacation, Holidays and Personal Days. Please note that benefitsmay vary by site.https://wm.greatjob.net/jobs/JobDescRequestAction.action?PSUID=91fbd8e0-461e-4cbb-8c06-1cd9eb8974a0---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Requisition #: 128829Phoenix, AZCustomer Service Representative/ReceptionistGreenleaf Compaction, a subsidiary of Waste Management, Inc., is currently seeking aCustomer Service Representative/Receptionist at the Greenleaf Compaction office site inPhoenix, AZ. This position is responsible for establishing and maintaining a high level ofcustomer satisfaction by acting as a single point of contact. This position is responsible foranswering a high volume of telephone calls and directing them or taking messages for theappropriate person. They are also responsible for processing and distributing all incoming andoutgoing mail, packages, and faxesResponsibilities Include: Maintain the customer service standards as established by the Service Manager. Enter customer requests, responding to customer inquiries and follow up to ensure issues have been resolved, in a timely, accurate and professional manner Operate a multi-line telephone system to answer incoming calls and direct callers to appropriate personnel
  • Process incoming and outgoing mail including monthly invoices and statements Utilize software to maintain timely and accurate customer requests for service, customer profile records and customer invoicing Demonstrate outstanding teamwork with sales, operations and service capabilities in order to communicate accurate information to customersMinimum qualifications of this position include:Educational Requirement- High school diploma or G.E.D is requiredAbility to use a computer in a Windows based environment is required.Proficiency (perform the skill without assistance) using Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel isrequired.Must be able to type 35 words per minuteBenefitsAt Waste Management, each eligible employee receives a competitive total compensationpackage including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. As well asStock Purchase Plan, Company match on 401k plan, Tuition Reimbursement and more! Ouremployees also receive Paid Vacation, Holidays and Personal Days. Please note that benefitsmay vary by site.https://wm.greatjob.net/jobs/JobDescRequestAction.action?PSUID=91fbd8e0-461e-4cbb-8c06-1cd9eb8974a0----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Requisition #: 128847Phoenix, AZNote: Please complete your application using Internet Explorer or Firefox.Service Representative, RepairsGreenleaf Compaction, a subsidiary of Waste Management, Inc., has an open ServiceRepresentative for Repairs position at the Greenleaf Compaction office site in Phoenix, AZ. TheService Representative for Repairs has daily responsibility for the following: Answer customer calls regarding malfunctioning equipment and gather information to determine the problem with the machinery Dispatch repair vendor to fix problem(s) with machinery and inform client about time of repair
  • Follow up with vendor and client to ensure repairs were completed On call phone duties every other weekend after 90-day trial period Handle some billing and reconciliation of customer / vendor invoices Cross train in the duties of a Service Representative for Operations and be able to step in when needed to assist. Miscellaneous duties as assigned by managementMinimum qualifications of this position include:Educational Requirement- High school diploma or G.E.D is requiredAbility to use a computer in a Windows based environment is required.Proficiency (perform the skill without assistance) using Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel isrequired.Must be able to type 35 words per minuteMinimum 2 years’ experience in a call center environmentInside sales experience preferredBenefitsAt Waste Management, each eligible employee receives a competitive total compensationpackage including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. As well asStock Purchase Plan, Company match on 401k plan, Tuition Reimbursement and more! Ouremployees also receive Paid Vacation, Holidays and Personal Days. Please note that benefitsmay vary by site.https://wm.greatjob.net/jobs/JobDescRequestAction.action?PSUID=91fbd8e0-461e-4cbb-8c06-1cd9eb8974a0
  • LOCAL JOB SEARCHLocal job search is critical to your job search because many employers WILL REJECTapplications from most of the people who live over ten miles away for the job…fivemiles if you tell them you have no/limited transportation or more than 30 minutesaway from the job site by bus.This is due to the fact that 80% of a decision to hire or not hire is based upon thefactor(s) of dependability and flexibility. If you live within this range and you start youconversation with the phrase: “You know, I just live down the street…” you haveovercome 80% and if you are excited about the job; you have a handle on the other20%...That usually means: “YOU ARE HIRED!”Consider that when you see an advertisement; you are one of 500+ people whosee that advertisement. At that point the footrace is on and your odds of getting thisjob are running at 500 to 1. Not good odds…right?Consider that 97% of all companies in Arizona employ less than ten employees.Consider that many of these companies cannot afford to $250-300 advertisementsor the 500 resumes that they will get from the cheap Craig List’s Advertisement.So this means that there are many companies who will run anadvertisement ONLY as a last resort and ONLY if they cannot find someoneby letting their current employees refer people, from the sign in the windowor other cheaper means of searching.So this means that there are many companies that have currentunadvertised openings and that very few (if any of those 500 people fromabove) job seekers know anything about these jobs or companies.WHAT IF we could show you a way to find these companies and to find all of thesecompanies that are within that 5-10 mile range, broken down by occupation orindustry?
