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Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
Job Club New Job Opportunitie20dec2011
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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 job leads in this publication...please contact Project VETS at 602-223-4327 or bobbywest@awee.org...TIA

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  • 1. JOB CLUB NEW JOB OPPORTUNITIES 20 December 2011
  • 2. After The Holidays (And Other Bad Job Search Advice) So you network with a few folks to let them know your job search still hasn’t yielded you what you want. It’s late October, November or early December of any time, any year and in any place. You begin to hear phrases like this: "Yeah, the holidays are a bad time to search. People are distracted. I mean, all my jobs I got, I got early in the year. When it gets near Thanksgiving it’s time to crank it back and spend time with family not job search. People don’twant to be bothered. Stay out of the game until early January; that’s when things getback to normal. "So you just think that after the holidays will be a better time to search.Perhaps you call a recruiter or an employed friend who says that same thing. You repeatone or more of these lines to them, your friends and even acquaintances. You begin tobelieve it to. Maybe you do bother people when you call. Look even at the onlineadvertisements; there don’t seem to be as many although you haven’t really counted.Your last company’s early December party seemed to absorb a lot of time and office talk.So you gear down your search, pull back the reins on networking and re-read your slightlydwindling checking and savings accounts. Maybe you have enough money to sail throughthe holidays so no big deal. You’ll apply online or send a few things out but you will wait,shop and do like everyone else. It’s consensus time. The holidays just aren’t the time tosearch, right? Everyone agrees. I don’t. Let’s examine the thought process behind holidayjob search misconceptions.Are the holidays really such a bad time to search? If you believe this, repeat it and takeless action during the holidays you have a clear disadvantage. I coach my clients tonetwork heavily and take more action during the holidays. (Even if you plan to start yoursearch in January, you need to prepare now. Most people are woefully unprepared toproperly job search.) By the way, some companies, organizations and governments needto hire prior to the end of the year. They may have incentives, requisitions and interviewsthat need to be done. In fact, if the consensus attitude is that the holidays are such a bad
  • 3. Time to search amongst employed but looking or the unemployed then why wouldn’t itbe smart and strategic to increase your proper search efforts?Logically, there is less competition! In my years working with and networking with humanresources managers and recruiters, I am told that January overwhelms them for anumber of reasons. Budgets must be implemented, new laws go into effect andjobseekers inundate them with resumes, emails and phone calls. Budgets and moneyneeds to be spent; some organizations must do this prior to the end of the year.One of my clients said this after being hired for a medical sales position last November:"One of the reasons I got hired was that a person quit to move with their family back toCalifornia. The hiring manager or recruiter had to fill a position before the end of the yearor the company was going to go external and open the search. The company didn’texpect this to happen. Since I was ready to interview and available, had my resumedeveloped properly and had received your advice on interviews I stood out. I got theposition and opportunity I wanted. I must have been inthe right place at the right time."The truth is many positions come open near the holidays.It’s a good time for individuals to make moves, quit andend employment. Remember this – the Bureau of LaborStatistics report that 65% people are dissatisfied withtheir jobs. The bottom line remains people do quit. Thismay put companies into a bit of a crisis mode. But it’s anadvantage to you. Often companies outplace and layoff
  • 4. toward the end of the year. Look at these statistics. Does that mean it’s a bad time tosearch? No, it is what gets reported during the holidays.So if, as a jobseeker, you’re head is in the news and reading all the negative headlinesthen you may be influenced to slow down your search. But don’t pay attention to macro-headlines. Newspapers and news shows need to sell advertisements and attractattention. Isn’t it more dramatic to report sad news about layoffs during the holidayseason? Don’t listen to the macro-headlines or reports. No matter how well-documentedor true these reports often have nothing to do with what’s important – the micro-news –or your search.Think about this. Do you realize that external recruiters or headhunters are salespeople?What do sales people like to have happen to ensure that they have a good year? Theywant to make sales. They want to close business. They want to make bonus andcommission. They would like to place people. Many recruiters have said to me they likejobseekers who can remain focused during the holidays. It demonstrates their ability tofocus and not be distracted by external events. Taking long vacations during the holidayscan hurt productive jobseekers if they expect interviews. If you do take time off forwardyour phones, return emails and keep your calendar flexible.Holidays can be a highly stressful, emotional time for you if you are in search but don’tgive in to emotion - focus. Be productive with your time and your attitude. Searching
  • 5. Properly and preparing for a job search late in the year or near the holidays is a good idea. When is a good time to search? It’s a good time to search all the time if you use best practices: develop a new, professional resume; practice interviewing with a career coach; role- play for networking events; obtain research reports and plan networking with key decision-makers at selected companies; develop written plans and goals. It may be a good time to face reality about your resume too. What you do to handle these issues matters and it’s something you can work on during the holidays, including: Choppy Work History, Out of Work, Unrelated Experience, Lackof Experience, Too Young or Too Old, Overqualified, Hazy Objective, No Degree, CriminalRecord, Termination Questions.Even if you slow down or take time off during the holidays you should be researching,practicing interview skills and ensuring that you’re prepared for your next career move.This action and thought-processnever stops and should not slowdown for any productive jobseeker.Other tips to remain productiveduring the holidays includenetworking extensively and actinghappy throughout the holidayseason. No one wants to networkwith or interview a depressed,negative sounding person. Whowants to hire or recommend thatperson? The people you meet have areason to talk (hey, it’s the holidays!)and they are generally in a positivemood.
  • 6. You need to match their upbeat attitude and remain thankful about what you have tooffer and what you want to share. This positive outlook works very effectively atnetworking events or over the phone. Don’t just hand out resumes at your wife’s officeChristmas party or church social. Learn how to network properly and use the decorumyou should.To open a door to new careers jobseekers must focus on embracing change. Changehappens abruptly in business. It happens abruptly throughout many a career path and atall times of the year. What’s in our control? You control your actions and your attitudes;that may be about all you can control. You don’t control business calendars and you don’thave a crystal ball as to when a company should hire. Companies, the government andother institutions hire because they have a need. How can you ensure that you will fillthat need? It’s even more important think this way during the holidays. Dont give up on your job hunt during the holidays! Snag your new job while others are distracted or taking time off during the "slow" holiday period.Job seekers often suspend their jobsearch for "the holidays," from early ormid-November through New YearsDay, on the theory that no one isinterviewed or hired during thatperiod. Its a big mistake! Employersare STILL hiring during this period (tomeet the special needs of the holidays,to prepare for the New Year, to replacesomeone who left, etc.).Use the Holidays as an Ice BreakerThe common "problem" of "surviving" the year-end holidays can help you establishrapport in an interview. Even if its just complaining about the holiday crowds or beingtoo busy, discussing the holidays is usually a natural topic. Its also an easy way to breakthrough the awkwardness of meeting someone for the first time in an interview ornetworking event, and establishing common ground.
  • 7. Talk About Your Job Hunt or Employment Status at Holiday EventsIf your friends and extended family dont know that you are looking for a job, let themknow, casually, at holiday events. The connections that lead to jobs happen in theunlikeliest places - Ive seen people make connections at a funeral that resulted in joboffers, even new careers. Use these get togethers as an opportunity to let people knowthat you are job hunting, and ask if anyone knows someone who works at [whateveremployer you want]. If you know someone who works at one of your target employers,contact them directly yourself with a greeting card and/or phone call. Re-establish Connections The holidays (all year around, but particularly in November and December) are a great excuse to get back in touch with someone - your former boss(es?) and co- workers, college roommates, high school buddies, people in the house/apartment next door, kids soccer coach, etc. Think about people whom you genuinely liked but have lost touch with, and track them down using Google, LinkedIn, ZoomInfo, Ziggs, etc. Hopefully, youll re-establish a relationship that can benefit everyone involved. (Might not be a good idea to track down your high school sweetheart, though...unless youre single.)If you really know the person well, just call them up. If you dont know them well, send agreeting card - one of the "real" cards, made of paper, put into an envelope with a stamp,and dropped off at the Post Office.Remind Recruiters of Your ExistenceSend a holiday greeting card to that nice recruiter you met back in May or August, or thehiring manager who almost hired you last month or last year. If you dont think theyllremember you (assume they wont), include a brief reminder of your last contact, whoyou are, and, perhaps, a business card.Add an Update for MarketingInclude a personal note in your card, perhaps thanking them for their time in the past. Ifyoure feeling bold (what do you have to lose?) include a short, 1 to 3 sentence update on
  • 8. what youve been doing since you last were in contact. The update should contain only"highlights" of the NEW news in your working life and qualifications - contract/volunteerwork, education/certifications, publications, and so on -- with a very brief reminder (ifneeded) of your basic qualifications. You may also want to close with a sentence aboutgetting together for coffee, a drink after work, or whatever is appropriate. Then, follow-up by phone.Holiday Greetings for theTraditional HolidaysBeat the rush for this holiday season by sending a Happy Thanksgiving card duringNovember. Or, send a Happy New Year card in late December, if youre determined towaste these prime hunting months and compete with everyone else on Jan. 2.Cards for the obvious holiday (Christmas) are probably appropriate, if you know that therecipient is Christian, but more generic "Happy Holiday" cards are considered safer andmore "PC," hopefully covering Kwanzaa and Hanukkah, too. Pick cards for those specificholidays if you know they are appropriate, but be VERY careful not to offend someonewith a "wrong" card. Of course, your card will probably be competing with many othersimilar holiday cards, but not very many from other job seekers.
