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This is a new copy of our twice a week, new job opportunity magazine for our local Job Club Chapter...for Veterans attempting to integrate back into the Phoenix Metro Community from ...

This is a new copy of our twice a week, new job opportunity magazine for our local Job Club Chapter...for Veterans attempting to integrate back into the Phoenix Metro Community from prison/jail...Employers who are interested in helping these Veterans and/or if you are an employer that can hire from this population of skilled Veterans that made life mistakes due to PTSD or poor judgement; you are welcome and encouraged to come and post (FOR FREE) job leads in this publication...please contact Project VETS at 602-223-4327

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    • JOB CLUB LEADS 9 FEB 2012 JOB DEVELOPER EDITION
    • INTERVIEW PRACTICE –DO MOCK INTERVIEWS TO GET YOUR DREAM JOB! INTERVIEW PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Make Your Mistakes in a Mock Interview Interviewing for a job is a nerve-wracking ordeal for many people. You may feel uncomfortable “selling” yourself or fielding unexpected questions. Or maybe the prospect of having to meet and impress new people is enough to trigger your anxiety. The good news is thatinterviewing is a skill you can learn. With the right tips and techniques—and plenty of practice—you can become a master of sharing your valuewith potential employers and presenting yourself effectively.INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES TIP 1: INTERVIEW FOR AS MANY JOBS AS YOU CANLets assume you have focused your search on certain types of jobs and types ofemployers. You have developed a preferred list of both. You have scanned thehorizon, conducted research, compiled your questions, and engaged your networkfor assistance. Your resume is in order.Then job openings start to pop up through your web searches and referrals. Someseem close but others don’t quite fit. You quickly skip over those jobs that are
    • "beneath" you, have titles that appear to be foreign, or are in fields or industriesyou’re unfamiliar with. You have decided to be focused and only apply forpositions that exactly match your search criteria.But limiting your job search limits the possibilities. Once you create too manyfilters and requirements, you can easily overlook opportunities. In this type ofmarket you have to get out there and actively uncover opportunities. Dont dismissopportunities to interview based upon superficial and narrow criteria.You neverknow when an interview for a “not-quite-right” job will result in a surprisingmatch, a referral to another opening, or an entirely new position tailored to fityour unique experience and abilities.Why you should interview as much as possible: You need the practice. Some of you have not interviewed for a while. You need to refine your story and you can only do that through practice. That means interviewing as much as you can. Interviewing will refine your job search. By getting out there and interviewing, you’ll learn about new trends, positions, and opportunities, your perspective will shift, and you’ll see new paths that you were previously unaware of. Interviewing will make your network stronger. As you engage your network for interview referrals and recommendations, you will not only strengthen existing connections, but you’ll meet new people who are connected to your network. Interviewing may lead to unexpected opportunities. If you have the skills and impress in the interview, that carries weight in the organization. Employers want to place good people and may even refer you to opportunities outside of the firm.INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES TIP 2: DEVELOP A COMPELLING STORYWe tend to conclude that our lives are pretty much the same as other peoples,that they’re average and boring. As a result, many people don’t tell their own storywell. But your story is so much better than you think. The way your life hasevolved; the things you’ve learned; your achievements, failings, and dreams—
    • these things are unique to you and much more interesting than you realize.Sharing your well thought out story is a powerful interviewing technique.Your story is what helps people understand who you are and where you are going.So learn to tell your story and tell it well, especially for interviewing andnetworking purposes. Putting together your story takes a lot of work and practice.However, the benefits to you and to your career are enormous. Your stories: Give you confidence Increase your self-awareness Bring humanity to your resume Make you memorable and set you apartDeveloping your story for job interviews Take a comprehensive inventory of the chapters of your life. Think about major events, memories, and turning points that shaped who you are. Make notes about your feelings, expectations, and frustrations, or what you learned, accomplished, and experienced. Organize your chapters by time periods or jobs. Focus on memorable “aha” moments. These stories need to have vivid dimensions so people will experience that moment with you. It may have been a moment with your mom on the porch, or a trip you took to a far away place, or what a boss or mentor told you. The stories don’t have to be dramatic, just meaningful to you. Uncover the themes in your story. What emerges as your passion? Mentoring others, doing research, helping a specific type of client, advancing knowledge in your field? What gives you joy? Are you a teacher, a leader, an entrepreneur, a risk taker? Reflect on your career path. How have you arrived where you are today? Why did you make certain choices? Who helped you along the way? What motivated you then and now? Have your career goals remained the same or have they changed? Are you someone who likes new projects? Or executes the details of someone elses vision?Practice makes perfectOnce you’ve developed your story, the next step is to practice telling it—saying itout loud, ideally to others. Don’t wait until the interview to tell it for the first time.Try reciting it into a tape recorder or sharing it with a confidante for feedback. Get
