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  • 1. MS. THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL HIRING EVENT OF THE YEAR… ARAMARK - ASU Memorial Union room 085 1290 S Normal Ave #138 Tempe, AZ 85281 Date: June 25th, 26th, 27th 2014 Time: 9am – 3:30pm
  • 2. Aramark Job Fair Arizona State University This Job fair is to fully staff all the ASU food service operations on all four ASU campuses. We plan on filling around 100 positions across all four campuses so if you are interested in working with a large organization PT or FT hours please come to this job fair and be interviewed by our management team. POSITIONS AVAILABLE: –Food Service Worker –Dining Room Attendants –General Utility Worker –Grill Cooks –Cook–Supervisors – Cashiers Can one person make a real impact? At ARAMARK, we believe that each of our employees can play an important role in creating the great experiences that become lasting memories. And we’re looking for more outstanding people to build our team. Take a look around our career site, and you’ll discover that when you join us here at ARAMARK, you’re in great company. Here at ARAMARK, we know it can. That’s why we’ve devoted so many resources to doing our part to leave the world and its people a little bit better than we found it. How? First, we take care of our people, offering a broad base of benefits and special perks that show our people how critical they are to our success. Next, we focus our energy on creating and maintaining
  • 3. initiatives that support our diverse workforce, enhance and protect our environment, strengthen our communities, and advance consumer health and wellness all over the world. What’s more, we go one step further by actively partnering with our clients and suppliers for a better, greener world. We encourage and assist them in developing and embracing innovative product and service options that further advance these important goals. So strongly do we believe that it is our responsibility to make a difference that we’ve formalized our commitment. Our Board of Directors has adopted governance principles and committee charters to ensure that ARAMARK conducts business with the utmost integrity and according to the highest ethical standards. We’ve also chartered a Corporate Social Responsibilities Practices Committee to lead and focus our commitment to social responsibility. Explore this section of our site to learn more about what it’s like to work at ARAMARK, from our benefits to the kinds of corporate responsibility initiatives you can be a part of when you join our team. ARAMARK Higher Education We offer university and college campuses a single- source provider for the design and operation of residential restaurants,
  • 4. campus retail dining, catering, and convenience stores. We employ a world-class team of culinarians and registered dieticians to create innovative menu items that reflect how students eat on each campus. In fact, as one of America's largest employers of dietitians, ARAMARK is currently the only professional services company to become an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) Partner. We are committed to providing a wide range of healthy choices for students that fit their own style. We work closely with suppliers, dietitians, chefs and clients to find the most innovative and tasteful selections. To stay connected to the campus community, we meet regularly with food service committees to hear their feedback and ideas As a leading campus dining provider, we recognize an important compliment to any on-campus dining program is the availability of a convenience store. ARAMARK Higher Education has reinvented the convenience store concept by creating our award-winning P.O.D. Market (Provisions on Demand). When launched in 2008, this unique concept won first place in the Retail Design Institute's International Store Design Competition and Chain Store Age, Retail Store of the Year Design Competition. http://podmarket.com/Default. aspx P.O.D. provides the campus community with the value, selection and service they want, when they want by combining the quick
  • 5. convenience of a 'corner store' with modern market style and service. P.O.D. offers a variety of fresh food, prepared meals and everyday essentials. TODAY IS A BRAND NEW DAY (MUST WATCH THIS VIDEO) Today, we are revitalizing our Aramark brand. Our iconic red star continues to represent our people, always moving forward with devotion and ingenuity. Our service mission remains intact: to enrich and nourish lives. And our standards are still just as high. Today, we turn boldly to the future and look to the next era of creating innovative solutions for tomorrow's challenges. Because passion is at the heart of our performance and pride is at the core of our service. And it always will be. This is the Aramark legacy. And this is what we do. http://www.aramark.com/newday ============================ Survey: Aramark among world's most ethical companies Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/ business/Survey_Aramark_among _worlds_most_ethical_companie s.html#6cfmI4268Ikp2PB7.99 ============================= Aramark’s placement on FORTUNE’s 2014 List of “World’s Most Admired Companies” and Ethisphere’s 2014 List of “World’s Most
  • 6. Ethical Companies” reinforces the company’s continuing commitment to a high-level of service excellence and sound business practices and principles that drive value for clients, customers, communities, employees and shareholders alike. http://www.aramark.com/PressR oom/PressReleases/Most- Ethical-2014.aspx ============================= ARAMARK Named Best Employer for Healthy Lifestyles National Business Group on Health recognizes ARAMARK with its highest award for creating a culture of workplace health and wellness PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 22, 2013) – ARAMARK today received a Platinum Award from the National Business Group on Health as they recognized the 2013 Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles. The National Business Group on Health, a non-profit association of large US employers, honored ARAMARK for its ongoing commitment and dedication to promoting a healthy workplace and encouraging its workers and families to pursue and maintain healthy lifestyles… http://www.aramark.com/PressR oom/PressReleases/Best- Employer-Healthy-Lifestyles- 2013.aspx ============================ Did You Know? Aramark Fun Facts • Aramark delivers experiences that enrich and nourish people’s lives through innovative services in food, facilities management, and uniforms. • We provide award ‐wi nni services to healthcare institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses in 22 countries around the world. • Across North America, Aramark provides services to over 1,400 colleges, universities, private schools, school systems and districts • Serves over 500 million meals annually to 5 million students at
  • 7. colleges, universities, and K-12 grade schools • Services 2,000 healthcare facilities, collectively representing 75 million patient days annually • Is North America’s largest employer of dieticians, with over 500 registered dieticians on staff • Maintains of over 1 million pieces of clinical/medical equipment • Caters to 100 million sports fans of more than 150 professional and college teams serves 40 teams in the NBA, the NFL, the NHL and MLB • Serves 7 million hot dogs at major league venues annually Hosted 22 million visitors last year at the 16 national and state parks it serves • Runs the largest houseboating operation in the U.S. with 172 houseboats and 5 marinas across Lake Powell • Serves Togwotee, the top snowmobiling destination in North America • Serves 1 billion cups of coffee annually around the world, Has served 16 Olympic Games since 1968 • Serves 22,000 meals each day on rigs in the North Sea
  • 8. • Serves 8 million fans annually of the First Soccer League in Germany • Manages 16 underground cafeterias in the largest underground copper mine in the world • Provides services for the largest mining project in Peru • Provided food to “Los 33,” Chilean miners trapped under-ground in 2010 • Puts over 2 million people in uniforms each day • Customizes/embroiders 100,000 uniforms daily • Washes 5 million pounds of laundry every day • Processes 345 million garments annually ARAMARK’S APPLICATION… Aramark’s application is very different than a traditional application and the application process is very different from anything you have ever seen. The application does not give you the space to explain your job duties, achievements or anything other than a job title and they ask “why did you leave?” The only space you have to show them that you have the skills that they need is in the box at the bottom of the application. Limit space to say the least! But, the reason why is that the interviewer is the actual gatekeeper and they are looking to determine your motivation over experience.