  • 9. "Lesser" Holidays = MORE Differentiation!Your card wont be competing with all the other holiday cards if you pick one of theholidays where sending holiday cards are not a tradition. Ground Hog Day, Lincolnsbirthday, and St. Patricks Day are some good winter holidays, and you can usually findappropriate greeting cards for those days. Check out the greeting card section of yourgrocery store next time you do the grocery shopping. You might be surprised at the"holidays" you find. Take advantage of them!Career Coach Observations Many companies have their budgets for the New Year and are recruiting for people to start work in January. So, looking in January is looking too late for jobs at these companies. People are generally in a "holiday mood" during this time, even though shopping, vacations, and holiday party schedules may make them more elusive. Fewer job seekers try to find jobs during this period, so competition is not as intense, and you will have an easier time standing out from the crowd NOW. Holiday events are good networking opportunities.
  • 10. NEW JOB LEADS Looking for motivated personnel to join our overnight staff (approximately 10 or 11 PM to 4 or 5 AM) at our 24-Hour Subway located in Superstition Springs (Power and Baseline).Qualified individuals will need to be comfortable working at night and will be expected toput in the same effort and work as our regular day and night shifts.Individuals who expect to just "sit around" need not apply as this is a busy location withplenty of work to keep everyone busy.Overnight staff will be expected to be fully versed in sandwich artist tasks, from bakingbread to producing large catering orders.Qualified candidates will also NOT be afraid to get their hands dirtyand will need to perform routine cleaning duties.If youre looking for a part-time job as your primary or even secondary source of incomeand you consider yourself to be a "night owl", then this might be the right job for you.Please apply online at www.mysubwaycareer.com (using Internet Explorer) and selectthe Subway located at 1959 S. Power Rd. #106, Mesa, AZ 85206.Candidates may also apply in person at this Subway, but should expect to bring asuitable resume. Please note that this store is extremely busy during its lunch anddinner rush periods, so its highly advisable not to contact or visit this store during thehours of 11 AM - 2 PM and 4 - 8 PM. All inquires should be directed to the storemanager.
  • 11. By clicking on the link below, you will leave the SUBWAY® website (www.subway.com )and enter the “MySubwayCareer” website, which is owned, operated and maintained bythe Subway Independent Purchasing Cooperative, Inc, a SUBWAY® Franchisee ownedorganization (“IPC”). SUBWAY® restaurants are franchisee owned and operated. IPC provides the “MySubwayCareer” website as a service to its members to assist with recruiting potential employees to join the SUBWAY® Team. Welcome to the SUBWAY® Team!!! We’re glad you decided to look into a career with the SUBWAY® Group. The SUBWAY® Group is committed to providing our guests with fresh, healthy meals, made right before their eyes, served quickly, and with a friendly smile. That’s truly what sets us apart and keeps our guest coming back again and again. Position Title: Sandwich Artist® Reports to: Shift Manager/Assistant Manager/Manager/Multi Unit Manager Position Summary: A Sandwich Artist® greets and serves guests, prepares food, maintains food safety and sanitation standards, and handles or processes light paperwork. Exceptional customer service is a major component of this position. Tasks and Responsibilities: Prepares food neatly, accurately, and in a timely way. Demonstrates a complete understanding of menu items and explains it to guests accurately. Exhibits a cheerful and helpful manner when dealing with guests. Checks products in sandwich unit area and restocks items to ensure a sufficient supply throughout the shift. Cleans as directed. Greets guests and prepares their orders, uses Point of Sale system/cash register to record the order and computes the amount of the bill. Collects payment from guests and makes change. Understands and adheres to all quality standards, formulas and procedures as outlined in the Operations Manual. Accounts for all forms of money, bread, etc., during the shift. Understands and adheres to proper food handling, safety and sanitization standards
  • 12. while preparing food, serving food, and cleaning up. Maintains professional appearance and grooming standards as outlined in the Operations Manual. Performs light paperwork duties as assigned. Prerequisites: Education: Some high school or equivalent Experience: Ability to understand andimplement written and verbal instruction.Physical: Must be able to work any area of the restaurant when needed and to operatea computerized Point of Sale system/cash register. Position requires bending, standing,and walking the entire workday. Must have the ability to lift 10 pounds frequently andup to 30 pounds occasionally.Subway Store # 32555555 N Central Ave, Ste 104 Walter Cronkite School 602-253-4244Subway Store # 5209235 W. Jefferson Street Retail Suite K City Center 602 283 5030Store # 10470144 N Central Ave 602-271-9866Subway Store # 15346455 N 3rd St Suite 1015 The Shops Of Arizona 602-258-7560Subway Store # 10921401 E Jefferson St Chase Field 602-253-6611Store # 18419530 E McDowell Rd Suite 107 McDowell Marketplace 602-716-9880Subway Store # 69202817 N Central Ave Central & Thomas S C 602-264-5626Store # 19413413 N 7th Ave Suite F North Park Plaza Shoppe 602-274-5074Subway Store # 14732835 N 16th St Ste 5 602-230-2862Subway Store # 69191950 W Indian School Rd Ste 3 602-274-7771
  • 13. Subway Store # 311522775 W Thomas Rd Suite 101 602-269-7037Subway Store # 394771616 N 24th St Suite C 602-275-6800Subway Store # 15679702 W. Camelback Rd Suite 5 602-248-2558Store # 16185217 S Central Ave Ste B 2 602-243-3747Subway Store # 270503555 W Van Buren Suite 106 602-278-6010Subway Store # 288583440 W Thomas Rd Ste 1 602-269-2350Subway Store # 211284811 N 16th St Ste B105 602-265-5705Subway Store # 107414102 N 24th St 602-224-5564Subway Store # 107405555 North 7th St. Suite 124 Cinema Park S C 602-264-0773Subway Store # 257272910 N 32nd St Ste 170 602-957-9101Store # 55621501 N 43rd Ave Ste 4 602-278-1969
  • 14. Subway Store # 290131610 N 36th St Ste B101 602-275-5585Subway Store # 205552316 W Bethany Home Rd Ste 113 Bethany Marketplace 602-589-7975Subway Store # 72535009 N 35th Ave College Park 602-841-7114Subway Store # 109235020 N 35th Ave #102 Casa Banco Shopping Center 602-242-0067Subway Store # 14449610 Baseline Rd E Ste C2 602-243-0234Subway Store # 341552020 W Baseline Road Suite 166 602-276-9968Subway Store # 437923424 West Southern Avenue Suite 171, Pad B 602-243-4216Subway Store # 27187742 E Glendale Ave Suite 112 602-216-6411Subway Store # 364486150 S 35th Ave Wal-Mart #3771 602-304-9197Subway Store # 123316825 N 16th St Ste A6 602-277-2773Subway Store # 334692160 E Baseline Rd Ste 126 Legacy Village 602-243-3900Subway Store # 46365127 W Indian School Rd Ste 115B Maryvale Plaza 623-247-0056
  • 15. it just tastes betterScramble is a fresh new look at breakfast. It all begins with using the freshestingredients around. How we do it is no secret. We pride ourselves on using localfarmers and vendors whenever possible. So instead of your eggs being delivered acrossthe country in a truck, they are literally coming from across town. From your first biteto your last, you will taste the difference farm fresh makes.Looking for cooks! This is a part time position with the option to gain hoursbased on your availability and performance. Shifts range from 6am to 3pmdepending on the day. Saturday and Sunday shifts are mandatory and willbe rotated.Please email your work experience and contact info to camneil@gmail.com.9832 North 7th Street, Phoenix, Az 85020
  • 16. Established downtown restaurant is seeking self motivated,hardworking individuals.Looking for Server/Bartenders with goodbartending and server experience.Duties include basic bar work, table waiting, and general cleaning..Great Downtown Restaurant. Looking for Part-time Employees.Current Maricopa County Food Handlers Card will be required at start of work.Great Work Environment!Please bring your Resume in and drop it off at: 128 E. Roosevelt St.,in downtown Phoenix. (NW Corner of 2nd Street and Roosevelt St.)We will review resumes and get back to you ASAP…Only hard working individuals with a strong customer service and/or Food preparationbackground need apply.“We also are looking for a part-time Line or Prep Cook with goodexperience…”
  • 17. At Café Zupas, we only hire the best! We are always looking for great people with AMAZING personalities.We know they are hard to find! Are you are highly-motivated, energetic, positive, and hard working? If so,Café Zupas is the place for you! Below are the positions we are hiring for:Line ServerAt Café Zupas, our Line Servers are extremely important. With their amazing personalities, they canprovide exceptional guest service while serving the best food on the planet! Because our Line Servers arewell-trained, they are able to make salads, sandwiches, soups, and can also work our cash register. Inother words, as a Line Server, you would be able to work any station on our line at any time!For more information or to apply for a line server position, please visit one of our locations and speak witha Manager. Click here for more info and to ApplyIf interested please apply at our Camelback location: 1935 East Camelback, Phoenix, AZ 85016 PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON!