    • over your feelings of story inadequacy or thinking that a job well done speaks foritself.As you become more comfortable in how to tell your story, you will see that yourlife has not just been a string of random events. Your story has a past and it has afuture and the road ahead becomes clearer when you understand where you havebeen. The ultimate test will be the next time someone says, "Tell me aboutyourself."INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES TIP: TAILOR YOUR STORY TO THE JOBApplying your story to a specific employer or job is the next step. Lining up thestories that apply to the opportunity at hand is critical. Put yourself in theinterviewer’s shoes and pose the questions you would ask. Which stories arerelevant to this job interview? Think about personal stories that show how youhandled change, made choices under pressure, or learned lessons from mistakesand failures. You should also think about stories you can tell in the interview thatreveal your skill set.Learning and appreciating your story is a prerequisite to any interview process.Don’t rely on your ability to think on your feet. Anticipate the questions and haveanswers at the ready. In the end, this is about making a great and memorableimpression that demonstrates competency and ability.You may want to start by developing your stories around these areas: State times where you either made money or saved money for your current or previous company. Focus on a crisis or two in your life or job and how you responded or recovered from it. A time where you functioned as a part of a team and what that contribution was. A time in your career or job where you had to deal with stress. A time in your job where you provided successful leadership or a sense of direction. The failures you faced in your job and how you overcame them. The seminal events that happened during your career that caused you to change direction and how that worked out for you.If you’re having trouble developing a good interviewing story, ask your friends orfamily members for their own success stories. Notice the elements that make
    • them work, such as specific details and a smooth flow. Notice elements that don’twork, such as vagueness or rambling. Then think about your own experience andtry to uncover the moments when you really excelled or when you rose to meet achallenge. After you identify several, practice them until they flow easy and workon adapting them to different types of questions.INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES TIP: BE PREPAREDInterviews range from conversations lasting a few minutes to several formalmeetings, sometimes with more than one interviewer. Interviews allow you todemonstrate that you are the right candidate for the job, but you are not alone ifinterviews make you nervous. The better prepared you are, the more comfortableyou will be when the questions start coming your way.Job interview preparation tips: Do your research. Gather information about the company and the position available. Try to specifically relate your experience to the duties the job opportunity entails. Practice interviewing. Enlist a friend (better yet, a group of friends and colleagues) to ask you sample questions. Practice making eye contact. Record your practice sessions. Pay attention to body language and verbal presentation. Eliminate extra movements and verbal fillers, like “uh,” and “um.” Handle logistics early. Have your clothes, resume, and directions to the interview site ready ahead of time, to avoid any extra stress.Don’t forget about your referencesDon’t let your references be the last to know about your job search, oreven worse, get an unexpected call from a potential employer. Manyoffers are withdrawn over bad references. Why take that chance? Get intouch with your references right away to seek help and to avoid surpriseson either side. Are your references relevant to your current job search? Who should you add or subtract? Are there any reference gaps? Gaps that an employer will question? What is your story about those gaps?
    • Can a colleague, vendor, customer, or board member be added to replace or enhance the list? What is the current status of your relationship with your references?INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES TIP: ANTICIPATE LIKELY QUESTIONSTo get to the motivations and working style of a potential employee, employersoften turn to behavioral interviewing, an interviewing style which consists of aseries of probing, incisive questions.Sample behavioral interview questions include: Describe a situation in which you didn’t meet your stated goal, how did you handle it? Tell us about a situation in which you encountered resistance from key people, how did you convince the person or people to do what you wanted? Describe a situation in which you took the initiative to change a process or system and make it better, how did you identify the problem? How did you go about instituting change?Preparing good interview answersInterviewers will follow up your preliminary answers with further questions aboutyour actions. To prepare for these types of interview questions, the following tipsmight help: Review your research about the company and the position. Make a list of key attributes for your desired job. Write sample interview questions that are likely to uncover the attributes you identified as important. Create answers to the sample interview questions based on a template such as “Situation – Action – Result” with specific details from your work experience. Practice answering the interview questions and follow-up questions so that you are very familiar with several detailed examples/stories. Rehearse key points.Learn how to communicate better and have more confidenceEmotional intelligence (EQ) matters just as much as intellectual ability, if not moreso, when it comes to work success. EQ helps you communicate clearly, work well
    • with others, roll with problems, defuse conflict, and feel confident socially. Best ofall, you can raise your EQ at any time.INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES TIP: ASK QUESTIONS DURING THE INTERVIEWBeing prepared and asking great questions about the position and the employershows your interest during the interview. You cant just be an effective responder.You need to assert yourself, too. By the time you reach the interviewing stage, youshould be clear about what you want and what you offer to the company.Try to be thoughtful and self-reflective in both your interview questions and youranswers. Show the interviewee you know yourself—your strengths and yourweaknesses. Be prepared to talk about which areas would present challenges andhow you would address them. Admitting true areas of weakness is much moreconvincing than claiming: "I have what you need and I can do anything I put mymind to."Questions to ask potential employers in job interviews The people who do well at your company: what skills and attributes do they usually have? What do you like best about working at _____? What results are expected? What specific problems are you hoping to solve during the first six months? Who are the key internal customers? Any special issues with them? What happened to the person who had this job before? What communication style do you prefer? What is your philosophy regarding on-the-job growth and development? What are your goals for the department?INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES TIP: FOCUS ON COMMONALITIESA conscious goal you should have in every interview is finding common humanconnections. If you set out with the intention to discover how you and the personinterviewing you are connected and what you share, you will discovercommonalities much faster. And the interviewing process will be much lessintimidating because of it.