  • 9. WELCOME TO THE INTERVIEW! APPLICATION… Take your time to fill out the application correctly, neatly (make it ease and clear to read) and leave no space unfilled. This interviewer will look at your application as a sample of the quality of your work and will make assumptions as to how committed you are to doing a job correctly. The concept is simple! If your application is poorly done, hard to read or looks rushed, they will see you as a marginal applicant. Do yourself a big favor by making several copies of the application before you start so that you can use (at least) one as a draft copy. Use a dictionary – don’t guess on spelling. Take them time to look up addresses, phone numbers and let references know that you listed them and explain to them what you want them to say before you turn the application in.
  • 10. HOMEWORK… Do your research on the company – especially the college division (as this is the department of Aramark that you are applying). There is a video by the CEO of the college division and we strong recommend that you watch that and take notes. You need to be able to have an intelligent conversation with the interviewer about the company and what they do instead of reciting a few facts about the company. This research when properly done will impress the interviewer that you are a serious candidate who is truly interested in the specific job that you applied for and in working for their company. Your prep work to answer the question “tell me what you know about my company…” will also tell the interviewer everything that they need to know about you. If you fail to (or elect not to) do your homework to be able to answer that question, then, the interview is very short and you will not get the job.
  • 11. The concept is simple. If you are unwilling (or unable) to invest your own time into helping your own self…if you are unwilling to invest in your own future (at least your immediate future – as it was assumed that you really wanted this job)…if you are not willing to invest in yourself then, what would you be willing to offer the company. This is why they ask you this question. With one question they can determine whether you are worth employing or not (and at the time of the question, you didn’t even know that the interview had started). You mission is to know who they are, what they do (and how long) and why they do what they do which makes them successful. DRESS NOT FOR SUCCESS BUT TO GET THE JOB The best thing to remember is that the people interviewing you will be wearing polo shirts and slacks, so why would you want to outshine professionals and impress them that you should be in a
  • 12. board room instead of on a food line or working in a hot kitchen. Will they be able to see you working in those positions or not? Do not over dress for this interview especially when no one was concerned with the way you dressed (if you came in clean, orderly normal every day clothes). A power suit like a killer resume surely will impress them; it will impress them that you are not right for the production position that you applied for. Here is a typical conversation when you show up over dressed for the level that you applied for: EMPLOYER {Looking at you in your power suit and killer resume they assume…}: “What position are you applying for? We do not have any management positions open right now…” APPLICANT: “Oh no, I was applying for a production opening…” EMPLOYER {Looking again at the applicant}: “Why are you applying for this position? OH! You wouldn’t like that…it is very hot, dirty work…” Do you see how this interview went sideways very quick? Can you see how the suit and killer resume did impress the interviewer but, in all negative and non-positive assumption(s) about the applicant. Dress for success lead to dress for failure because the interviewer assumed that the applicant was not suited for the position applied for. Save the suit until you are going to church, getting married or applying for a manager’s job. The best advice is to not be paralyzed by the lack of “interview” clothes and realize that you are already dressed to fit in and get the job. Don’t be that kid that wore a three-piece suit to Home Depot. HONESTY PAYS OFF BIG TIME HERE If they decide to hire you, you will be given a background form to fill out. Be completely straight forward, with dates and charges on any criminal events in your past. Here is how this works! They are less concern with what you did (because this is at ASU any kind of crime against children or so’s are non- starters) than your honesty. Whatever you put down, they will discuss with you, look at the age of the event, see if it is related to the job you are applying for but, most importantly,
  • 13. they are looking at the circumstances and what you have done since then to turn your live around, make the world better for your family and the community a better place. They listen very closely, so don’t even try to B.S. them! If you convince them that you are no long that person who made those mistakes, they will work with you to get you approved. If you are honest they will give you a chance but, if they find charges or events that you failed to mention, no amount of “I was on drugs in those years…so you can’t expect me to remember!” will get them to consider you. In fact, the corporate policy is to NEVER hire you. Open warrants have been with a problem but, we have seen a young lady with an open warrant get hired because she did prove that she didn’t know and the warrant was for an unpaid traffic ticket and the job she applied for didn’t require a license nor driving. It is worth noting that others (with warrants) were turned down but they were told that when they cleared the charge they could be hired.
  • 14. Get Hired with… MOTIVATION INSTEAD OF EXPERIENCE Understand that for most of these jobs, they are entry level and a foot-in-the-door opportunity with this company, so they are not looking for the Iron Chef. Do not waste time in showing them that you are the next Iron Chef as this is not what they are looking for. They are looking for people who are motivated, who want to learn or who are interested in turning a passion into a career. While we want you to be like the kid who just discovered ice cream, and X-Mas all at once, you don’t want you to lose track of the fact that experience is not important but, skill and abilities that are related to this job. What skills and abilities are needed? This varies by the job being offered. The best thing to do is to start with what the employer tells you that they are looking for. In this case, you will not get the job description until you get to the interview. For those who are gifted with an ability to reinvent themselves on the fly, it is easy for them to read the job description and to restructure their skillset presentation to match what the employer is looking for. Most of us do not have that ability and only marginally know who we are without a complete picture of what we are capable of doing. For this we are going to put links to your Career BFF, ONET ONLINE, and ask you to go study the six page job description created by the Department of Labor. This is a lifesaver in that it breaks all of this down (in great detail) for you. 41-2011.00 Cashiers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41-2011.00?s=cashier 35-3021.00 Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Fast Food http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/7/35-3021.00?s=cashier 35-3022.00 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop
  • 15. http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/8/35-3022.00?s=cashier 35-9031.00 Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35-9031.00?s=host 35-9021.00 Dishwashers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35-9021.00?s=dishwasher 35-2014.00 COOKS, RESTAURANT http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/35-2014.00?s=cook =========================================================== GETTING THERE… For UMOM CAMPERS this is an easy ride on the light rail to the ASU Stadium, and then there are ASU Shuttles to take you to the Main Campus and get off at the student union (Memorial Hall) food court – follow the signs. FREE UMOM SHUTTLE VAN We will be running the UMOM “I AM GOING TO GET A JOB” Tour Van to the event. Please RSVP for a FREE RIDE. RSVP is at the Fishbowl. If not at the main campus ask your case manager. APPLICATION AVAILABLE ON LOBBY TABLE Get your application when you RSVP along with the study guide. 1290 S Normal Ave #138 Tempe, AZ 85281 PLAN YOUR ROUTE: http://www.valleymetro.org/
  • 16. USED JOB SHACK INSIDER… Cashier Interview - Interviewed at ARAMARK Interview Details – Applied online and then spoke to the manager and scheduled an interview Interview Question – • Do you feel like you can take orders from someone less educated than you? =========================================== Cashier - I applied online and the process took 2 days Interview Details – I applied online, I was then called for an in person interview and offered a position. Interview Question – • Describe your cashier. =========================================== Cashier Interview - I applied through other source and the process took 1 week Interview Details – I went in for an interview at the employee cafeteria position. When I arrive I had to sit and wait 30 minutes before someone came to pick me up from security. I was escorted down stairs to the cafeteria and was told to sit because the supervisor was busy with an important client., finally when the supervisor came over we basically went over my resume and she let me know I had the job right then and there and that she will call me with a schedule by Friday. Interview Question – • Do you have any experience with a cash register? ===========================================