  • 18. Christopher’s Crush: 2502 E Camelback Rd. Suite #102 Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ 85016Located inside the Biltmore Shopping Center Phone : (602) 522-2344Christophers Restaurant and Crush Lounge is Hiring for all positions FOH and BOHALL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE EXPERIENCEALL BOH APPLICANTS please mail resume to this job post.Interviews will be scheduled at a later date.ALL FOH APPLICANTS Server, Bartender, cocktail server, busser,front deskPlease apply in person Tuesday-Saturday from 11-3 Or After 8.No applications will be given out during dinner service. Be prepared tointerview and take a food and wine test for applicable positions. Fine dining experienceis a MUST for servers.
  • 19. Glendale Gaslight Inn 5747 W. Glendale Avenue Historic Downtown Glendale, AZ Hiring experienced Hospitality Staff Wine /craft beer knowledge and Barista knowledge will receive special consideration. Great Pay +tips Open Interviews Today (Friday) and Tomorrow (Saturday) 10:00am - 6:00pm Please dress appropriately and bring 2 forms of ID / food handlers card / references Or call Jody (563-513-8341) or Matt (480- 559-0056) to schedule a time slot. Gaslight Inn (new ownership!) 5747 W. Glendale Ave Glendale, AZ---------------------------------------------------------------------We are looking for Entry Level applicants to fillour Sales position. The perfect person for thisposition must have:The Desire to Earn up to $1000.00 WeekEasiest Sale In The WorldNicest Office in the ValleyPaid Every FridayHighest Pay in the ValleyNo Chargebacks, No Reserve!AM and PM Shifts Available!Experience is a plus but not necessary (We will hire the right person)Training is every Tuesday and ThursdayAsk For Charter 480-809-7351(Location) I-10 and Broadway, 1414 West Broadway Suite#111Tempe 85282
  • 20. 7103 N Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, AZ 85021Founded in 1911, State Industrial Products is headquartered in Cleveland, OH. Today,the corporation has grown into a campus of businesses that offer 70,000 high-qualityproducts to a broad range of industries.Traditional values, customer satisfaction, loyalty, professionalism, financial stability,and long-term growth are a few words that highlight the fundamentals of StateIndustrial Products. We are a 4A2 rated company with a strong commitment to sales and marketing growth and sales associate development. New Business Development Sales Associate-Full Time Industrial Chemical Specialty Manufacturer now hiring Full Time New Business Development Sales Associates. High energy and good communication skills are the basis for what we are looking for. We need vibrant, extroverted individuals to develop new business accounts for our growing company and to develop into full sales account managers. You will work with a team that brings new customers on board providing all our customers with innovative and high-performance industrial chemical specialty products including "green technology" to maintain company building interiors and aid in creating positive workspaces.
  • 21. Once you successfully exhibits thebasics youll move into an accountmanager role. From odormanagement to disinfecting, ourbusiness provides solutions to otherbusinesses to manage these issueswith the very best productsavailable.Since 1911 we have been known forhigh performing specialty airenhancement and cleaning productsand you have the opportunity to joinour team as we are gearing uptowards double digit growthobjectives. You will work with a team that ensures customer satisfaction.If you have a clear speaking voice, are self-motivated, enthusiastic and have a goal-focused attitude we want to talk to you. This position is more than a job, its a careeropportunity. Come GROW with us! We offer a competitive salary, bonus andcommission program with a $28,000 - $38000 income potential.No evenings or weekends. Schedule is 6:30 AM -3:00 PM Monday- Friday. Eligible for paid vacation1st year, holidays, sick days, 401K, comprehensivemedical, dental vision, and tuition reimbursement.Spiffs and contests too! We are convenientlylocated at 1-17 and Glendale Avenue. Easy to get tovia the freeways, surface roads and bus routes.Skills/ Requirements1. Strong verbal communication skills2. Basic computer3. Good presentation skills4. Self-directed and high energyImportant NotesTo apply, please complete our on-line applicationat: http://www.neutronindustries.com/ and go tothe New Business Development Associate position in the Career section of our
  • 22. website. Please insert in position applying for either: New Business DevelopmentAssociate. Upon receipt of your application you will receive within 1 – 2 business daysa word survey in your email box from ACCESS-PI. Please look for this in your email box(junk mail also). You will receive log-on information that will take you to two questionsthat you select a series of words to best answer the questions. Once you submit theword survey we will contact you within 2 – 5 business days to conduct an initialtelephone interview. If you do not hear from us within this timeframe please feel freeto contact ask to inquire on the status of your application.For Walk- In Applications: Mon-Thur 6:00 AM - 11:00 AM; Fri 6:00 AM - 10:00 AM.Closed on all weekday holidays.Neutron Industries, Div. Of State Industrial Products7103 North Black Canyon HwyPhoenix, AZRequirementsSkills/ Requirements1. Strong verbal communication skills2. Basic computer3. Good presentation skills4. Self-directed and high energy
  • 23. Sundt is 100 percent employee owned, so our employees take special pride in their work.We build projects in a collaborative team environment, using innovative techniques toimprove productivity, reduce costs and give clients the best project possible. We do thiswhile maintaining a safe project site and creating an environment for our employees thatis consistently recognized as one of the “best places to work.”CONSTRUCTION JOBS: GREAT CONSTRUCTION CAREERS BEGIN AT SUNDTOnce you’ve discovered the benefits of working with Sundt, it’s time to find a positionthat best suits your interests and qualifications.We are consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top contractors by ENR Magazine andhave been voted as one of the best places to work in Phoenix, San Diego and Sacramentoby our own employees.We’re medium-sized by industry standards – big enough to provide large-project stability,yet small enough to provide a family-oriented feel – no one wants to be treated like anumber. Sundt is a collection of very smart, very professional, and very conscientiousteam members who put customer-service first and have a great time working together!LEADING EDGE CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY.Our vision is to inspire people to go beyond the expected; we do this by utilizing leading-edge technologies and techniques, such as Building Information Modeling, Sustainabilityand Lean Construction, on landmark projects across the country.Our projects are highly diversified, from commercial and institutional buildings likeschools, corporate facilities, college libraries, municipal buildings and military housing toinfrastructure projects like highways, water treatment plants, dams, pipelines and airportfacilities. There is something to challenge every interest and skillset.