    • Tips for discovering commonalities with your interviewer: Do your research. Google every person you know you are going to meet or think you might meet in the interview, especially senior executives. Learn what might be common areas of interest in advance. Listen and pay attention. If you listen during the interview and look for commonalities, they will seem omnipresent. When your interviewer mentions his or her alma mater, weekend plans, kids, or favorite restaurant, you have the chance to ask questions and find common ground. You can also take a look around the office. Do you see a book you’ve read, a product you want or just bought, or a photo you like? If so, you have a means to discuss commonalities. Lead with your interests and passions. How you introduce yourself and talk about yourself in the interview matters. If you integrate facts and interests into your spiel about yourself, then you create opportunities to connect. After the "What do you do?" or "Tell me about yourself" query, tell your story. Find common ground in the context. Where you are meeting, your surroundings, and the purpose of your connection are all reference points. There is a reason why both of you find yourself at this unique place and time. Why are you both in this business? Do you know the any of the same people?While searching for commonalities, avoid pummeling your interviewer with aseries of set questions. Let the interview happen naturally, but keep an eye out forhints of commonalities. Once you do, the world will feel like a smaller, friendlierplace and your anxiety over interviewing will shrink.
    • 1. Heavy Machine Operator- HMO ALocation: Phoenix, AZEmployment Type: Full TimeDescription: Understand and program the CNC (Computer Numerical Control)equipment. Ability to operate CNC equipment. Load and unload equipment withmaterial. Troubleshoot, properly mark and stamp materials. Maintain and cleanmachine daily. Other duties may be assigned.Qualifications: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and/or 12months experience.Heavy Machine Operator- HMO ADivision: Schuff Steel - Arizonahttp://schuff.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-262611.html---------------------------------------------------------------2.Shop FitterLocation: Phoenix, AZEmployment Type: Full TimeDivision: Schuff Steel - ArizonaDescription: Assembles and fits to drawing dimensions all kinds of structural,plate, and mechanical materials into all types of assemblies. Must be proficient inthe full skills of the trade. Receives instructions, prints, sketches, and work orders.Reads and interprets blueprints and plans the fitting operation. Directs and assistsin handling and spreading of material, assembling material into requiredrelationships according to detail drawings; handling and placing detail material inassembly, placing bolts, drift pins and other fastening devices in proper location.Does minor layout.Qualifications: High school diploma or general education degree (GED), and/or 12months of training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Abilityto calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, area,circumference, and volume.Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra andgeometry.All applications necessary to adequately perform required tasks.Shop FitterDivision: Schuff Steel - Arizonahttp://schuff.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-151505.html--------------------------------------------------------------
    • 3. Shop WelderLocation: Eloy, AZEmployment Type: Full TimeDescription: Welds a large variety of materials by shield, submerged, gas, filler arc,etc. Welds in all positions with a high degree of proficiency utilizing full skills of thetrade including knowledge of common heat reactions of structural metals and iscertifiable. Receives working instructions and follows welding procedures. Movesmaterial to and from the work area.Moves welding equipment to material whennecessary. Position component parts on a table held by a fixture or jib, tackingwhen required. Welds on ground level, above ground, and below ground, in anyrequire position.Qualifications: High school diploma or general education degree (GED), and/or 12months of training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Abilityto add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers,common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent.Abilityto draw and interpret bar graphs.Shop WelderDivision: Schuff Steel - ArizonaLocation: Eloy, AZhttp://schuff.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-170655.html----------------------------------------------------------------4. Tool Repair TechnicianLocation: Phoenix, AZEmployment Type: Full TimeDescription: Responsible for the repair and preventative maintenance of allmechanical, electrical, and pneumatic tools and equipment.Duties: Repair and rebuild 2 and 4 cycle engines. Troubleshoot and repair toolsthat include grinders, roto-hammers, mag-drills, phlegmatic tuggers, buttonpunches, com-a-longs, chain falls, and cable falls as well as other applicable toolsand equipment. Order and stock tool parts and equipment. Organize and cleanwork area to ensure a safe and efficient work zone. Communicate with vendors toensure proper items are purchased and correctly invoiced. Maintain properpaperwork for department records. Outsource equipment repairs if needed andtrack appropriate documents. Interface with co-workers and management toensure that proper work is performed effectively and cost-efficient.