  • 17. Cashier Interview - I applied in-person, the process took a day Interview Details – It was one on one with a recruiter. She was very nice and bubbly asked basic job experience questioned. Asked things like how was my last job conflicts that occurred. Didn't give a pay rate until a few weeks after starting the job. Everybody was so willing to help in excelling in the company Interview Questions • Where do you see yourself with our company in five years? • Why this company? =========================================== Cook Interview - I applied in-person and the process took a day Interview Details – I found out about the company when I was in culinary school. I researched the company and all the things they were involved in. I used that in the interview and they were impressed that I took the time to learn about the company. Interview Question – • What qualification can I bring to the company and what do I expect out of the company? Negotiation Details – It was tough but I included all my experiences that I had and I started higher than what they were opening until I got a fair price in the middle of what they were offering and what I wanted. I cheated myself a little but I was still in school and had not graduated yet, so it was fair. =========================================== Cook Interview - I applied through a staffing agency and the process took a day Interview Details – Work as temporary to show what I was capable of. Once they saw that I was competent, they decided to hire me. Interview Question – The deciding question between the two managers was, • Do you like Star Wars or Star Trek? NOTE: Because the F&B Manager liked Trek and the Exec. Chef liked Wars. I needed to give the answer the Chef wanted. ============================================
  • 18. Cook Interview - I applied in-person and the process took a day Interview Details – After filling out an application it took over two months for a call. After receiving the job I immediately offered the job, I was just told to come and they gave me an overview of the job and ask me if I could handle it and I said yes. Interview Question – • Can you handle job? Negotiation Details – negotiating is definitely open, but my starting pay was actually higher than I thought so I was satisfied. ============================================ Cook Interview - The process took a day Interview Details – I received a call from one of the managers on a Sunday night, I came in to interview the next day. I was dressed in casual wear because the manager seemed to indicate to me over the phone that they needed workers and that I had pretty much gotten the job. The interview was easy, the manager only asked a couple of questions before he informed me that I got the job. Interview Questions • What are skills that you possess? • What is your schedule? ============================================ Cook Interview - I applied online and the process took a day Interview Details – I called, came in for an interview; they liked my experience and needed me for an unusual part time shift, so I was hired once I passed a background check. Interview Question – I really can't think of any, but I've been cooking for most of my life. Negotiation Details – They wanted to pay a lower wage; I went as low as I could go and they went as high they were allowed to pay. If they want you in corporate they can only offer as much as they are allowed; if an individual owner or powerful general manager wants you, you can usually cut a more unusual deal. ============================================
  • 19. Accelerate to Leadership Program Accelerate to Leadership Program Interview - I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months Interview Details – I found out about this program from my university's career center and applied on Aramark website. About 2 weeks later, I got an email said that I met the requirements and schedule a 30 minute phone interview. The Phone Interview was really easy; just behavioral question, what you know about the program, how you found out program, what you your goals, and will you willing to relocated. Depend on your conversation skills and know how to find out if you get selected for the 2nd round, you can get an answer right after your phone interview. Then 2 weeks later, I got an email with an invitation to attend the final assessment in PA. They flown me there and paid for all the expenses. The final Interview was intimidated at first because there will be around 100+ per session and there are 2 sessions. I was in the first session and had 2 interviews and they both really good. They will give you a schedule for the interviews and it will say when your turn is. You might have some gaps in between your interview so make sure to talk to people and just enjoy yourself. There will be a panel of 2 for each interview and you got to be confident when you walk in and show them you interested in the position. Since you will interview with different people from different industries, you have to be good at improvised and think on the spot because they might ask you about stuff in their specific industry. A good interview tends to be more conversation and both parties enjoy the interview. Make sure you make yourself stand out from the crowd and ask them to hire you (of course not in a direct way :D). At the end of the interviews, they will give you a little gift and send you to the airport to depart for your flight back home. Then 2 weeks later, I received a call said that I did really good in the interview and I got offer a position. Make sure to keep this in mind, they will repeatedly as you if you willing to
  • 20. relocated. However, if you answer yes, they might move you, not that they move you for sure, just depend on where your skill fit most. Interview Question – Sometimes, they will ask for stuff related to their specific industries and you must be able to give them the answer that satisfied them. You have to think on the spot and cannot really prepare for this because you won't find out who you will interview with until you attend the welcoming event. Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation because the offer package was good as a college grad and they paid for my relocation. ================================================= Accelerate to Leadership Program Interview - I applied online and the process took 4 weeks Interview Details – The whole process was very organized. As a former Aramark employee I am always impressed by the level of courtesy Aramark shows even its potential employees. I got called with an offer about a week and a half later. I declined for reasons below. Interview Question – 1. Name a time when you had to handle a difficult co-worker. 2. What line of business are you interested in? 3. What do you think makes you successful? 4. Tell me about a time when you made a mistake. 5. Name a time when you dealt with a difficult customer. Reason for Declining – Throughout the entire interview process, they asked me repeatedly where I would like to be placed. I answered with "pretty much any state but the one I currently reside in". I was just ready for a change. When I received an offer a week and a half later, the opening was in a building about 15 minutes from my house. So clearly, someone else made the placement decision, or else they simply did not listen during my 4 separate interviews. ========================================================== “PUT FORTH THE EFFORT, DO YOUR JOB AS AN APPLICANT AND YOU MAY LEAVE UNEMPLOYMENT BEHIND AND HAVE A SHOT AT A BETTER FUTURE…” - UNCLE BOB
  • 21. SSP AMERICA NEW HIRING @ SKY HARBOR Brand new restaurant, we have immediate openings for all levels of employment. Interviews are being held on a daily basis, so apply today for consideration! We have needs for all hourly employees, front and back of house: CASHIER –HOST –UTILITY –BUSSER -COOK Six months experience working in food service environment is essential. High school diploma preferred. IMMEDIATE WALK-IN INTERVIEWS ARE BACK! 1710 E. Grant Street #150. Best time is about 10 AM and it is a real interview – so go prepared!
  • 22. 50 OPENINGS! SSP AMERICA – COMPANY CHANGES WITH NEW CEO http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/ international/ SSP AMERICA HAS A NEW CEO THAT PUTS FOOD FIRST… CREATES A MORE WOMEN (EMPLOYEE) FRIENDLY WORK ENVIRONMENT… http://foodtravelupdate.com/ KATE SWANN CEO, SSP I have recently joined SSP as CEO. I joined the company because travel retail is a fascinatingly dynamic business and the potential in the sector is enormous. As a leading player in this arena SSP is well placed, and our long and successful heritage, our world-leading portfolio of brands, and the expertise of our people make the company a formidable force SSP AMERICA TO OPEN NEW VENUE(S) @ SKY HARBOR Brand new restaurant, we have immediate openings for all levels of employment. Interviews are being held on a daily basis, so apply today for consideration! We have needs for all hourly employees, front and back of house.