  • 24. Plus we have a compensation and benefits package and continuing education programsthat few of our competitors can match.What truly sets Sundt apart is the fact we are entirely owned by our more than 1,500employees. This creates an employee-centered culture, job satisfaction and acommitment to quality and safety. And, with a real stake in the company’s future, youshare in the company’s profits while building a successful career in the constructionindustry.FIND YOUR CAREER IN CONSTRUCTION ON THE SUNDT TEAM.Once you’ve discovered the benefits of working with Sundt, it’s time to find a positionthat best suits your interests and qualifications. When you’re ready to apply, check outour helpful resources, including tips on how to write a standout cover letter, tighten upyour resume or interview like a pro.For information specific to Craft Employment including weekly listings and applicationdetails, please call our hotline at 800-849-4721.Pre-employment drug testing is a condition of employment. Sundt is an equal opportunityemployer.If you are an individual with disabilities who needs accommodation or you are havingdifficulty using our website to apply for employment, please contact the Sundt TalentAcquisition Department at 602-262-5263.
  • 25. Client Turns to Sundt Partnership, CM at Risk for Complicated Highway ProjectMotorists driving through busy construction zones dont usually think about thequalifications of the contractor working just a few feet away from them. Fortunately,highway owners do - especially when the job is complicated or potentially dangerous.Thats why the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and the Federal HighwayAdministration (FHWA) recently used the Construction Manager at Risk (CM at Risk)delivery method to select Sundt and joint venture partner, Vastco, Inc., to rebuild the
  • 26. outdated Cordes Junction traffic interchange. The $51 million project, located about 65miles north of downtown Phoenix at Interstate 17 (I-17) and State Route 69 (SR 69),involves the construction of seven new bridges, including an unusually challenging onethat will be built over live traffic on I-17.Through a FHWA-funded pilot project, the CM at Risk delivery method is being used forthe first time in Arizona for the reconstruction of the Cordes Junction traffic interchange.As an alternate project delivery method, CM at Risk allows contractors to be selectedbased on a number of factors - beyond price alone - such as qualifications andexperience. If the method proves successful with the Cordes Junction improvements, itwill likely be used more extensively by the FHWA in the future. "We received a lot of proposals from many good teams, but after we evaluated them and saw the presentations, it was clear that the Sundt/Vasco joint venture brought a lot of diverse talent to the table," said Greg Gentsch, ADOT Prescott District Engineer. "We were very pleased to see that, and thats the main reason we chose to use CM at Risk. It allows us to pick a contractor on qualifications, not just price. We can find a flexible, resourceful, aggressive contactor that way, and thats exactly what we got." Approximately 40,000 vehicles per day use the nearly 50-year old interchange, where traffic flow delays and congestion are a regular occurrence. The project addresses the problem by creating two separate interchanges - one for through traffic and one for locals. It also involves realigning, widening and paving several associated streets. But the biggest and most challenging part of the project will be the construction of the new bridges, particularly the one that will be built over live traffic on I-17. "Were putting in four pre-cast concrete girder bridges and three post-tensioned bridges,"said Project Manager Eric Weston. "The high-speed off ramp from I-17 to Cordes Junctionis on a skew and has a large span; therefore, pre-cast girders cannot be used at thatparticular location. Instead, were building a post-tensioned, cast-in-place structure."
  • 27. That structure will be more challenging to build because of the presence of live traffic.The roadway cannot be closed completely at any time during the project, so instead theteam will perform much of the work at night when there is less traffic and closure of onetravel lane is permitted."Falsework consisting of steel beams and lumber will be needed to construct the bridgeover live traffic on I-17," Weston explained. "During the selection process, Sundt and ourpartner, Vastco, presented ideas to reduce the thickness of the falsework and increaseclearance for the traffic below. Scheduling is also critical because the overall projectschedule is aggressive and this is a high-profile job. In terms of safety and publicperception, theres no room for error."The project began last August and is scheduled to be complete in the summer of 2013. A Conversation with Sundts co-COO Mike Hoover Long-time Sundt employee Mike Hoover was recently promoted to Executive Vice President and co-Chief Operating Officer (COO) in charge of the companys heavy civil, mining and industrial, concrete, masonry, and safety/quality groups. Since joining Sundt in 1978, he has held a variety of positions within the company including division manager, chief estimator, project manager, project superintendent and project engineer. How did you get started with Sundt? I started working for the company as a laborer right outof high school in the late 1970s and also during the summers while I was in college at theUniversity of Arizona in Tucson. I moved away and went to work for a competitor when Igraduated from college. I also went through the Carpenters Union apprenticeship innorthern California and worked as a journeyman carpenter for a while. I came back toTucson and joined Sundt full-time in 1991.You oversee the companys heavy civil, mining and industrial, concrete and masonrygroups. How do those markets look in the coming year or two?They look reasonably good. Theres a fair amount of opportunity out there, particularlywith federally funded projects, but our competition is extremely tough and the profitmargins have tightened up considerably. In order to procure new work, were having toexpand geographically.Where is that expansion taking place?
  • 28. Weve experienced a lot of success with heavy civil and concrete work in Texas,particularly in El Paso. Well continue to seek out additional opportunities there. Wevealso been awarded a major bridge project in Portland, Oregon, so were investigating themarket up there for future expansion. Colorado appears to have some opportunity in avariety of markets so we will pursue that as well.When do you predict that the economy will begin to turn around?I dont see it changing in Arizona until about 2014 or 2015; I think well see lean times forat least a couple more years. The type of work we do tends to lag the housing market bya year or so, and that market is not expected to rebound until about 2014.How is Sundt staying competitive in this economy?Were seeking opportunities where we can be one of just a few bidders, where the workis difficult or the schedule is tight. Those are things were good at, and it limits thecompetition. Whenever theres an opportunity for alternative procurement work(construction manager at risk and design-build), we pursue those projects aggressively.What role do technology and innovation play in Sundts ability to procure new work?It has proven to be very important on a number of projects, such as the Sellwood Bridgein Oregon. We used Building Information Modeling (BIM) to show how we plan to slidethe existing bridge over and use it for a temporary bridge during construction. The ownerthen hired us under a separate contract to produce a series of videos that they can use toexplain the project to the public. When we have the opportunity to interview for projects,we have found that we can use BIM to effectively demonstrate our approach to theowner and differentiate ourselves from the competition. We have won several projectsthat way.Sundt is one of the few contractors of its size that has considerable self-performcapabilities. Whats the value of being able to self-perform certain kinds of work, andwhy is that important to Sundt?With heavy civil and industrial projects, you have to self-perform in order to becompetitive and have control over your work. Over the years weve honed those skills.Were finding, particularly in the power industry, that owners expect us to self-performalmost everything. Its important to them because that way they know theyre dealingwith a contractor that has control over cost and schedule. They want to work with thepeople who are really going to do the work. In the power industry, there are only ahandful of contractors who can do that, so its definitely an important differentiator forSundt.Were also one of the only contractors that self-performs concrete paving. Again, itdifferentiates us and has helped us procure specific kinds of projects such as airportpaving jobs and certain highway projects. We own the fleet of equipment and batchplants that are required, and they get a lot of use. Our concrete group stays very busy
  • 29. and has a good backlog of work. We just finished 30 miles of freeway widening in Phoenixand are now hauling our batch plant to Cannon Air Force Base in Clovis, New Mexico foranother project that will begin soon.How has Sundts approach to equipment ownership changed over the years?We used to own an extensive fleet of heavy equipment, which we maintained and keptfor a very long time. But weve found that its more cost-effective to cut back and onlyown the equipment that has a fairly high amount of utilization. Anything that we dontuse a lot, we rent rather than buy.We also turn equipment over fairly quickly in order tokeep our fleet up-to-date. Once a piece of equipment has logged about 10,000 hours,which is approximately five to seven years of use, we sell it while it still has value butbefore it starts to cost a lot to maintain. This strategy helps keep things running smoothlyand efficiently at our jobsites because we dont have equipment that breaks down anddelays the schedule while its being repaired. It also ensures that all of our equipmentmeets the latest emissions standards.Brick Masons and Block MasonsFoley Masonry and Tile is looking for experienced Journeyman Masons with a minimumof 5 years experience. Job is located in the Phoenix area. Foley Masonry and Tile is anEqual Opportunity Employer. $17.00 HourApply in Person only, Monday - Friday 7 am - 3 pm. No resumes or phone callsThe employer requests you apply in person. Always be appropriately attired when visitingan employers office. Also have a current cover letter and your resume/statement ofqualifications ready to present to the employer. Click on the button to get the employersaddress information.