    • Qualifications: HS diploma or equivalent. 5 years related experience in the repairof pneumatic, mechanical, and electrical tools and equipment. Two (2) years ofcourse work from an accredited vocational/educational institution may substitutefor two (2) years of the required exp. Demonstrated knowledge of basic electricalcodes. Proven ability to repair electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical tools such as:wrenches, drills, mags, screw-drivers, and other applicable items needed to repairequipment. Use of computer testing equipment. Work is outdoors. Must be ableto lift at least 50lbs repetitively throughout an 8-10hr day.Tool Repair TechnicianDivision: Schuff Steel - Arizonahttp://schuff.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-217499.html-----------------------------------------------------------------5. Electrician (Weld Machine Repair)Location: Phoenix, AZEmployment Type: Full TimeDescription: Responsible for utilizing electrical knowledge and experience totroubleshoot and repair various pieces of welding equipment.Troubleshoot and repair both AC and DC of the following equipment; LN-25 WireFeeders, LN-8 Wire Feeders, DC-600 Welding Power Sources, Inverter WeldingPower Sources, Stud Welding Power Sources and Stud Guns.Responsible for the maintenance and repair of motor generated welding powersources and generated AZ power sources (electrical side only).Keep accurate maintenance and calibration records of all welding equipment perAISC requirements.Duties: The above statements describe the general nature and level of work beingperformed in this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all dutiesand indeed additional responsibilities may be assigned, as required bymanagementQualifications: Experience, Education & Training:HS diploma or equivalent. 5years related experience in the repair of welding equipment. Two (2) years ofcourse work from an accredited vocational/educational institution may substitutefor two (2) years of the required exp.Electrician (Weld Machine Repair)Division: Schuff Steel - Arizonahttp://schuff.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-264347.html------------------------------------------------------------------
    • 6.Impress Associate W Camelback Rd Phoenix AZ 85013 Part-timeSOME RESTRICTIONS BUT, HIRING IS ON A CASE-by-CASE BASIS & BASED UPONYOUR PERSONAL ATITUTE.The ImPress Associate works to positively contribute to the customers shoppingexperience byproviding friendly and effective service, assisting customers in theself-serve area and by producing high quality documents in a timely manner.Position Requirements* Working knowledge of Windows-based and Macintosh computer applications* Ability to learn howto use high volume production equipment and relatedperipherals including a digital color copier and scanner* Work a variety of day/evening shifts as needed, including weekends as indicatedon the weekly work scheduleImpress Associate 928 W Camelback Rd Phoenix AZ 85013OfficeMaxhttps://careers.officemax.com/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/hrrcf_a_unreg_job_search?sap-client=200&SAP-EP-THEMEROOT=/SAP/PUBLIC/BC/ur/nw5/themes/Trade_Show---------------------------------------------------------------------7. Banquet Set Attendant - All Shifts AvailableIdeal candidate should have prior hands-on Banquet experience, including athorough knowledge of necessary equipment, logistics, set-up, and break downstandards. Ability to work a flexible schedule including days, evenings, weekends,and holiday required. Overnight position available as well.QUALIFICATION:Experience Prior hospitality supervisory experience preferred.Licenses or Certificates Not applicable. Grooming All employees must maintain aneat, clean and well-groomed appearance per Starwood standards.Employer Name: Starwood Hotels Resorts Worldwide IncJob Title: Banquet Set Attendant - All Shifts Available at The PhoenicianPlease follow the on-line application instructions for this opportunity atwww.starwood.jobs.https://jobs.starwoodcareers.com/cui(bD1lbiZjPTA0MA==)/default.htm?publicationId=cGd1aWQ9NEYzMTJDMzI3OUI5QzBGQ0UxMDA4MDAwMEE4MEM4Njk%3d&configurationId=Z_VIEWER---------------------------------------------------------------------8. Cleaning Support - ChandlerSOME RESTRICTIONS BUT, HIRING IS ON A CASE-by-CASE BASIS & BASED UPONYOUR PERSONAL ATITUTE.