  • 23. 41-2011.00 Cashiers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/41- 2011.00?s=cashier 35-3021.00 Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Fast Food http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/7/35- 3021.00?s=cashier 35-3022.00 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/8/35- 3022.00?s=cashier 35-9031.00 Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35- 9031.00?s=host 35-9021.00 Dishwashers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35- 9021.00?s=dishwasher IS SSP AMERICA TRULY? Here in Phoenix, SSP America has two separate operations. One is at Sky Harbor Airport and there is the Homeland Security Badging process. The badging process is complicated. Some things are acceptable after “X” number of years while other things are never. Many times, even the employers are not sure. DON’T ASSUME THAT THE ANSWER IS NO. If the employer is not certain how can you? Contact the Sky Harbor Badging Office and make sure. Better to ask and be surprised than to just walk away from a great opportunity to only find out you were wrong. http://skyharbor.com/about/securitybadging.html ==================================================================================================
  • 24. SSP AMERICA 48,000 sq. ft. cooking facility off the airport at 16th St. and Grant. Since this is not at the airport, different rules and measures are in place about applicant background. At the Grant Facility, your skills, abilities are the first consideration. If you have done your job to show them how well you match the skills that they need, you will find that they are much more willing to talk about your past. They are concerned with who you are and what you bring to the table. They look at the age, IMPORTANTLY they want to know the circumstances as to what happened, do you have remorse and what have you done to put your life back together. You need to reassure them that you are NO LONG that person and illustrate by what you have done to make yourself different. Repentant people are unlikely to repeat past mistakes. They look at how old the offence(s) are (with age and lack of additional charges a good indicator of truth on your part). BEST ADVISE “BE HONEST…BE HUMAN!” If people see you as a human being, then mistakes are expected as is help and assistance. ========================================================= STUDY THE BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY AND BE PREPARED TO GIVEN AN EXTENSTED ANSWER TO THE QUESTIONS: • “What do you know about our company?” • “Why do you want to work for us at the Airport?” REMEMBER THE TRADITIONAL OF “I NEED A JOB!” JUST DOES NOT HACK IT! http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/international/page/about/
  • 25. CHECK THEM OUT AND FIND OUT WHY THEY ARE THE FOOD TRAVEL EXPERTS. ================================================================ USED JOB SHACK … SSP STUDY GUIDE: If you really want a career with this company it is to your benefit to know who they are, what they do, how well they do it and what is their future. Why should you put in all this extra effort for another interview at another cooking facility? If you don’t already know the answer to this…you are in the wrong spot, reading the wrong thing. To humor you…let’s go through this again: A. They have just received an 11 year contract with Sky Harbor. B. Since they have been here less than 6 months…they are not going anywhere for a long time and that gives you STABILITY! C. They are young here in the valley but, already, have a rep for promoting from within. Many of the people who went to the initial rounds of interviews (several months back) have already been promoted to leads or supervisors. D. They offer benefits from day one. E. They are ONLY one-third full on their staffing. WHO ARE THEY? • How long have they been in business? • How many countries are they in? • What are their two “catch phrases?” (What two things are their passions?) • How do they see themselves? They are _________ of the ________ Food Industry. • How strongly do they believe in TEAM WORK and how does that work for them? WHO ARE YOU? • Do you share their passions? In what way(s)? Be able to explain how that has an effect upon the quality of your effort at work? • Do you have direct, prior experience in the industry? Related industry?
  • 26. DEPENDING UPON POSITION. COOKING: • Do you have 6 months to a year of work experience? • Do you have a specialty? • Do you know what restaurants that they are cooking for? • How and why would you be good at a specific restaurant or better still in all around cooking? DEPENDING UPON POSITION.CASHIERING/HOST/RETAIL SALES ASSOCIATE: • Can you operate a POS (point-of-sales) cash register? • Do you have good cash handling skills? • How good are you on handling/dealing with complaints? • Would the airport be an exciting place to work? If so, please explain why. • Are you a people person? Do you enjoy and work will in a constantly changing setting? Can you work under pressure? Please be able to have an example or two that demonstrated this. • What does customer service mean to you and how do you make that a part of how you do your job? • What is your concept of team work and how does this affect your daily work? • Have an example in how team work made the difference at being successful. SECURITY: • Are you able to pass a Homeland Security Background Test? Drug Test? • Do you have or can assemble a list of places that you have lived and worked for the past ten years? • Do you already have an AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card? Do you have an AZDPS Security Guard License? HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DRESS TO APPLY? Please remember that they are a very large company and that these positions are NOT at their commissary but, at the airport. How well you present yourself is a factor in the decision making to hire you or not. Dress should be AZ Casual or above. This needs to be “going to work” clothes not “going to the club” or “hanging out at the park” style of fashion.
  • 27. We are truly the Food Travel Experts, skilled in combining global reach with a distinctive local touch. Drawing on our years of global operational insight and experience we can consistently deliver high quality food and beverage services to travelling customers, in often demanding and challenging operational conditions. http://www.foodtravelexperts.com/international/page/about/ Working with the experts SSP America is a trailblazing team of food travel experts, transforming the face of airport dining across North America. We’re all about creating and operating exceptional restaurants that are loved locally and acclaimed both nationally and internationally. Our consumer insight, passion and expertise are second to none. There’s no better place to further your career. Culture Part Career. Part revolution. ‘Pioneering’ change within the food travel industry is synonymous with SSP America. We believe in excellence. We believe in all things food. We know the combination of teamwork and quality means success for everyone involved. Our commitment to this success is built on the drive, determination and great ideas of a diverse team of talented people who strive to triumph in everything they do. It’s only natural then that we seek enthusiastic individuals to join our team, who share our vision, embody our values and strive for perfection, helping us to deliver on our promise. Vision and values Everything we stand for as an organization evolves out of our passion and drive for excellence. We are determined to achieve greatness. Our approach, our people, our commitment to success, quality and teamwork, our
  • 28. dedication to everything we do, this is why we are Food Travel Experts. It is a reputation that asks us to stand firmly behind everything we do and always strive for better. We never rest in our journey to succeed and deliver distinctive food travel experiences that delight our guests and give our people a sense of value and achievement. Life at SSP America From the very beginning, SSP America has experienced rapid market growth throughout North America, Canada and the Caribbean. Continuing such strong growth remains our ambition for the future. With great development comes great career opportunities. New and exciting roles with SSP are constantly coming on stream. Employees can expect challenging and varied roles with leading global brands. You will join talented teams, passionate about delighting customers. Your talent will be recognized and rewarded. SSP is a merit - focused organization - our people earn recognition and rewards in line with their achievement and we also help you take your career to the next level. Whatever you are looking for from your career, you’ll find it, and more, with SSP. Benefits and rewards We are firm believers in the power of relationships and how they contribute to our success - with clients, brand partners, and within our team. We make it our business to reward this by investing in our people with a comprehensive range of benefits and incentive programs. What’s Up at Kitchen 56?