  • WHAT WOULD access to this great source of information give to you in terms ofan advantage over those 500 other job seekers…?WHAT IF you had an actual script to help you start a conversation with any ofthese employers?WHAT WOULD THIS MEAN TO YOUR JOB SEARCH?SAMPLE:All of these 120 food places are WITHIN 1 MILE of where you are staying. You will pass theseplaces on your way home today.Before you leave here, use the phone to call each and use the following script:“Hello, my name is _______________. I live here in Central Phoenix and I have _______yearsworking in food and I was wondering if I could stop by later today and talk to you about ajob?”If they have an opening…write the info down========================================================================Z Pizza111 W Monroe St # 130, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 254-4145Court House Café111 W Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 258-9248Hero Factory114 W Adams St # 102, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 254-6763Viet Kitchen Restaurant114 W Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 262-5535Sticklers30 N 3rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 254-6700Spoonz Café101 N 1st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 252-0570Crazy Jims Restaurant305 W Washington St Ste 104, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 254-6550Seamus McCaffrey Irish Pub18 W Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 253-6081Breakaway Café251 W Washington St # 10, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 262-6567Province 333 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 429-3600Mystery Mansion Dinner Theatre202 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (480) 994-1520Chef Du Jour401 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 254-2400Fnb RestaurantPO Box 52087, Phoenix, AZ 85072 (480) 425-9463SUBWAY144 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 271-9866Downtown Deli130 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 258-3069Yoshis Restaurant18 W Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 253-9267Yasda Bento18 W Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 254-7174Coney Island Pita Subs16 W Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 253-0292Focaccia Phoenix112 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-0007Baja Fresh Mexican Grill50 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 256-9200Jacquees Espresso40 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-0000SUBWAY555 N Central Ave Ste 104, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-4244El Portal Mexican Grill555 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 293-3916
  • Villa Fresh Italian Pizza25 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 943-5012Icon Lounge50 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 333-0000Marstons Café50 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 333-0000Local Breeze606 N 4th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 368-3612Duck & Decanter1 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 266-6637A Touch of Yogurt2 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 495-9226Copper Square Café 2 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-7257Toms Restaurant & Tavern2 N Central Ave Ste 120, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 257-1688Papa Christos2 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 261-7780McDonalds223 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 254-9374Cibo Restaurant603 N 5th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 441-2697Tims Café101 W Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 262-2321Franks Kitchen364 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 253-6292Matador Mexican Restaurant125 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 254-7563Oakville Grocery50 W Jefferson St # 100, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 252-7600Steves Green House Grill139 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-2742Burger King1 N 1st St 108, Suite 108, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 254-7088First Watch1 N 1st St Ste 100, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 340-9089Silver Spoon Café1 N 1st St # 100, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-0570Schlotzskys1 W Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 253-3333Churchs Chicken720 Grand Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 258-2267Compass Restaurant-Hyatt122 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 440-3166Brooklyn Nyc Pizza144 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-7499Majerles Sports Grill24 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-0118Twentyfourth Street Inc24 