    • Responsibilities:•Perform various cleaning duties, such as vacuuming, sweeping, dusting, cleaningmirrors and displays and wiping tables/desks•Clean, detail and re-stock paper products in restrooms•Remove and dispose of garbage and recycle items•Properly use all cleaning products and equipmentQualifications•Strong attention to detail•Ability to work independently while supporting a team environment•Ability to communicate clearly and professionally with customers and coworkers•High level of ownership, accountability and initiative•Ability to work a flexible schedule based on department and store needsEmployer Name: NordstromJob Title: Cleaning Support - Chandler Festival Rackhttps://nordstrom.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=066479---------------------------------------------------------------------9. Warehouse Employee-Nights - West ValleySOME RESTRICTIONS BUT, HIRING IS ON A CASE-by-CASE BASIS & BASED UPON YOURPERSONAL ATITUTE.Night shifts, M-Th 5pm-4amPay - $11/hourQualifications:To perform this job successfully, an individual MUST be able toperform each essential duty while being held accountable to standards ofExcellence. MUST have warehouse experience Must be able to lift 50+ pounds throughout entire shift Must have a good command of English language, both written and spoken Must have the ability to work standing for 12 hour shifts, within a warm environment Must have the capability to work quickly and safely Strong attention to detail Must have good job tenureEducation and/or Experience High School Diploma or GED required Minimum 2 years of warehouse experience
    • Warehouse Employee-Nights - West ValleyAerotek Commercial Staffing - Phoenix West, AZHeather Wright - hwright@aerotek.com1850 N. 95th. Ave. Suite 180 Phoenix, AZ 85037----------------------------------------------------------------------10. ID & OD Grinder$18.00 to $22.00 per HourThis is a first and third shift position available and the pay is based off onexperience. The following experience is required for this position: At Least 2 years OD/ID Grinding experience Set-up and Change-out experience Must have Manual Machine experience Pass a Background and Drug Test...NO FELONY. Willing to work OT Aerospace experience is a plusID & OD GrinderAerotek Commercial Staffing - Phoenix West, AZTyler James Burns - tburns@aerotek.com1850 N. 95th. Ave. Suite 180 Phoenix, AZ 85037----------------------------------------------------------------------11. Production/Warehouse AssociatesSOME RESTRICTIONS BUT, HIRING IS ON A CASE-by-CASE BASIS & BASED UPONYOUR PERSONAL ATITUTE.$10.00 to $12.00 per HourCurrently hiring Production and Warehouse Associates for a client in the WestValley.Job Description: use forklift to move product around stage product basic assembly using hand tools and power tools pick/pack some machine operationRequirements: forklift experience pick/pack order puller
    • basic assembly machine operationProduction/Warehouse AssociatesAerotek Commercial Staffing - Phoenix West, AZIf interested in position please apply using the link below or come to the Aerotek OfficeMon-Thurs anytime from 9a-1130a or 1p-430p to fill out application and speak with Jeff S.@1850 N. 95th. Ave. Suite 180 Phoenix, AZ 85037http://labor.thingamajob.com/jobs/Arizona/Production-Warehouse-Associates/2481144#apply----------------------------------------------------------------------12. Machine Operator-Nights 3rd shift - Phoenix West, AZSOME RESTRICTIONS BUT, HIRING IS ON A CASE-by-CASE BASIS & BASED UPONYOUR PERSONAL ATITUTE.Pay: $11/hrCurrently setting up interviews for Machine Operators for a client in the WestValley.Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty listed below. Must have a good understanding of the English language, both written and spoken. Must be able to read and interpret drawings, follow routers, use simple math, and use basic hand held measuring tools. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from supervisors and managers Ability to work 12-hour shifts in a non-climate controlled environmentEDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or GED required. Minimum 2 years of Machine OperationMachine Operator-Nights 3rd shift - Phoenix West, AZAerotek Commercial Staffing - Phoenix West, AZNicholas Glaser Bowers - nbowers@aerotek.com1850 N. 95th. Ave. Suite 180 Phoenix, AZ 85037
    • 13. Cooks, Restaurant North Phx Job Fair 2/14Prepare, season, and cook soups, meats, vegetables, desserts, or other foodstuffsin restaurants. May order supplies, keep records and accounts, price items onmenu, or plan menu.Apply in person at job fair being held on Tuesday February 14, 2012 from 9am-12NoonEmployer Name: MacayosJob Title: Cooks, Restaurant North Phx Job Fair 2/14Apply in person at job fair being held on Tuesday February 14, 2012 from 9am-12 Noon at9801 N 7th St PHOENIX, AZ 85020 US-----------------------------------------------------14. Dishwashers North Phx Job Fair 2/14Clean dishes, kitchen, food preparation equipment, or utensils.Apply in person at job fair being held on Tuesday February 14, 2012 from 9am-12NoonEmployer Name: MacayosJob Title: Dishwashers North Phx Job Fair 2/14Apply in person at job fair being held on Tuesday February 14, 2012 from 9am-12 Noon at9801 N 7th St PHOENIX, AZ 85020 US-----------------------------------------------------15. Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/Bussers - Surprise AZ USFront of the house positions include Cashiers, Food Runners, and RestaurantSupport. These positions are the first and main points of contact our guests havewith our brand. You are the team responsible for making sure the guestexperience gets off to a great start and finishes with every guest excited to comeback. Greeting our guests with a warm smile, making menu suggestions, takingorders, working the point-of-sale registers, delivering food to our guests, bussingtables, and assisting the take out team are all part of your daily routine.Employer Name: Pei Wei Asian Diner - Surprise AZ USJob Title: Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/Bussershttps://peiwei.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3826/Front-of-the-House-Cashiers-Food-Runners-BussersSurprise-AZ------------------------------------------------------