  • 29. 3433 North 56th Street, Phoenix AZ 85018-6121 OPENINGS FOR LINE COOKS Fast paced Arcadia restaurant with an excellent work environment. You are hardworking, have a great attitude, and have some kitchen experience. They have PT and FT positions available. Please COME IN and see the General Manager this week. MENU: http://kitchen56.com/menu/ ================================================================= IMMEDIATE OPENINGS We are looking for friendly and energetic people to work as servers. Please apply in person from 9am - 11am and 2pm - 5pm at: Alexi's Grill, 3550 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ. 85012 ================================================================== http://www.alexisgrillphx.com/virtual-tours/scene-1.html WORK THROUGH THE VIRTUAL TOURS AND THE MENU…THEY WILL ASK! ==================================================================
  • 30. 11 WEST WASHINGTON ST. (CITYSCAPE) BEST FOOD SERVICE CAREER NOW BEING OFFERED! BEST CAREER MOVE IN PHX!!! http://tracking.jibepost.com/l/53a0314a43c d9f56ed0016a8 WHERE ELSE CAN YOU START WITH NO EXPERIENCE AND BASED UPON YOUR WILLINGNESS TO WORK HARD AND TO LEARN NEW THINGS, CAN YOU WORK YOUR WAY UP TO MAKING $120K/YR? LOOKING TO HIRE 140 EMPLOYERS TO STAFF THEIR 61 LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT ARIZONA • Why is all this effort worth it? Take a look at the salary chart… need we say anything more? • Did ya know that 97% of all managers started at the counter!
  • 31. • This is a company where you can enter with no experience & build a great career up to $129k/year! • Or you can get another dead-end job that didn’t require you do some prep work and research! One of the many reasons why Chipotle is unlike other fast food companies is the fact that nearly all of the leaders are promoted from our crew. Many restaurant companies hire "professional" managers to run their restaurants and almost never look to their crews for new leaders. But last year at Chipotle, 97% of our general managers were promoted from our crews and because our company is growing, there's plenty of opportunity. It's a lot of hard work, not recommended for someone collecting a check!!! IT IS CRITICAL TO GETTING HIRED You MUST watch and take notes on each of the videos…they will ask you questions about them and they will send you home if you have not watched…really!!!! http://careers.chipotle.com/en-us/careers/get_rolling/get_rolling.aspx http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j28bdq-q9l0 Countless people who came simply looking for a job now find themselves leading dozens, or even thousands of people while enjoying a career…
  • 32. THEY DO TALK ABOUT THIS AT THE INTERVIEW! FARMED & DANGEROUS http://www.chipotle.com/en- US/default.aspx?type=default FOOD WITH INTEGRITY http://www.chipotle.com/e n-us/fwi/videos/videos.aspx CURRENT OPENINGS… Complete openings here… http://jobs.chipotle.com/ Countless people who came simply looking for a job now find themselves leading dozens, or even thousands of people while enjoying a career that is totally fulfilling, fun, and financially rewarding beyond anything they thought possible. It's pretty simple: If you work hard, you'll get noticed and before you know it, you'll be on a roll. When Steve Ells started Chipotle back in 1993, he only intended to open one restaurant—not a chain of more than 1,200. Because of that, he broke all of the rules and Chipotle became a new kind of fast food restaurant. In fact, we do just about everything differently and it starts with the people we hire to work in our restaurants. We've learned that experience in other fast food restaurants isn't of much value at Chipotle. That's because we really cook food at Chipotle. And that's just the beginning of what we do differently. Our Crew members learn what they need to do on the job and in turn; they become the future leaders of our company. It's on-the-job training like you have never had before. http://www.chipotle.com/en-us/chipotle_story/chipotle_story.aspx
  • 33. USED JOB SHACK INSIDER: WHAT IS IT LIKE TO WORK THERE? “Hard work truly pays off and Chipotle will teach you success in the industry” Manager (Current Employee) - I have been working at Chipotle full-time for less than a year Pros – Great advancement opportunities. I've had 3 promotions in management in less than a year! • Great benefits. • Free food during work shifts. • Proud to work for this particular restaurant chain. • Great people and products. Advice to Senior Management – Upper area management has been good to us. There are and always will be lazy in-store managers using their crew to pull all the weight. Don't be that manager everyone talks bad about! Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company ====================================================== IT'S A LOT OF HARD WORK, NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SOMEONE COLLECTING A CHECK!!! “They hand everything to you, Are you willing to work for it?” -SVC MANAGER (CURRENT EMPLOYEE) ================================================ TESTMENT: I have been working at Chipotle full-time for more than a year Pros – You can get to any position (Kitchen Manager, Service Manager, Apprentice, General Manager, and Restaurateur etc.) as long as you try your best every day. • Free food every day you work • Good morals (food with integrity) • Supports your community by making fund raisers and making coupons only available at local events.
  • 34. • Wants YOUR friends to work there • Teaches you real culinary skills and proper food handling • Provides employees with a lot of benefits Cons – IT'S A LOT OF HARD WORK, NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SOMEONE COLLECTING A CHECK. The company will fire you if you don't want to move up after a certain amount of time once in management. It's one of those jobs that need to be taken seriously, it's a team effort. One weak link and your day are going to suck. High pressure job, people seem to get very dramatic when things start to get tense Makes you look silly because you take a fast food job seriously hahaha! Advice to Senior Management – Keep Rocking guys! You guys are making a huge difference! Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company USED JOB SHACK INSIDER: THE INTERVIEW PROCESS... Crew Member - I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Chipotle Interview Details –I applied online and within a week was called to schedule an interview the next day. I dressed in black dress pants and a nice blouse for the interview and arrived 10 minutes early for the manager to begin it about 10 minutes later than expected. He had the formal interview sheet with questions and asked me to tell him about myself, what my friends would say about me, what I know about Chipotle and it I had the 13 characteristics they look for and why. I would suggest researching the company a bit so you can tell them what you know. After the interview he scheduled a follow up with the GM the next day. At that interview I arrived 5 minutes early and waited about 20 minutes to be interviewed by a manager and an apprentice. They had no interview sheet and asked me questions about myself, past experiences, the company's history and what I wanted to do with my future. The interview was relaxed and a great experience and they left me to discuss. About 5 minutes later they offered me a job and there was negotiation with my wage and I am very pleased with the result. The interview process was positive and very professional. INTERVIEW QUESTION – • Tell us about yourself. • What do you know about Chipotle? • What do you want to do in your future? • How would your friends describe you?