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-9004Sing High Café27 W Madison St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 253-7848Hard Rock Café201 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 261-7625City Market201 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 595-7376Quiznos Classic Subs3 S 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-0025Lucy Break Downtown Restaurant3 S 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 307-5825Paradise Bakery &Café3 S 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 256-0462Pizza Hut702 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 229-1133Pasta Bar705 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 » Map (602) 687-8704Turf Paradise Turf Irish Pub705 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 354-8379The Breadfruit108 E Pierce St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 267-1266Arizona Food Marketing Alliance120 E Pierce St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-9761Mi Amigos Mexican Grill455 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 256-7355Ninety-Nine Restaurant and Pub455 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 368-3046SUBWAY455 N 3rd St Suite 1015, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 258-7560Hooters Restaurant455 N 3rd St Ste 375, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 495-1234Lombardis Restaurant at Arizona Center455 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 257-8323
  • Sams Café455 N 3rd St Ste 114, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-3545Cafe Roma455 N 3rd St Ste 180, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 281-6120Brick Restaurant455 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 258-3665SUBWAY201 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 379-7793Whataburger Restaurants201 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 379-7788IlPalazzetto Restaurant201 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 514-8500McDonalds201 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 379-7788Kincaids Fish Chop & Steak2 S 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 340-0000Matts Big Breakfast801 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 254-1074Silver Spoon Express620 W Jackson St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 252-1579Verde Restaurant825 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 254-4400Lobby Shop400 E Van Buren St # 100, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-0304Silver Spoon Café400 E Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-0570Alice Coopers Town101 E Jackson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-7337La Bella Bistro214 W Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 687-8796Vinery214214 W Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 218-6368Cafe 10101010 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 253-5500Paisley Violin1028 Grand Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 254-7843Long Wongs1031 Grand Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 307-9001Fair Trade Café424 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-6912Five Star Café1001 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 258-0121Karims Cobbler Shop & Deli333 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 257-1801Compass RestaurantHYATT REGENCY PHOENIX, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 440-3166Sliders American Grill201 S 4th St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 462-3800Carlys Bistro128 E Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 262-2759Crave Sandwich Cafe & Catering541 E Van Buren St Ste B3, Phoenix, AZ (602) 257-1616SUBWAY401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 253-6839Front Row Sports Grill401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 462-3503BLIMPIE Subs & Salads401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 462-3400Coach & Willies412 S 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 254-5272Bliss905 N 4th St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 252-4898Rose & Crown628 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 256-0223Olde Station Sub Shop1301 W Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 253-7665Club Palazzo710 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 229-1150World Restaurants Inc710 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 229-1150Amsterdam718 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 258-6122Roc Choc700 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85034 (602) 462-3400Homeless mans good deed was a lifetime in the makingReturning lost bag of money was only first stepAbout a year ago, Dave Tally returned a sack full of cash to its rightful owner.