    • 16. Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/Bussers - W McDowell RdFront of the house positions include Cashiers, Food Runners, and RestaurantSupport. These positions are the first and main points of contact our guests havewith our brand. You are the team responsible for making sure the guestexperience gets off to a great start and finishes with every guest excited to comeback. Greeting our guests with a warm smile, making menu suggestions, takingorders, working the point-of-sale registers, delivering food to our guests, bussingtables, and assisting the take out team are all part of your daily routine.Employer Name: Pei Wei Asian Diner - W McDowell RdJob Title: Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/BussersPhoenix AZ US 85003 701 W McDowell Rd. Suite 101https://peiwei.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3823/Front-of-the-House-Cashiers-Food-Runners-Bussers-McDowell-LocationPhoenix-AZ---------------------------------------------------------17. Wok Cooks, Saute Cooks, Prep Cooks, Pantry Cooks, Dishwashers - ArcadiaBack of the house team is the backbone of our restaurant concept. We cant treatour guests to an amazing experience if we dont have talented cooks (wok, prepand pantry) and dishwashers keeping our kitchen humming at top speed. In fact,speed is one of the most commonly talked about aspects of our restaurant - weoperate much like an Indy Car or NASCAR crew. Every person on the team plays anintegral role to the successful operation of the restaurant - and, at the core of oursuccess is doing our jobs quickly and accurately. So, if you are looking for a super,fast-paced environment, if you love a lunch or dinner shift flashing by in an instant,you will really love being a member of our team.Wok Cooks, Saute Cooks, Prep Cooks, Pantry Cooks, Dishwashers - Arcadia4340 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018Please apply online, or visit your local Pei Wei Asian Diner between 8am and 11am, or 2pmand 5pm Monday through Friday to complete an employment application.https://peiwei.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3802/Wok-Cooks-Saute-Cooks-Prep-Cooks-Pantry-Cooks-Dishwashers-ArcadiaPhoenix-AZ---------------------------------------------------------18. Wok Cooks, Prep Cooks, Pantry Cooks, Dishwashers - McDowell LocationBack of the house team is the backbone of our restaurant concept. We cant treatour guests to an amazing experience if we dont have talented cooks (wok, prepand pantry) and dishwashers keeping our kitchen humming at top speed. In fact,speed is one of the most commonly talked about aspects of our restaurant - weoperate much like an Indy Car or NASCAR crew. Every person on the team plays an
    • integral role to the successful operation of the restaurant - and, at the core of oursuccess is doing our jobs quickly and accurately. So, if you are looking for a super,fast-paced environment, if you love a lunch or dinner shift flashing by in an instant,you will really love being a member of our team.Wok Cooks, Prep Cooks, Pantry Cooks, Dishwashers - McDowell LocationPei Wei Asian DinerPhoenix AZ US 85003 701 W McDowell Rd. Suite 101Please apply online, or visit your local Pei Wei Asian Diner between 8am and 11am, or 2pmand 5pm Monday through Friday to complete an employment application.https://peiwei.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3824/Wok-Cooks-Prep-Cooks-Pantry-Cooks-Dishwashers-McDowell-LocationPhoenix-AZ---------------------------------------------------------------------------19. Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/Bussers - Bell Towne LocationFront of the house positions include Cashiers, Food Runners, and RestaurantSupport. These positions are the first and main points of contact our guests havewith our brand. You are the team responsible for making sure the guestexperience gets off to a great start and finishes with every guest excited to comeback. Greeting our guests with a warm smile, making menu suggestions, takingorders, working the point-of-sale registers, delivering food to our guests, bussingtables, and assisting the take out team are all part of your daily routine.Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/Bussers - Bell Towne LocationPei Wei Asian DinerPhoenix AZ US 85022 267 E Bell Rd. Suite 1Please submit your interest by applying online - or, you are welcome to visit your local PeiWei Asian Diner between 8am and 11am, or 2pm to 5pm to complete an applicationhttps://peiwei.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3810/Front-of-the-House-Cashiers-Food-Runners-Bussers-Bell-Towne-LocationPhoenix-AZ----------------------------------------------------------------------------20. Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/Bussers - GlendaleFront of the house positions include Cashiers, Food Runners, and RestaurantSupport. These positions are the first and main points of contact our guests havewith our brand. You are the team responsible for making sure the guestexperience gets off to a great start and finishes with every guest excited to comeback. Greeting our guests with a warm smile, making menu suggestions, takingorders, working the point-of-sale registers, delivering food to our guests, bussingtables, and assisting the take out team are all part of your daily routine.