  • 35. Crew Member - I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Chipotle Interview Details –I applied online and within a couple days received an email saying they would like to interview me. I went to the interview and it was with the apprentice. He was really nice and the interview was short and easy. He said he would set up a 2nd interview but this time with the Restaurateur. The 2nd interview was surprisingly a group interview; there were 6 other girls in the interview. Basically the restaurateur just asked a question and we all went around answering them. All the questions were basic and not hard. Mainly just questions about yourself. Ex: • Why do you want to work here? Oh and they will ask questions about what you know about Chipotle. Just make sure you know what Food with Integrity means. You can find all that stuff on their website. She then said we would get an email or call saying if we got the job. I received a phone call later that day saying I got the job! I've been working there for 3 months now and love it! :) Interview Question –None. All were basic and simple questions -------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member - I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Chipotle. Interview Details –Easiest way to get a job at Chipotle is through a referral, which was exactly my case. My friend told me to come by at 5:00 pm to speak with the General Manager. The GM handled me the application, after he would look through at my application right in front of me and ask brief questions about my work experience. Then later that day the GM called and we set-up a formal interview. We sat down and he started asking about why I want to work at Chipotle, What I like about Chipotle, and What do i know about Chipotle... After answering those questions positively he said that it was me smiling is the reason he would consider hiring me. Then after we set up a second interview... In the second interview, all he asked is if I’m willing to move up in the company and i said yes and he offered me the job... Interview Question – • How many times do you wash your hands when you go to the bathroom? --------------------------------------------------------------------- Prep Cook - I applied in-person and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Chipotle. Interview Details –Initially they called for another family member to come in for a group interview. I stole the interview. Came in the next day, they sit you in a large circle and go one by one asking about experience, why they should hire you, what you know about the company, what you know about the culture. It ended up being 8 of us reiterating the same online info about Chipotles culture, owner, how it started, why. Etc. I handed them my resume and told them after the group interview that I wasn't called in but I came anyway. They told me to come back tomorrow for a second interview because it showed charisma. After the second interview it took close to 2 weeks for them to call me in to fill out paperwork for the hiring process. ======================================================
  • 36. Interview Question –No question was difficult, you will need to know a good amount of info on the company and have it memorized. ==================================== Negotiation Details –No real negotiation, it's a great process. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Anonymous Employee - I applied through other source and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Chipotle. Interview Details –I received an email about a job fair for Chipotle. I attended the job fair through Snagajob. They basically had me fill out an application and when I turned it in they had a manager interview me. I really didn't know much about Chipotle at all, so the manager gave me the spiel about how Chipotle started and Food with Integrity. If you are friendly and not shy, I think they will still hire you. Interview Question – • Why do you want to work for Chipotle? Negotiation Details –Negotiation was easy for me. I asked for 8.50, and I got offered the job at 8.50. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member - I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Chipotle. Interview Details –I applied online and a few days later I got an email inviting me to the job fair being held at the location. I got there about 15 minutes early and had to put my name and phone number on a list along with 6 other people who had come for interviews. After about 30 minutes one of the crew members came out and took the first person on the list to a booth for a 1 on 1 setting interview (which I appreciated since I would hate to do a group interview and compete for attention and answers). My turn came and it actually turned out to be a really fun interview as she seemed interested in learning about who I was as a person and not some drone that needs to list my qualifications in order to impress her. SHE ASKED ME THREE QUESTIONS I WAS EXPECTING: • Why do you want to work at Chipotle? • Tell me something about yourself, what do you like to do? • And do you know anything about Chipotle's history? They are absolutely guaranteed to ask what you know about the company’s history so be sure to read a few things about Steve Ells and 'Food with Integrity' on the site. They'll also tell you about the history in more detail after asking so stay responsive during that. The rest of the interview we talked about ambitions and what it is like working at the specific chipotle and how close the crew is. It became a really comfortable interview for the both of us; it was cool having such a mutual bond in such a short time. Honestly, I think the most important qualities
  • 37. you need to have for the interview is being comfortable with yourself, embracing what you're into, and emphasizing what you can bring into the chipotle team and that you will be able to get along with everyone. It was like a 20 minute interview and by the end she told me to come back the next day to have a second interview with the manager. The next day I arrive and another person from the interviews the previous day came in shortly after me. We actually were the only two who talked to each other the previous day so it was cool that we seemed to be the 'final two'. We were talking about our interviews and comparing what we were asked (same exact stuff) and what we answered as we waited for the second interview. The manager finally came out with another employee and they interviewed us both together which I didn't really think I would like, but we kind of played off each other’s answers so it became more of a team effort which was cool. The questions were basically the same as the previous days, the only new one being, "What are 3 qualities that describe you?" She asked about our availability and asked if we had any questions. Then she and the other employee went in the back to discuss and shortly three other employees came to talk to us and get to know us. They told us about their positions and the busiest days/times and asking us questions about our lives. I think they were mainly trying to see if we were easy to get along with and likable. I'm assuming we were because when they left to go to the back, the manager came back and said she was hiring both of us. It was a really easy process actually. Just try to show you have a personality and that you can work in a team setting. Interview Question –Before my first interview ended, she asked "What superhero would you be if you could choose?" ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member - I applied online - interviewed at Chipotle. Interview Details –I put in my application. About a week later I was called in for an interview. I went for my interview and was interviewed by a group. It was the manager and two crew members. It lasted for about 10 minutes at the most. A couple days later I was called back in for another interview. There, I was interviewed by a manager in training and she decided I could meet the crew. So, I went in the back and talked to everyone. After that, they said they would call with a decision. No more than a week later I received a call saying I was selected for employment. I went back to the store about a week later to fill out paperwork. After that I waited about a week and a half to get called in for orientation. I went and a week after that I was called with a start date. Interview Question –They always ask why you shouldn't be hired. It's a trick question. Just tell them why they should hire you --------------------------------------------------------------------- Crew Member - I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Chipotle. Interview Details –Interview went great for me! The only two things I didn't like were that they emailed me the day of the interview at around 12:00 pm, asking that arrive at the restaurant for 4:00 pm. That was more than enough time to get prepared, but had I not checked my email, I would've missed my window of opportunity. My other concern was that when I did show up (15 minutes early), I had to wait around a bit longer than 4:00 before the hiring
  • 38. manager came out to interview me. I'm not complaining, considering I really wanted the job, but I felt like if I stuck to the set time, they should too. Aside from that, I was interviewed by 2 managers, one was the actual hiring manager and the other was in training (He did most of the talking.) That lightened my load since he was in training and this was my first job interview. Everything went very smoothly after that. His very first question/request was, "Tell me about yourself." Easy enough, I talked about school, sports, volunteering, one of my hobbies, and a couple of my strengths. Me bringing up school brought up a concern on their behalf of whether or not I'd be able to commit to the hours laid out for me, but I told them it wouldn't be a problem and explained why. They seemed understanding enough; they didn't even mind if I was late sometimes so long as I notified that at least that morning in advance. The other manager asked me questions regarding my knowledge of the company. I owned that part of the interview considering I had done my research on the Chipotle website before showing up. An important point there is, "Food with Integrity" which is basically Chipotle's program for ensuring fresh meat and veggies for the franchise. (AT SOME STORES – THIS KNOWLEDGE IS A DEAL MAKER OR A DEAL BREAKER…BE FOREWARNED!) She also asked why I wanted to work for Chipotle and I was honest and sincere (as you should be), so that was just as easy as talking about me. Both managers seemed impressed overall, constantly smiling and laughing with me. At the end of the interview, they told me they would email me a response later that day or early the next morning. I got my "Congratulations and welcome to Chipotle!" email about 2 hours later. Interview Question –Though I wouldn't call it "difficult or unexpected", they asked if I was familiar with Food with Integrity ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE BRAND NEWEST USED JOB SHACK INSIDER: Doing the application correctly (RULE NUMBER FOUR) is the key to getting called for an interview. This is so critical and important because their computer doesn’t blink nor blush. It is a stone cold application killer. You either have all the key words and phrases spelled out in your application or you are not qualified. People who have put in multiple applications before learning Rule Number Four had failed to get called. Recently we had an applicant take the time to learn and fine tune Rule Number Four (she had previously applied with no luck) and as soon as they submitted their application , every store this side of the Mississippi were calling them to come in for an interview. Furthermore to how critical doing the application correctly is, (there is some question about this but, it does makes sense) going out to the store will not help if the computer screener
  • 39. didn’t approve you. This means that you could have ten years’ experience but, if the computer didn’t count enough key words or phrases, you were not put on the list that the managers see when they log into their system. Rule Number Six is as critical to getting you hired. Everyone who has been hired in part because they came prepared as they had done their homework and many times knew more about the company than the manager who hired them. Research is so critical to you passing the interview. You need to also answer the question(s): • WHY DO YOU WANT TO WORK HERE? (Saying you need a job is just right pitiful) • WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF GOING WITH THE COMPANY? (they like non-destructive ambition and willingness to grow with the company…say it in personal, human terms not business gobble goop) You will know that you are a finalist if you get asked to come back and have lunch with the store crew. The manager wants to see if their opinion about you is correct and how well you play with others in a business-social setting. The best tip here is to be yourself and see if you like them – remember it is a two-way street. ======================================================================= Restaurant Team Member Crew Description Building the perfect burrito - and having fun doing it - is the first step to building your career at Chipotle. Sharpen your customer- service and teamwork skills, learn to make great food and get ready to grow. Our Crew members take pride in preparing and serving Chipotle’s delicious food. They know that in order to do this right, they need a clean and organized work area. By consistently following the proper recipes and procedures, and adhering to Chipotle’s high standards regarding food preparation, cleaning and sanitation, teamwork and customer service, they help to ensure that the Chipotle customer experience is always the best it can be. Crew members get to learn about and work at a variety of stations: Tortilla, Salsa, Prep, Grill, Expo, and Faxpeditor.