  • 30. Careers at CROSSMARKWelcome! You have found your way to career opportunities at CROSSMARK. As a leaderin consumer goods sales and marketing, we are the home for over 30,000 hard-working,dedicated and talented people. Together we help some of the largest and most powerfulconsumer brands with their most important interaction - the interaction with theircustomers. From corporate positions to in-store product demonstrations to product wall-sets, we are the way to your opportunity. ABOUT CROSSMARKFOUNDED IN 1905. EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS EVER SINCE.CROSSMARK is a leading sales and marketingservices company in the consumer goods industrythat expertly guides our clients along “The Way toMarket” by delivering growth solutions withexceptional service.For over 100 years we have been helping some ofthe most powerful brands in the world reach – andexceed – their performance objectives. Ourindustry-wide recognition of service excellence is a legacy we have worked hard tocreate, and one we continue to build on every day.Our expertise spans the grocery, mass, club, drug, convenience store, and homeimprovement channels among others, and our solutions bolster our clients’ capabilitiesfor developing best practices, insight analysis, and customer targeting that always hit themark.HOME SWEET HOME FROM CONCEPT TO SHELFCROSSMARK is a proven leader across multiplechannels, and the home improvementmerchandising industry is no exception. With over1,000 dedicated Home Improvement Services(H.I.S.) associates, we have an unmatched capability
  • 31. to deliver superior in-store services and support to retailers across the country.Home Improvement is a unique retail environment, and CROSSMARK offers uniquesolutions to meet the needs of our clients. At the headquarter level, our support includessales, consulting, analytics and POD design. We also offer merchandising support andproduct knowledge training for retailers. Finally, we can assist with specialized taskexecution, such as on-demand Plan-O-Gram and survey work.CROSSMARK Field Service Reps provide comprehensive planning, development andimplementation solutions, ensuring that your needs are met “from concept to shelf.” Ourcapabilities include: Sales representation + POG/space allocation + Presentational/product review + Item/SKU management + Dedicated retail teams + Product recalls + New product cut-ins + POP placement + Certified demo teams and trainers + New store fixture sets + Existing store remodelsFor more information, contact:Mark SchreyVice President – Home Improvement Service(714) 337-2134Retailer SolutionsHELPING RETAILERS BUILD THEIR BUSINESSWe understand that if you are a retailer faced withspecific business issues, you need issue-specificsolutions. CROSSMARK delivers solutions that aredesigned specifically for your business needs, withvaluable services and tools that help retailers: Enhance customers’ shopping experience Improve speed-to-shelf on new items Improve planogram compliance Create visibility to third-party activities Build retailer brands that succeed
  • 32. We provide our retailer clients with a range of solutions to help them drive sales andincrease efficiencies:Events– Improving the shopper experience and driving sales through quality productdemonstrations, sampling, and road shows.Resets & Merchandising– Managing resets through a coordinated approach by leveragingour resources (people, processes, and technology) to provide better visibility, measures,and results. Effective merchandising of new items, marketing program execution, andpromotion compliance.Retailer Brands – Building retailer brands through lifecycle management, consumer trendassessments, category analytics, and in-store execution.In-Store SolutionsDRIVING GROWTH THROUGH THE PATH-TO-PURCHASEAt CROSSMARK, we offer in-store solutions that drive shopper purchase, build brands,and provide critical information for business growth. From merchandising to datacollection, we provide our clients with a range of best-in-class in-store services.Retail Representative - Part Time Job Phoenix, Dec 13, 2011 AZ, USRetail Representative - Part Time Job Phoenix, Dec 15, 2011 AZ, US
  • 33. Retail Representative - Part Time JobApply now »Date: Dec 13, 2011Location: Phoenix, AZ, USJob Requisition Number 49312BRMarket Title Retail Representative - Part TimePrimary Work Location Arizona-PhoenixPosition Status Part TimeJob Overview CROSSMARK has part-time retail jobs available and is looking formerchandisers to add to its Retail Team. Are you looking for a retail merchandising jobthat allows you to directly contribute to the success of an organization? If you are anindependent, self-starter that enjoys flexibility in your work environment thenCROSSMARK’s Retail Merchandising Team has the perfect opportunity for you!As one of our retail merchandisers, you will be ensuring that a proper level of stock ismaintained, and that the merchandise is displayed appropriately with proper signageand favorable shelf placement. This includes setup, plan-o-gram execution, as well as thestocking, facing, and rotating of the manufacturer’s products. You will also have theopportunity in many stores to build relationships with the store management- sooutgoing personalities are a plus!Your primary goal is to help both the retailer and the manufacturer maximize sales andincrease sales volume. This goal is accomplished through execution, education, andpromotion of your product.
  • 34. Apply today to join CROSSMARK’s Retail Merchandising Team.Summary Responsible for quality performance of retail tasks and objectives to achievesuperior results for CROSSMARK’S clients and customers.Duties and Responsibilities Essential Duties and Responsibilities:* Schedules tasks on weekly basis to meet execution objectives* Executes retail merchandising tasks as scheduled* Performs stores/tasks in efficient/cost effective manner* Accurately reports all completed retail tasks via the appropriate designated systems onthe day the work is performed.* Communicates effectively with store personnel regarding tasks, sales activities,promotions, and client/sales plan objectives* Completes required training and certification programs.* Engage every work day with CROSSMARK’S communication tools for the purpose ofaccurately planning, reporting, and reviewing work.* Ability to implement retail schematics and merchandising materials as assigned.
  • 35. * Flexibility to participate in team scheduled tasks and clients work-withs.* Dedicated to providing excellent customer service and to develop a professionalworking relationship with store management, associates and other merchandisingcompanies to effectively meet company and client objectives.* Insures proper maintenance on all company equipment.* Follows company policies, procedures, and position responsibilities.NOTE: This job description does not imply that the above functions are the only tasksthat may be performed. Associates will be expected, if possible, to follow any other job-related instructions and perform any other job-related tasks as directed bymanagement.Additional Requirements To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able toperform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below arerepresentative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonableaccommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform theessential duties.Education/Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); Priorretail experience is preferred, but not required.Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularlyrequired to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms;talk or hear; stoop, kneel, crouch, climb or balance. The employee is regularly requiredto lift up to 25 pounds and to occasionally lift up to 60 pounds from the floor to waist orchest high. Significant time driving a vehicle may be required. In general, resets can bevery physical in nature. Reset activities could include: removing items from the shelf,
  • 36. moving shelves, building fixtures, reorganizing the products according to the plan-o-gram provided, replacing shelf tags, filling in new products and retrieving additionalstock when necessary.Computer Skills: Proficient use of a Personal Computer, printer and familiarity withAdobe, Word, Excel, and Outlook.Tools: Daily access to the worldwide web with the ability to meet system requirements,printer and phone. You must have access to reliable transportation. The reliabletransportation must be able to transport you and task materials a minimum of fortymiles from your home to execute a variety of work.Operating a Personal or Company-provided Vehicle: In the event the associate drives apersonal or Company-provided vehicle for business purposes, the associate is requiredto maintain a valid state-issued driver’s license and the minimum auto insurancecoverage specified by the associate’s state of residence.Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Associates are required to submit to a standardbackground check and drug screening as required when designated by the client.Work environment: Retail store environment with some travel. Some projects includeearly mornings (i.e. 4-5am), overnight travel, weekends or nights and holidays.Language Skills: English is the primary language skill, however, bilingual skills may berequired based on business necessity.>Nearest Major Market: PhoenixJob Segments: Customer Service, Customer Service Representative, Merchandising, PartTime, Retail, Retail Saleshttps://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=&jobId=735612&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5434&JobSiteInfo=735612_5434&GQId=0&partnerid=25289&siteid=5434
  • 37. CAREERSAt Swift Transportation, our goal is to attract and retain enthusiastic, competent, credibleand committed employees. Our vision is to be a leader in the transportation industry andwe hold as a core belief that hiring talented employees is key to achieving our aggressivegoals for future success.The transportation industry is a critical tothe economy. Truckload carriers providefor the bulk of these transportation needs.Virtually any product you purchase was atsome point transported via truck. As aresult, working in the truckload industry,especially with an industry leader, is a solidcareer decision!We train, build and develop our employeesthrough perpetual learning opportunitiesto enhance their skill sets, allowing us torecognize our talented people and providefor compelling career growth.