  • It wasnt an easy decision for a 49-year-old man who had been living on the streets for sixyears.But Tally returned the $3,300. He decided it was the right thing to do.the year since then, Tallys entire life has changed.People familiar with how far Tally has come since returning the money think his story hasall the makings of a Hollywood feel-good flick -- a man is down on his luck, and one rightchoice is all it takes to turn his life around.But Tallys story is not that simple. Giving back the money was only one step.The best way to understand how Tallys single good deed sparked a series of life-changingmoments is to let him tell it.The choiceA year ago, Tally was homeless.Most nights, he slept on a mat at a church-based homeless shelter run by TempeCommunity Action Agency.During the day, with nowhere else to go, he walked the streets. That is where he found abackpack full of cash last November.The $3,300 might as well have been $1 million as far as Tally was concerned.He thought about the things he could pay for: a cheap apartment, a bike. The wish list wasnot hard to make for a man who had spent the previous six years homeless.But keeping the cash, Tally explained, "just didnt feel right."He had found the backpack at a Tempe light-rail station. He knew it likely belonged to acollege kid."I just couldnt do it," he said.Stephen Sparks, director of operations at Tempe Community Action Agency, said that thecaseworkers at Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program already had seen Tallyspotential when he showed up for a bed each night in a shelter that required sobriety.I-HELP coordinators had selected Tally as one of the programs night monitors. Thatresponsibility often earned him a spot in the shelter.Tally was asked to encourage people to respect the programs rules. Although manyshelters struggle with violence and crime, I-HELP rarely has such troubles."The program works because people like Dave who are homeless ... dont want to doanything to hurt the people from the church who are kind enough to let them sleep there,"Sparks said.At the time, Tally was working on a step-by-step recovery program. Drugs, alcohol and astring of bad decisions had dogged him for much of his life. He had lost his drivers licensewhen he got a DUI, lost his job, and bit by bit his life unraveled.Tally had developed a plan with an agency caseworker to reach his goals.To get a job, he needed to get his drivers license reinstated. He had to pay fines related tothat crime and other traffic violations. He had to get rid of some bad debt.A bag full of money would have been an easy fix.But to meet any one of those goals, he knew he would have to keep attending his recoverymeetings.Sparks said his staff believed in Tally. "He was so committed to his sobriety," he said.
  • Tally says its hard to have faith in yourself when youve gone so far as to dig through thetrash for a meal and been so low that youve hurt the people who love you most.Struggling with what to do with the money he had found, Tally confided in Sam Sumner,his mentor at I-HELP. Sumner told Tally it was up to him to make a decision aboutwhether to keep it.Tally says the choice came down to not being able to take something he didnt earn fromsomeone who might need it.There was no ID in the backpack, but Sumner found a flash drive and helped Tally trackdown the owner.The cash belonged to Bryan Belanger, an ASU student who, distracted in a conversation onhis cellphone, forgot his bag. Belanger had planned to use the money to buy a car toreplace one wrecked in a recent accident.Meeting Belanger and hearing the student thank and praise him for his honesty andkindness made Tally feel good about himself, he says. He hadnt had that feeling in awhile.Tally says it was more than enough thanks for a man who was used to people on thestreets treating him like he was invisible.But what happened next was more than Tally ever expected.The spotlightTallys good deed sparked an international outpouring of goodwill. People wanted to helphim get off the streets.An Arizona Republic story about his act of kindness went national. He was interviewed byCNN, People magazine and ABCs Diane Sawyer. A few foreign-news outlets picked up thestory. And Maxwell House coffee put him in a 30-second ad as part of a marketingcampaign on the power of optimism.Sparks said agency workers worried that the spotlight might be too much for Tally."We told him anytime he wanted to take a break he could," he said.But Tally said he wanted to use his 15 minutes of fame to promote the non-profit that hadgiven him a meal and place to sleep at night.Tallys story hit a chord with viewers. Donations started pouring in for him and for I-HELP.At final count, donations for Tally reached $10,000. A lawyer volunteered to help him fixhis legal record so he could get his drivers license back. A dentist fixed his teeth.It took about six months, but Tallys lawyer arranged for him to clean up his drivingrecord and get his license back by paying restitution and doing community service.Tally used his donation fund to pay fines. He saved most of the rest for a home."A lot of people in Daves shoes would have taken that money and spent it. Its sad to say,but probably one year later wed see them back in our shelter," Sparks said. "Not Dave. Hekept seeing his caseworker. He stayed with his goals."Sitting in the Tempe Escalante Community Garden earlier this month, Tally shook his headwhen he thought about his friends at the non-profit and the people who were willing tohelp a complete stranger. He thinks his commitment pales in comparison."I just want to thank everyone who was willing to help give me a second chance in life," hesaid.