  • 40. In each area they’re greeting and interacting with Chipotle’s customers directly, making their meals, while portioning out the ingredients to our standards. Crew members’ responsibilities require them to be on their feet working while clocked in, unless on break. If they are not busy, they are expected to take on tasks they see that need to get done, and pitch in to help their teammates. In addition to following Chipotle’s policies and procedures, principal responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Food Prep • Completing hot and cold food preparation assignment accurately, neatly, and in a timely fashion • Following recipes accurately and maintaining food preparation processes such as marinating, seasoning, and grilling meats; chopping herbs; dicing, cutting, and slicing vegetables • Preparing food throughout the day as needed, anticipating and reacting to customer volume • Maintaining appropriate portion control and consistently monitoring food levels on the line • Maintaining proper food handling, safety, and sanitation standards while preparing food
  • 41. Customer Experience • Providing a friendly, quality customer experience to each Chipotle customer • Working toward understanding and articulating Food With Integrity Miscellaneous • Consistently and accurately using prep sheets, Road Maps, cleanliness list, and station checklists • Following Chipotle sanitation standards including washing cookware and utensils throughout the day • Cleaning equipment, as assigned, thoroughly and in a timely fashion according to Chipotle sanitation guideline The ideal candidate will: • Have the ability to develop positive working relationships with all restaurant personnel and work as part of a team by helping others as needed or requested • Have the ability to speak clearly and listen attentively to guests and other employees • Have the ability to maintain a professional appearance at all times and display a positive and enthusiastic approach to all assignments • Be able to exhibit a cheerful and helpful attitude, and provide exceptional customer service • Be able to adapt to changing customer volume levels with a sense of urgency • Have the ability to demonstrate a complete understanding of the menu • Be able to follow instructions for recipes and sanitation guidelines • Have the ability to be cross-trained in all areas of the kitchen and line • Have the ability to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location • Have a high school diploma Primary Location : AZ-Phoenix-City Scape-(01684) Work Locations : City Scape-(01684), 11 West Washington St. Suite 140 Suite 140. Phoenix 85003
  • 42. GO BACK AND USE RULE NUMBER FOUR TO PULL OUT THE KEY WORDS AND PHRASES YOU WILL NEED TO CORRECTLY DO THE APPLICATION… • HOW MANY DID YOU FIND? • HOW MANY OF THOSE WHERE IN YOUR KILLER RESUME? • DO YOU REMEMBER HOW THE COMPANY’S COMPUTER WILL DETERMINE IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED? • DID YOU QUALIFY? ================================================== LET’S SEE WHAT ONET SAYS? http://www.onetonline.org/ 35-3022.00 - Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35- 3022.00?s=Dishout ================================================================ NOW HIRING @ 8320 N. Hayden Rd. http://tracking.jibepost.com/l/53a0317843cd9f57150015f6 READ ABOVE INFO AND RPEAT! ================================================================= We are currently hiring COOKS (SSP AMERICA) You will work at the brand new HUMBLE PIE and MATT'S BIG BREAKFAST and FOUR PEAKS concepts in Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. Apply in person for an IMMEDIATE INTERVIEW @ 1710 E. Grant Street Suite 150, Phoenix, AZ 85034 (16th St. and Buckeye Rd.). NOTE: THIS POSITION IS AT THE AIRPORT. YOU MUST BE 18 & ABLE TO PASS AIRPORT BACKGROUND AND BADGING.
  • 43. http://www.onetonline.org/ 35-2014.00 COOKS, RESTAURANT http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/35-2014.00?s=cook Arcadia4340 E Indian School Rd. Bldg. # A-23 MUST WATCH BEFORE INTERVIEW http://www.peiwei.com/Careers/ APPLY IN PERSON BETWEEN 2-4 PM DAILY AVAILABILITY, KNOWLEDGE OF MENU, PEOPLE FRIENDLY AND SHOWING UP TO DO AN APPLICATION LOOKING WORK READY IS A KEY TO GETTING HIRED. WOK EXPERIENCE IS A PLUS BUT NOT A DEAL BREAKER-THEY TRAIN http://www.peiwei.com/Careers/ Cashiers / Bussers / Food Runners TIPSTER: If you have not already been to ONET to properly pad your killer resume with key words, phrases and to insure that you are showing ALL of the skills and abilities you have…then REALLY do it and reform your resume to include all this…Unless, you got Old Lady Luck riding with you today… If she is…buy some lotto tickets coming back. http://www.onetonline.org/ 35-2014.00 COOKS, RESTAURANT http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/2/35-2014.00?s=cook 35-3021.00 COMBINED FOOD PREPARATION AND SERVING WORKERS & FAST FOOD http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/9/35-3021.00?s=cook
  • 44. 35-2011.00 COOKS, FAST FOOD http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/1/35-2011.00?s=cook 35-2015.00 COOKS, SHORT ORDER http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/5/35-2015.00?s=cook 35-3022.00 COUNTER ATTENDANTS, CAFETERIA, FOOD CONCESSION, AND COFFEE SHOP http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/12/35-3022.00?s=cook 35-9021.00 DISHWASHERS http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/11/35-9021.00?s=cook 41-2011.00 CASHIERS http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/41-2011.00?s=cashier%20fast%20food 35-9031.00 HOSTS AND HOSTESSES, RESTAURANT, LOUNGE, AND COFFEE SHOP http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/16/35-9031.00?s=cashier%20fast%20food DOES YOUR KILLER COOK RESUME INCLUDE THESE COOKING SKILLS? DID YOU KNOW YOU DID THIS? Skills ACTIVE LISTENING — Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. SERVICE ORIENTATION — actively looking for ways to help people. SPEAKING — talking to others to convey information effectively Abilities ORAL COMPREHENSION — the ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences. INFORMATION ORDERING — the ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations). ORAL EXPRESSION — the ability to communicate information and ideas in speaking so others will understand. NEAR VISION — the ability to see details at close range (within a few feet of the observer). TRUNK STRENGTH — the ability to use your abdominal and lower back muscles to support part of the body repeatedly or continuously over time without 'giving out' or fatiguing. ARM-HAND STEADINESS — the ability to keep your hand and arm steady while moving your arm or while holding your arm and hand in one position. MANUAL DEXTERITY — the ability to quickly move your hand, your hand together with your arm, or your two hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble objects.