  • 38. Swift Transportation hires great employees as drivers, shop mechanics,operations support, customer service, finance, sales, information technology, humanresources, etc. Swift’s size, strength and stability make this a great place to be. Come joinour team!NO FELONIES IN PAST 7 YEARS & 3YR CLEAN MVRSwift Transportation began operations in 1966 transporting imported steel through the ports of Los Angeles to Arizona and Arizonacotton for export back through to Southern California.Jerry Moyes, founder, began with the same entrepreneurial, can-do spirit that is one ofSwift’s core values today. The original operation was conducted under the name ofCommon Market. Operating authority was purchased from a descendant of the SwiftMeat Packing family, hence, today’s name of Swift Transportation. Jerry, with his father,brother and a partner, grew the business, with typical start up challenges, to a $25 millionannual revenue in 1984. With the passing of Jerry’s father, Carl Moyes, Jerry became thesole owner. By 1990, Swift had grown to a $125 million carrier with 800 trucks. Swift’ssignificant revenue growth is attributable to internal growth with existing customers aswell as acquisitions. Since 1988, Swift has acquired 11 different motor carriers. Today,Swift generates over $3.4 billion in revenue and operates over 16,000 trucks.Swift’s terminal network has grown to over forty full service facilities in both thecontinental United States and Mexico. Swift owns 100% of Trans-Mex, a Nuevo Laredo,Mexico based carrier. Swift offers border crossing services at all major Mexican bordercrossings. Swift maintains a presence in every Canadian province each day. Swift isunquestionably the largest truckload motor carrier in the world.
  • 39. CODE OF BUSINESS CONDUCTSwift Transportation Co., Inc.’s culture includes promotion of professional conduct in thepractice of all employees, officers, and board members throughout the Company.One of our values is that all employees are held to the highest standards of veracity. Weare honest and ethical in all our business dealings, starting with how we treat oneanother. We keep our promises and admit our mistakes. Our personal conduct ensuresthat Swift will be there to deliver your future. Swift employees, officers and boardmembers hold an important and elevated role in corporate governance in that they areuniquely capable and empowered to ensure that all stakeholders interests areappropriately balanced, protected and preserved. This Code provides principles to whichSwift’s employees, officers, and board members are expected to adhere and advocate.They embody rules regarding individual and peer responsibilities, as well asresponsibilities to other employees, the public and other stakeholders. Employees,officers, and board members are expected to abide by this Code as well as any otherapplicable Swift policies or guidelines in the employee handbook relating to the areascovered by this Code.The Company’s employees, officers, and board members will:1. Act with honesty, integrity and ethical conduct, including the ethical handling of actualor apparent conflicts of interest between personal and professional relationships.Compliance with this provision means that transactions involving conflicts of interestshall be approved by the appropriate person or, if required by the Company’s policies orSEC rules, by the Board of Directors or committee of directors. Provided appropriateapprovals are obtained in accordance with the Company’s and the SEC’s policies andrules, a conflict of interest transaction will be considered to be in compliance with thisCode and not a waiver of the Code.2. Provide stakeholders with full, fair, accurate, timely, and understandable disclosure inreports and documents that a registrant files with, or submits to, the SEC and in otherpublic communications made by the registrant.3. Comply with applicable rules and regulations of federal, state, provincial and localgovernments, and other appropriate private and public regulatory agencies.
  • 40. 4. Act in good faith, responsibly, with due care, competence and diligence, withoutmisrepresenting material facts or allowing ones independent judgment to besubordinated.5. Maintain the confidentiality of information obtained in the course of ones work exceptwhen authorized or otherwise legally obligated to disclose.6. Ensure that confidential information acquired in the course of ones work is not usedfor personal advantage.7. Obtain adequate training and share knowledge applicable to one’s duties andresponsibilities to Swift and its stakeholders.8. Proactively promote and be an example of ethical behavior among peers, in the workenvironment and in the community.9. Achieve accountability of and control over all assets and resources engaged orentrusted in the course of one’s work.10. Report promptly to Swift’s corporate counsel, the audit committee or otherappropriate personnel all violations of the code of which you become aware.Reports of unethical or illegal conduct or any types of behavior that is a breach ofcompany policy or a state or federal offense may be reported through the Swift 800Tipline (1-877-261-6622). Calls may be anonymous and will be directed to Internal Audit.All reports will be thoroughly and effectively investigated. In conjunction with FederalLaw, the Company does not tolerate retribution, retaliation or adverse personnel actionof any kind for reports made in good faith.Any violations of the Code may result in disciplinary action, up to and includingimmediate termination. Some violations could result in fines, imprisonment and civilliability.Any amendment or waiver of the Code for executive officers and directors may only bemade by the Company’s Board of Directors and must be reported within 5 business daysafter making the amendment or granting the waiver, including an explanation for thewaiver. Disclosure will be made either in a Form 8-K or through the Company website, asthe Board of Directors may determine.
  • 41. Welcome to the world of trucking.Thanks for your interest in beginning an exciting new career as a truck driver with SwiftTransportation. As you click around, youll begin to see some of the many reasons why atrucking career with Swift could be the right move for you right now.What’s it like?Driving a truck offers more freedom, variety and rewards than any other career. Startgetting a taste for it right here.SchoolsA Swift Driving Academy is the place to get your CDL so you can get on the road and startmaking good money right away. Swift will even pay for your training!Career PathsWhen you start driving for Swift, you’ll be amazed at how far you can go. There are nodead ends on the open road.
  • 42. Pay and BenefitsAs the truckload leader, Swift offers you the miles to make more money. And Swift’sbenefits are among the best in the business.EventsWhat’s happening at Swift? When are we having a hiring event near you? Get all the inforight here.A career in trucking offers tremendous opportunities for financial rewards andprofessional growth. Whether youre just out of school or youre in a dead-end job,whether youre retired or even if youre looking for a job you can do with your spouse,this could be the ideal career for you. The best part is that even if you dont have previousexperience, Swift can help jumpstart your career as a truck driver.To get your career in trucking rolling, a Swift Driving Academy is the place to start. Tuitionfor the comprehensive course is $3,900. Swift will reimburse you for the total cost of thecourse over the period of 26 consecutive months of employment with Swift. SwiftAcademies offer the following:• Financing available for student housing• Bus transportation to and from the Academy• All study materials and testing• Physical, and drug screen testingNew classes start weekly. For complete program details, contact the Swift DrivingAcademy nearest you.Students please click the link below for the important checklist information for theAcademy location you will be attending. If you have further questions, please check withyour Swift Recruiter.Arizona(PTDI certified course offered)2200 S. 75th Ave.Phoenix, AZ 85043866-480-8766
  • 43. Phoenix Driving AcademyStudent Closing FormName: ____________________________________ SS.#:_________________________1. Must arrive no later than 5pm on Sunday. If driving, save gas receipts. Turn these intoyourProcessor in Phoenix when you return for Orientation. Reimbursement will be addedto yourpaycheck.2. On Monday only, we will provide you a $5.00 lunch token.3. Bring Social Security Card and Driver’s License. (If you do not have a Social Securitycard pleaseapply for one before you leave for school. Bring the letter stating you haveapplied for one. Thisletter must show the students name and Social Security Number).DO NOT LAMINATESocial Security Card. Long Form DOT Physical & Medical Card; must beless than 60 days oldand have a minimum of One (1) year on expiration date. CA studentsneed to bring H6. Do notpack these items in your luggage.4. If unemployed for more than 30 days, bring 2 notarized letters stating when and why.5. Supplies needed: Calculator, Pen or Pencil, Highlighter, Work Gloves, Flashlight, Panchoor RainSuit.6. From the bus station call 800-800-2200, tell the operator you need the shuttle to cometo theGreyhound station and bring you to the hotel. After 5pm students will have to takea taxi costingapprox. $25. If driving, the Legacy Suites is located at 8225 W McDowell Rd.,Phoenix, AZPhone number 623-388-6950.7. Monday morning at 5:00 - 5:10 a.m. the Shift shuttle will pick you up outside yourbuilding. Ifdriving, please report to the Employment/Training Building before 5:45 a.m.Bring a jacket/sweater.The classrooms can be cold.8. Please wear appropriate attire while attending school. Extremely hot on the range.Please bringa hat & sunscreen. The following applies:A. Collar length hair, long hair has to be pulled back in a ponytail.B. Beards and moustaches neatly trimmed.C. No shorts or tank tops.D. No sandals, flip flops or any open toed shoes. E. No excessive amount of jewelry.9. After the Academy training you will attend Orientation for 2 1/2 days and then you goout with aMentor for 6 weeks. While out with a Mentor you will not be guaranteed anyhome time.10. You must be able to pass a D.O.T. physical, substance/alcohol testing, have 20/40vision or belowin each eye.11. Bring glasses, contacts and hearing aids if required.