  • The media attention prompted job offers from around the nation. With more than threetimes the amount of money he had returned in his pocket, it would have been so easy forTally to start over miles away from the Valley where he had made so many mistakes.But Tallys second chance would end up being right in front of him.The futureTally gets sad when he thinks about a homeless man whose crooning earned him nationalfame about the same time last year that Tally was in the news."We all know how that went bad," he said, referring to the mans relapse with substanceabuse.Tally knows how easily life can spiral out of control when it comes to the disease ofaddiction."I didnt want to waste all the good that people had done for me," he said.Even though he had enough money to move out of the shelter right away last year, Tallyasked to keep volunteering and sleeping there.Last January, Tally moved into his own apartment. He didnt want to live in a big, fancyapartment because he worried about the temptations that might come with that lifestyle.Tally chose a no-frills, five-unit complex across the street from a church where he hadslept when he was homeless.He said he wanted "a reminder of where Ive been and where Im not going back again."Seeing Tallys commitment to getting his life in order, the non-profit offered him aninternship at a Tempe community garden it was starting to help fill the charitys foodpantry with fresh vegetables and fruits.Before Tally was homeless, he had worked as a landscape supervisor and gardener."Dave had the background, and we needed someone who understood what we were tryingto do," Sparks said.Sparks offered Tally a six-month internship with the opportunity for a full-time job as themanager of the community garden depending on his performance.In June, Sparks called Tally into his office for a review."I messed with him a little, but I knew he was getting the job," Sparks said. "Hed workedso hard."Tally says that he now has his dream career."Im blessed," he said, adding that he hopes to return to school to further his horticulturestudies.He is in the garden almost every day planting, digging and cultivating food that isdistributed to community volunteers and to the food pantry."I just dont want anybody to have to take something out of the garbage to eat," Tally said,explaining why he spends so much time in the garden.Recently, he started managing an internship program that allows people who arehomeless to volunteer in the garden.He doesnt preach to anyone, though."I let them know that when theyre ready to make changes, its possible," he said.
  • "I learned in my recovery program not to judge other people. I guess all I can say is that if Ihadnt been at that point ... where I was working the program ... I wouldnt have been atthe point to make changes in my life."Last week, Tally boarded a plane to California to visit his parents for Thanksgiving."My mom bought about 50 copies of the People magazine I was in," Tally said with a bigsmile.Seeing his parents pride made it easier for Tally to believe in himself again.In the spring, when Tallys license was reinstated, he bought a motorcycle. He follows astrict budget to maintain his simple lifestyle."My bills, they get priority. Nothing else gets done until they get paid," he said. "Its a greatfeeling to be able to put back into society after being a person who was dependent onsociety for so long."At the end of a days work, Tally gets to go home."The key that opens my door is a privilege, and I have to earn it."==========================================================================FlaggerExpress Temporary Services dba Express Employment ProfessionalsTemporary position to last 1 week.Will be working at the railroad crossing acting as a crossing guard to protect equipment andworkers from cars and public.Requires 1-3 years in construction or industrial work. Recent work experience in the last 12months is required. Will work Mon-Fri 6am-3:30pm. Job Location: South Phoenix.The employer requests you call their office for an appointment. 602-458-9500When calling you should identify the position you are applying for by the job title listed above.==========================================================================