    • Front of the House - Cashiers & Food Runners/Bussers - GlendalePei Wei Asian DinerGlendale AZ US 85308 20022 N 67th Ave. Suite 100Please submit your interest by applying online - or, you are welcome to visit your local PeiWei Asian Diner between 8am and 11am, or 2pm to 5pm to complete an applicationhttps://peiwei.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3808/Front-of-the-House-Cashiers-Food-Runners-BussersGlendale-AZ----------------------------------------------------------------------------21. Wok Cooks, Prep Cooks, Pantry Cooks, Dishwashers - GlendaleBack of the house team is the backbone of our restaurant concept. We cant treatour guests to an amazing experience if we dont have talented cooks (wok, prepand pantry) and dishwashers keeping our kitchen humming at top speed. In fact,speed is one of the most commonly talked about aspects of our restaurant - weoperate much like an Indy Car or NASCAR crew. Every person on the team plays anintegral role to the successful operation of the restaurant - and, at the core of oursuccess is doing our jobs quickly and accurately. So, if you are looking for a super,fast-paced environment, if you love a lunch or dinner shift flashing by in an instant,you will really love being a member of our team.Wok Cooks, Prep Cooks, Pantry Cooks, Dishwashers - GlendalePei Wei Asian DinerGlendale AZ US 85308 20022 N 67th Ave. Suite 100Please apply online, or visit your local Pei Wei Asian Diner between 8am and 11am, or 2pmand 5pm Monday through Friday to complete an employment application.https://peiwei.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3808/Front-of-the-House-Cashiers-Food-Runners-BussersGlendale-AZ--------------------------------------------------------------------------22. Grader, Bulldozer, and Scraper Operators - Chandler, AZ US$20.00 HourMust have a minimum of 3 years experience in operating a Scraper. EEOE,minorities and women encouraged to apply. All applicants are subject to pre-employment drug testing. Employment verified through E-Verify.Employer Name: Achen-Gardner Construction, LLC.Job Title: Grader, Bulldozer, and Scraper Operators - Chandler, AZ USApply in person at 550 S. 79th St. Chandler, AZ 85226 Office is located south of Chandler Blvdand West of McClintock on 79th St.OR...The employer requests you fax your information. Fax both a cover letter and yourresume/statement of qualifications to 480-403-9425------------------------------------------------------------------------
    • 23. Merchandiser - Phoenix, AZ - N 71ST AVENUE0-2 years related experienceThis position is responsible for accurate shelving of company products at assignedcustomers at the store level. Takes products from customers storage freezer andstock these products on shelves Adjusts product facings as necessary Rotatesproducts in the customers freezer display case Supports and merchandises allproducts within the company designated portfolio Assists with re-sets of productby understanding store plans Rearranges stock in the customers storage freezerMaintains positive customer relationships to ensure maximum product displayAssists in the pre-ordering of sales for delivery to customers. Complete on-linesurveys via computer regarding company product and inventory.Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Ability to operate company equipment includinghandhelds; ability to communicate effectively verbally; strong time managementskills; valid drivers license; must have access to a computer and have basiccomputer skills.Employer Name: The business and subsidiaries of The Schwan FJob Title: Merchandiser - Phoenix, AZ - N 71ST AVENUE890 N 71ST AVENUE (1309)https://schwans.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl?job=12000807&lang=en------------------------------------------------------------------------24. Night CleanerNo High School Diploma or GED...Drug Testing/Screening, Reference ChecksNo experience necessary. Employer is willing to train. Must have own car. Cleanoffices in the eveningsEmployer Name: Environment Control - PhoenixJob Title: Night CleanerThe employer requests you apply at the companys website. Please have available a copy ofyour resume/statement of qualifications to assist you with filling any forms. Apply to:http://www.environmentcopntrol.com---------------------------------------------------------------------------25.Selector, Night - 12000014 - AZ-PhoenixProcesses work orders in the warehouse by manually selecting the correctproducts from the racks, palletizing them and delivering the merchandise to thedock secured and shrink wrapped for delivery in a safe and efficient manner.