  • 44. 12. Bring a credit card / phone card for phone services at the hotel and Academy.13. Bring clothing for various weather conditions. Coin laundry available at hotel.14. The students will be staying in dorm style rooms with up to 5 people per room. Allrooms haverefrigerator, oven and microwaves.15. Any student found with alcohol / drugs or a person of the opposite sex in their roomat any timewill be terminated and sent home immediately. For those who think that truck driving is a one-dimensional job, think again. With a trucking career at Swift, you’ll be able to build a solid career with many different opportunities for growth, job stability and financial success. Swift Driving Academy This is the place to start your career in trucking. Swift operates four Driving Academies around the country. Each offers a comprehensive course that will provide you with the skills and the confidence to become a valuable driver for the long haul. This will launch your career and enable you to take advantage of the following opportunities. Drivers There is a great variety of trucking jobs that are available at a company as large and diverse as Swift. Dry van, reefers and heavy haul are among the options for company drivers. In addition to what you drive, there are choices as to how you drive. You can drive solo or as part of a team. In fact, Swift currently has over 750 driving teams on the road. Our teams generally run long-haul freight, coast-to-coast or any other load that has to travel 1,000 miles or more. Some of Swift’s most successful teams are husbands and wives who enjoy both companionship on the road and tremendous financial rewards. Dedicated Drivers Once you’ve established yourself as a reliable, safe and courteous truck driver— generally after at least six months of continuous work—other opportunities will be open to you. This includes the chance to be part of a “dedicated” fleet. Working on a dedicated fleet allows you to haul loads for the same company (well-respected companies, such as Target, Home Depot and Wal-Mart) on consistent and predictable routes. It also means you’ll enjoy consistently more time at home. As you can imagine, such positions are reserved for the top drivers in the fleet. Mentors Truly exceptional drivers can move up to take on the role of mentor. A mentor is
  • 45. responsible for working with recent graduates from CDL schools and helping thembecome capable, confident truck drivers. Click here to learn more about how ourmentor program can positively impact your career.Flatbed DriversSwift has a growing fleet of over 500 flatbed trucks and over 1,400 trailers, in avariety of trailer configurations, dedicated to our Flatbed Division. This division isbecoming an increasingly important part of our overall operations and demands aspecial kind of driver with skills beyond those of traditional dry van driving. Thesedrivers are required to have the physical abilities to secure and tarp loads. They willalso be given extra training in tying down loads.Owner OperatorsOwner operators enjoy the satisfaction of working as a small business ownercombined with the freedom of the open road. They can also experience exceptionalincome potential—into the six figures. Swift offers the freight network, terminalnetwork, miles and service to make your time as an owner operator as profitableand enjoyable as possible. Swift has excellent lease-purchase programs that can getyou into the newest Kenworth tractor with a very reasonable investment. Swiftoffers its owner operators generous discounts on fuel, insurance, tires and service.CorporateAs varied and rewarding as these career opportunities are, there is yet anotherworld of professional growth that is available to you at Swift. With Swift’s strongpromote-from-within culture, exceptional individuals can even have the opportunityto advance within the Swift corporate world. Swift even provides tuitionreimbursement to enable you to train for a career in any number of disciplines,including accounting, finance, human resources, logistics and sales. Starting as adriver will give you unique and valued insight into the operations of theorganization. In fact, many members of Swift’s senior management—including apast CEO—started their careers as drivers.Because our drivers are the key contributors to our ongoing success, Swift iscommitted to providing for their success through an excellent compensation and
  • 46. benefits program that rewards excellence and ambition.BenefitsAt Swift, we provide for the needs of our drivers and their families in a number ofways:MedicalSwift offers a PPO plan that permits you to obtain care and service from anyprovider you choose. However, if you select “in-network” providers, your out-of-pocket expenses will be greatly reduced. Our medical plan also includes some visioncoverage.Prescription Drug CoverageSwift offers a “no deductible” Prescription Drug (Rx) Plan. There are several levels ofcoverage available. For generic drugs, the co-pay is only $10. For brand name drugs,the amount you pay varies by the plan you select and the cost of the drug.Minimum and maximum charges may apply.DentalTaking good care of your health includes taking good care of your teeth and gums.Swift offers you the opportunity to purchase a voluntary Dental Plan, administered
  • 47. by MetLife that provides coverage for dental office visits and procedures, includingorthodontia for children age 19 and under.401(k)Swift continues to recognize the efforts you have made to its success and is proudto offer eligible employees a 401(k) plan. The purpose of this plan is to facilitate andassist you in planning for your retirement. Swift will match your contributionsdollar-for-dollar, up to 3% of your pay.Employee Assistance ProgramSwift has contracted with ComPsych to provide employees and their families withconfidential, compassionate and responsive counseling and referral services (at nocost to you) to offer immediate help in resolving issues, such as marital and familyconflict, alcohol and drug abuse, depression, eating disorders, stress and anxiety,grief and loss, and physical abuse.
  • 48. Welcome!At J L McDaniel Enterprises, LLC, our goal is to help you with your water truck and dumptruck needs by establishing a good working relationship. After using our services you willknow that you can depend on us to help you complete our portion of the project in aprofessional and timely manner.Our company is based on the belief that our customers needs are of the utmostimportance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a highpercentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.We take pride in being a part of the many great projects that are being completedthroughout this great valley. Services include dust control and construction hauling forany type of jobsite; airports, commercial and residential developments, highways androads, pipelines, light rail and railroad systems, and more. Water Trucks (4,000 gallon) Dump Trucks - (10/12 Wheels) Double Belly Dump Trucks More Truck Types Available Upon Request Sweeper Service Available with a Contract Let us take care of your dust control, construction debris and material hauling needs!
  • 49. About UsThis is a woman owned and operated business with DBE and SBE certifications. Certifiedpayroll and Davis-Bacon Wage projects are welcomed.Since inception in December 2004, service has been provided on various projectsincluding working on Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport for Kiewit Western andMesa-Gateway Airport as lower-tier subcontractor for FNF Contracting; three differentline sections of the Valley Metro Light Rail Transit system as lower-tier subcontractors forKiewit Western, Archer Western, and Sundt. Construction hauling and dust controlservices have been provided to many other large construction companies on an as-needed basis.Water trucks, 10/12 wheel dump trucks, double-belly bottom dump trucks and a varietyof other truck types are available. Trucks are reliable and kept in good repair at all timesto eliminate costly down time. Packaged deals using the same driver for a water truckand a dump truck can be arranged for smaller projects, if so desired, thus saving on laborcosts. A discounted rate for using a number of company-owned trucks on the sameproject can be negotiated.Drivers are dependable, experienced and are valued by the company. They are coveredunder workmans compensation. Jobsite and company rules, regulations and procedureswill be strictly followed at all times. Certified payroll and Davis-Bacon Wage projects arewelcomed.General liability and commercial vehicle insurance is always current. Jobsite requirementswill always be met.We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust by delivering to you the bestservice in the industry.Location:Office located in Laveen, Arizona; trucks are parked at various valley locations or atjobsites.