  • Selector, Night-11003969Schedule: Regular-Full-timePrimary Location: AZ-PhoenixProcesses work orders in the warehouse by manually selecting the correct products from theracks, palletizing them and delivering the merchandise to the dock secured and shrinkwrapped for delivery in a safe and efficient manner.DescriptionSelects customer orders from pick slots using pick lists of assorted items to build ordersaccording to customer stops. This involves riding a pallet jack, moving products from racks topallet, labeling the selected cases with the order labels and notifying Restocker of empty orshort slots for replenishment.Delivers merchandise to correct dock area, stacks items on pallets according to driver stops(customer locations) for next day delivery and shrink wraps palletized orders.Works in a safe and efficient manner, including a pre-trip examination all equipment.Qualified candidates who are selected will be hired on during their first 90 days as atemporary employee through our staffing agency. Once you have successfully completedyour first 90 days of employment, you will be eligible to move into a permanent full timeposition with U.S. Foodservice.Performs various clean up duties: Clears aisle of all debris, returns pallet jack to charging area,and hook up jack for battery charging. Stack empty pallets from slots in aisle. Clean up anyspills and place damaged product in recoup area.Complete any related paperwork.QualificationsEducation/Training: High School Education or GED preferred; Must be at least 18 years of age.Related Experience: Previous comparable warehouse experience preferred; experience withpallet jack or high lift preferred.Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Able to read and write legibly; basic mathematical skills (add,subtract, multiply, divide); good verbal communication skills; Must be team oriented and ableto get along with others.https://usfood.taleo.net/careersection/ext/jobdetail.ftl
  • Maintenance Mechanic-11003958Regular-Full-timePrimary Location: AZ-Phoenix-PhoenixResponsible for upkeep and maintenance of warehouse-related equipment (i.e. pallet jacks,highlifts, forklifts, batteries, etc). This keeps day and night warehouse operations functional toensure efficient shipping and receiving of product.DescriptionPerform necessary repairs and maintenance to warehouse-related equipment (i.e. pallet jacks,highlifts, forklifts, etc.) to insure that adequate machinery is available for day and nightwarehouse operations.Perform PMs (Preventative Maintenance) on equipment, and maintain PM log with properdocumentation, per USF policy.Comply with all USF and government guidelines regarding safety when working on equipment(i.e. Lock Out/Tag Out, placarding and required documentation, safe work environment, etc.)Responsible for company tools and maintenance equipment used in performance of jobduties, including inventory maintenance, safe operation, proper storage, and security of toolsMechanics are required to provide their own tools and tool box for this position.The shift for this position is 12:00pm - 8:30pm M-FQualificationsEducation/Training: High School education or equivalent preferred; additional mechanictraining or trade school degree preferred.Related Experience: A minimum of 5 years previous mechanic experience required.Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Knowledge of equipment repair and operation; able to repair andoverhaul warehouse equipment; electrical background a must with the ability to readschematics; plumbing, carpentry and welding ability; able to read and write legibly; able tofollow orders; basic mathematical skills (add, subtract, multiply, divide); able to work with littledirect supervisionhttps://usfood.taleo.net/careersection/ext/jobdetail.ftl
  • The inaugural PHX Urban Expo presented by GreaterPhoenix Urban League will bring an exciting end to2011.Last year the longstanding organization celebrated 65 years of excellence. The event was notonly a first for Greater Phoenix Urban League but it was the first of its kind for the GreaterPhoenix metropolitan area.This year, the Expo will be December 2-3 in the heart of downtown at the PhoenixConvention Center. Its free and open to the public – bringing together families, seniors andyouth with businesses interested in building a better Arizona through cultural connections.The Expo is the result of the collaborative efforts of individuals and organizations across ourgreat state. With a focus on business, housing, career, finances and health, the Expo willprovide the chance for self enhancement and engagement. Local businesses and individualswill have the opportunity to showcase products and services to thousands of Phoenixresidents over two days.The community will be able to participate in various activities leading up to and during theExpo. These include: Theatre Extravanganza - Career Fair - Housing and Education Workshops -Health Workshops and Presentations - JW Robinson Society Demonstrations by United Black Firefighters -Childrens Activities including child identification cards -Kids Zone with Candy Cane Lane and Santa -Youth Summit -Arizona Authors Pavilion - Health & Wellness Fair - Holiday Shopping -Urban Voices Stage - Steppers Urban Style - Conscious Thinkers -Urban Poetry Friday, December 2 Phoenix Convention Center - South Hall