    • Description: Selects customer orders from pick slots using pick lists of assorteditems to build orders according to customer stops. This involves riding a pallet jack,moving products from racks to pallet, labeling the selected cases with the orderlabels and notifying Re-stocker of empty or short slots for replenishment. Validatesthat correct product has been selected and is damage free. Delivers merchandiseto correct dock area, stacks items on pallets according to driver stops (customerlocations) for next day delivery and shrink wraps palletized orders.Qualified candidates who are selected will be hired on during their first 90 days asa temporary employee through our staffing agency. Once you have successfullycompleted your first 90 days of employment, you will be eligible to move into apermanent full time position with U.S. Foodservice.Performs various clean up duties: Clears aisle of all debris, returns pallet jack tocharging area, and hook up jack for battery charging. Stack empty pallets fromslots in aisle. Clean up any spills and place damaged product in recoup area.Education/Training: High School Education or GED preferred; Must be at least 18years of age.Related Experience: Previous comparable warehouse experience preferred;experience with pallet 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 teamoriented and able to get along with others.Physical Requirements: JOB REQUIRES WORKER TO:1. SIT: Occasionally2. STAND: Continuously3. WALK: Occasionally4. DRIVE: ContinuouslyJOB REQUIRES WORKER TO LIFT:1. 1-10 lbs (Sedentary):Occasionally2. 10-20 lbs (Light): Frequently3. 25-50 lbs (Medium): Frequently4. 50-100 lbs (Heavy): Frequently - Max 80 pounds5. Over 100 lbs (Very Heavy): NeverJOB REQUIRES WORKER TO CARRY:1. 1-10 lbs (Sedentary):Occasionally2. 10-20 lbs (Light): Occasionally3. 25-50 lbs (Medium): Occasionally
    • 4. 50-100 lbs (Heavy): Occasionally - 80 lb max5. Over 100 lbs (Very Heavy): NeverJOB REQUIRES WORKER TO:1. Push/pull: Frequently2. Climb/balance: Frequently3. Stoop/squat: Frequently4. Kneel/bend: Frequently5. Bend: Frequently6. Reach above shoulder: Occasionally7. Grasp objects: Continuously8. Manipulate objects: Frequently9. Twisting: FrequentlySelector, Night - 12000014 - AZ-PhoenixUS FOODShttps://usfood.taleo.net/careersection/ext/jobdetail.ftl------------------------------------------------------------------------------26. General Labor /Janitorial needed as soon as possible!CANDIDATES THAT ONLY SPEAK ENGLISH or SPANISH or are BI-LINGUAL,areencouraged to apply for these general labor positions...Must be familiar with basicmanufacturing and/or Janitorial work..All Candidates must: Have valid work documents as we utilize the E-Verify System. Be able to pass a local background check and drug screen. No Felonies or Misdemeanors. Theft convictions need not apply. Able to start ASAP!These positions can be long-term,open ended with weekly pay.Bring two valid unexpired forms of ID and apply Thursday and Friday Feb. 9, and Feb 10,from 7.00 am till 12.00 pm no applications after noonPlease come ready to interview we have work ASAP598 N. Arizona Ave. SW Corner of Galveston/Arizona Ave. Chandler AZ. 85225------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27. EXPERIANCED TIRE PERSON IN NEW AND USED TIRES. KNOWLEDGE OF MOUNTING AND BALANCING IS A MUST. BI-LINGUAL IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH. VALID ARIZONA DRIVERS LICENSE OR ARIZONA I.D. AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER. NEEDS TO HAVE OWN TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM WORK.
    • Tire PersonBUNNY AUTO TIRE SHOP LLCPLEASE CALL PAM AT 602-258-0853 FOR AN INTERVEIW.--------------------------------------------------------------------28. REBAR FABRICATOR - South PhoenixSeeking a reliable, self-motivated individual with 2-3 years’ experience in thefabrication of rebar (including cutting and bending. Competency on rebar bender,shear line a plus)SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS: forklift certification is a plus Must have the ability to lift and carry 45 lbs. Must be reliable, drug-free, self-motivated. 40 hours per week, pay commensurate with experience. Border is a drug-free equal opportunity employer.REBAR FABRICATOR - South PhoenixBorder RebarFax 602-437-2165 your resume--------------------------------------------------------------------29. Now Hiring: Servers & Line Cooks with ExperienceServers: Candidates must have a passion for hospitality, food & wine knowledgeand be able to deliver high service standards. Two plus (2+) years experienceserving is preferred in a high volume environment.Experienced Line Cooks: Candidates must have superior culinary and foodproduction knowledge and be able to demonstrate high standards of excellence.Two plus (2+) years’ experience is required in a fast paced, upscale environment.Must have experience with high volume and open availability.Servers & Line CooksTHE ARROGANT BUTCHER @ CityScapePLEASE APPLY IN PERSON FOR CONSIDERATION Monday through Friday: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pmWhere: 2 E Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004------------------------------------------------------------------------30. Daytime/ Weekday Host/esses - Biltmore Fashion Park AreaManage the efficient and timely seating of our guests to a table that best servestheir needs. Must have one year prior experience as Host/ess anddaytime/weekday availability.Salary plus tips.
    • Daytime/ Weekday Host/esses - Biltmore Fashion Park AreaZINBURGERPlease Apply In PersonWhen: Monday through FridayTime: 2:00 PM am to 4:00 PMWhere: Zinburger 2502 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016------------------------------------------------------------------------