  • 50. Driver OperatorTest Requirement: Employer will perform testingDescription of testing performed: Must be at least 22 years old.Hiring Requirements: Drug Testing/Screening, Background Checks : 2 years CDL driverexperience and 1 year driving water and/or dump truck. CDL Class A or B, tankerendorsement, acceptable MVD report, medical examiner certificate, able to drive 12wheel dump truck, operate 4000 gallon water truck.Must be able to pass Sky Harbor badge requirements, background testing,fingerprinting, and dust control certificate requirements. Must have 39 monthsacceptable motor vehicle department report which would be acceptable for insurance.Education Level: No High School Diploma or GEDExperience: 24 monthsDrivers License Certification Requirement: Yes, Commercial LicenseSalary Range: $16.00 - $16.00 HourJob DescriptionDrive 12-wheel dump truck to various job sites. Operate 4000 gallon water truck. Followall job safety requirements, traffic rules, etc. Take proper care of all equipment.Special Skills2 years CDL driver experience and 1 year driving water and/or dump truck. CDL Class A orB, tanker endorsement, acceptable MVD report, medical examiner certificate, able todrive 12 wheel dump truck, operate 4000 gallon water truckEmail Information To EmployerThe employer requests you email your information. Email both a cover letter and yourresume/statement of qualifications.Please email resume to: jlmcdanielent@msn.com
  • 51. The Award-Winning Home DepotWith a career at The Home Depot you become part of the team thats been recognized nationally withenvironmental awards, for business strength, and as a reputable company. Our awards include:ENERGY STARPartner of the Year Award for leadership in reducing greenhouse gas emissions through marketing of energy-efficient solutions. Top 50 on Forbes 2009 America’s Most Reputable Companies list…Youngest retailer in theFortune 50…No. 30 on the 2011 Fortune 500 U.S. list.No.142 on the 2011 Forbes Global 2000 Largest Companieslist.Retail associates are the face of The Home Depot for the thousands of customers whowalk through the doors each day. Our customers expect associates to be smiling, eagerand knowledgeable. On a typical day as a Sales Associate you can expect: A fast-paced, exciting environment Customers who count on personal, knowledgeable service To be on your feet 8-10 hours a day Questions from customers about each area of the store To learn something new Testimonials "Change is a constant... the retail industry mantra. Developing processes for one of the worlds largest retailers presents a daily challenge that keeps the monotony of work life at bay. Simple, consistent, and efficient are words to live by when your customer base is "everyone."" Kelly C. Manager, Staffing Processes
  • 52. Hourly positions in The Home Depot stores include these opportunities: Sales Associates provide fast, friendly service to customers by answering questions and helping with home improvement plans. Lot Associates assist customers by loading their vehicles and maintaining a pleasant and clean store entrance. Cashiers provide quick and accurate checkout service to customers at our registers. Freight Team members typically work overnight stocking merchandise and organizing the sales floor to create a pleasant and safe shopping environment.Hourly associates work flexible schedules, including nights, weekends and holidays.Have you ever been convicted of a crime including guilty and nolo Yes Nocontendere pleas. † Do not include traffic violations, sealed or expunged records. An answer of yes to this question will NOT automatically disqualify you from consideration for employment. Factors such as the date and seriousness of the offense, and the relationship between the conviction and the duties/responsibilities of the applied for position, will be considered. This section must be completed in English. Month Year Offense: When: † * See below if the store you are applying to is located in one of these states: California: Applicants need not disclose marijuana-related convictions that are more than two-years old or misdemeanor convictions for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been judicially dismissed. Connecticut: You are not required to disclose the existence of any arrest, criminal charge, or conviction, the records of which have been erased under Connecticut law. Criminal records subject to erasure under Connecticut law are records pertaining to a finding of delinquency or that a child was a member of a family with a service needs, and adjudication as a
  • 53. youthful offender, a criminal charge that has been dismissed or nolled, acriminal charge for which the person has been found not guilty or aconviction for which the person received an absolute pardon. Any personwhose criminal records have been erased under Connecticut law shall bedeemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of theConnecticut General statutes with respect to the proceedings so erased andmade so swear under oath.Hawaii: Applicants click the No button to proceed. This section of yourapplication will not be reviewed.MASSACHUSETTS APPLICANTS ONLY: Under Massachusetts law, anemployer is prohibited from making written, pre-employment inquiries ofan applicant about his or her criminal history. MASSACHUSETTSAPPLICANTS SHOULD NOT RESPOND TO ANY OF THE QUESTIONS SEEKINGCRIMINAL RECORD INFORMATION. Click the No button to proceed.Philadelphia, PA: Applicants click the No button to proceed. This sectionof your application will not be reviewed.Washington: Applicants need not disclose a conviction that occurred morethan 10 years before the date of this application.
  • 54. Applying to multiple locations will increaseyour probability in being considered foravailable opportunities:The Home Depot1. Thomas Rd 3609 E Thomas Rd2. Camelback 4848 N 43rd Avenue3. Phoenix (51st/Baseline) 5230 WBaseline Road4. Tempe(K) 1330 W Baseline Road5. McDowell 7333 W McDowell Rd6. Tempe 725 W Warner Rd7. Cave Creek 12434 N Cave CreekRd8. Ray Road 650 N 54th St, Suite A9. Glendale III 5902 W Peoria Ave10. Thunderbird 2650 WThunderbird RdCURRENT LOCATIONS WITHOPENINGS FOR CASHIERS
  • 55. "Through the efforts of all employees, we will continually strive to provide ourcustomers with a product that exceeds their expectations"Fulfillment and achievement are part of our daily routines. Highly competitive wagesand benefits are but a few of the advantages employees experience daily. If this is thetype work environment you desire, let us know about your skills.Please apply using one of the following choices:1). Email your application and/or resume to Human Resources.In the email subject line please list the specific position you are applying for.2). Apply in person at: 18008A N. Black Canyon Hwy., Phoenix, AZ 85053Download electronic application herehttp://vitron.net/pdfs/employeeApp.pdfVitron Manufacturing is an EEO/AA employer. Employees and applicants foremployment shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of employment withoutregard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, gender, age or any othercharacteristic protected by applicable state or federal law.
  • 56. Job Title: Document Control Specialist Education Level: High School Diploma Experience: 36 months Job Description Design and implement and/or build upon current document control program. Carries out release and distribution of controlled documents both electronically and manually Manage customer provided and internally created engineering documentation Support planning activities with up-to-date engineering documentsOrder engineering documents as neededMaintain and upkeep engineering document masterControl and track distributions of engineering documentationUtilize customer provided network to download up-to-date documentsChecks accuracy of the ECO and supporting documentsVerify that new product release documentation is completePropose feasible solutions for future overall process improvementsSpecial Skills 5 years minimum experience in Document Control, or 3 years experience managingand implementing document control functions. Preference given to applicants withexperience developing or building upon document control programs within anaerospace manufacturing facility. Basic understanding of mechanical parts lists andBOMs Able to read customer provided engineering documents Proficient at managinglarge quantity of documents Solid computer skills using MS Office and other relatedsoftware High school diploma or equivalent Must be able to read, write and speakEnglish Vitron is ITAR certified which requires its employees to be U.S Persons asdefined in 8 U.S.C 1101(a)(20).
  • 57. Employer Name: Home DepotJob Title: Lot Associate (Store 0417)Projected Occupation: Parking Lot AttendantsAvailable positions may vary by store. Lot associates assist customers with the loadingof their vehicles in addition to monitoring and maintaining the entrance of the store.Lot associates are also responsible for maintaining a sufficient quantity of carts nearthe entrance of the store.Locations with openings:CAVE CREEK 0480 PHOENIXRAY ROAD 0476 CHANDLERMCDOWELL 0455 PHOENIXTEMPE 0458 TEMPEPHOENIX (51ST/BASELINE) 0447 LAVEENTEMPE(K) 0489 TEMPEGLENDALE III 0405 GLENDALECAMELBACK 0485 PHOENIXTHOMAS RD 0477 PHOENIXLot Attendant in Home Depot?I have an interview with Home Depot on Thursday for a Lot attendant. Has anyoneworked as a lot attendant in home depot what do you do? alsoI want to know howmuch i would get paid I live in the bay area.Best Answer - Chosen by VotersI worked at Home Depot part time. The lot attendant takes care of bringing theshopping carts back to the store, and helping load peoples vehicles. The store where Iworked was under staffed so they used the phrase other duties as assigned. I didntlike retail so I quit. Im retired and didnt need the hassles of working there.http://careers.homedepot.com.edgesuite.net/find-your-fit/retail-hourly.html?up=1#801_103_0417_Dec_15_2011__3%3a10PM
  • 58. Employer Name: AZ BRAKE & CLUTCHJob Title: Warehouse AssociateOccupation: Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage YardEducation Level: No High School Diploma or GEDExperience: 003 monthsDrivers License Certification Requirement: NoPOSITION SUMMARY:Shipping and receiving, order pulling, inventory and general warehouse work.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Heavy lifting required. - Ability to read part numbersand descriptions. - Prior warehouse/parts experience helpfulThe employer requests you apply in person. Always be appropriately attired whenvisiting an employers office. Also have a current cover letter and yourresume/statement of qualifications ready to present to the employer.Apply to: MARK A. JOHNSON2211 N. Black Canyon Hwy.Phoenix, AZ 85009 USApply in person Monday thru Friday between 9:00am to 4:00pm.
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