  • 45. PROBLEM SENSITIVITY — the ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong. It does not involve solving the problem, only recognizing there is a problem. SELECTIVE ATTENTION — the ability to concentrate on a task over a period of time without being distracted. SPEECH CLARITY — the ability to speak clearly so others can understand you. WORK ACTIVITIES PERFORMING FOR OR WORKING DIRECTLY WITH THE PUBLIC — performing for people or dealing directly with the public. This includes serving customers in restaurants and stores, and receiving clients or guests. TRAINING AND TEACHING OTHERS — identifying the educational needs of others, developing formal educational or training programs or classes, and teaching or instructing others. COMMUNICATING WITH SUPERVISORS, PEERS, OR SUBORDINATES — providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person. IDENTIFYING OBJECTS, ACTIONS, AND EVENTS — identifying information by categorizing, estimating, recognizing differences or similarities, and detecting changes in circumstances or events. ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS — developing constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, and maintaining them over time. MAKING DECISIONS AND SOLVING PROBLEMS — analyzing information and evaluating results to choose the best solution and solve problems. GETTING INFORMATION — observing, receiving, and otherwise obtaining information from all relevant sources. Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work — Developing specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish your work. RESOLVING CONFLICTS AND NEGOTIATING WITH OTHERS — handling complaints, settling disputes, and resolving grievances and conflicts, or otherwise negotiating with others. Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards — Using relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards. WORK CONTEXT IMPORTANCE OF BEING EXACT OR ACCURATE — How important is being very exact or highly accurate in performing this job? WORK STYLES COOPERATION — Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a good- natured, cooperative attitude. DEPENDABILITY — Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations. SELF-CONTROL — Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check, controlling anger, and avoiding aggressive behavior, even in very difficult situations.
  • 46. INTEGRITY — Job requires being honest and ethical. CONCERN FOR OTHERS — Job requires being sensitive to others' needs and feelings and being understanding and helpful on the job. SOCIAL ORIENTATION — Job requires preferring to work with others rather than alone, and being personally connected with others on the job. ATTENTION TO DETAIL — Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks. STRESS TOLERANCE — Job requires accepting criticism and dealing calmly and effectively with high stress situations. LEADERSHIP — Job requires a willingness to lead, take charge, and offer opinions and direction. ADAPTABILITY/FLEXIBILITY — Job requires being open to change (positive or negative) and to considerable variety in the workplace WORK VALUES RELATIONSHIPS — Occupations that satisfy this work value allow employees to provide service to others and work with co-workers in a friendly non-competitive environment. Corresponding needs are Co-workers, Moral Values and Social Service. SUPPORT — Occupations that satisfy this work value offer supportive management that stands behind employees. Corresponding needs are Company Policies, Supervision: Human Relations and Supervision: Technical. INDEPENDENCE — Occupations that satisfy this work value allow employees to work on their own and make decisions. Corresponding needs are Creativity, Responsibility and Autonomy. Again…is your killer resume really the killer resume that you thought? How many of all of these skills and abilities did it miss? ========================================================================= Careers for Veterans http://www.wm.com/careers/career-paths/transitioning-military.jsp WASTE MANAGEMENT has been recognized as a Top Military Friendly Employer and a “Best for Vets in 2012. Hear these testimonials from real WM Veteran employees, and then apply today! http://youtu.be/jocWOQo1yjs
  • 47. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY FROM 2:30 TO 3:30 PM NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY; However, restaurant experience a definite plus LOOKING TO HIRE EXCELLENT CANDIDATES FOR FRONT AND BACK OF THE HOUSE POSITIONS IN OUR PHOENIX, AZ LOCATION. Come prepared to complete an application and interview, if selected. You may print an application ahead of time at http://www.osf.com/pdf/OSF_hourlyApplication.pdf COME PREPARED TO IMPRESS US WITH HOW MUCH YOU KNOW ABOUT US AND OUR MENU. MENU: http://www.osf.com/menus/ TIPSTER: This is a complicated multi menu venue. The best thing you can do other than dress like you are ready to work right then, is listen to them about impressing them with you knowledge of who, what and why. Knowing the menu = less need for training which equals a real and greater chance of being hired. If you are not willing to give yourself this big advantage, you might want to rethink why you wanted to apply…if you can’t give yourself a good answer other than “I need a job!” then say your time and go onto the next ad…please…they will see this in your lack of prep and they will not be kind to you for wasting their time. ========================================================================= NEED SOME POCKET CHANGE? JULY 4th TEMPE TOWN LAKE EVENT! Want to make some quick cash? 30 positions including cashiers, cooks, prep, backup, mgr trainees. MUST HAVE: FOOD HANDLERS CARD, CELL PHONE, OWN TRANSPORTATION (YOU LIVE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD – LITE RAIL), AND BE IN EXCELLENT HEALTH. Additional part-time work beginning fall season at major events in the valley. REPLY to foodgigs10@aol.com with "CONCESSIONS" in subject box. Include your NAME, PHONE NUMBER, verify the 4 "must have" requirements, briefly tell us what you can do. Please NO RESUMES.
  • 48. Rainforest Cafe - Tempe (Arizona Mills) 5000 S. Arizona Mills Cir #573 Tempe, AZ 85282 - (480) 752-9100 SERVERS BUSSERS HOSTS * Weekends and holidays are required. * Must be available for one week of training. MENU: http://www.singlepage.com/rainforest-cafe/menu?ref=yahoo NEW MANAGEMENT DOESN’T WANT WALK-INS…TOO MANY PEOPLE SHOWED UP UNPREPARED AND WASTED THE MANAGER(S) TIME. SO MUST APPLY ONLINE HERE: http://www.landrysinc.com/careers/staffForm.asp TIPSTER: They want past relevant work experience: (list up to last 3 employers, dates, positions/responsibilities). To get hired (since there is no job description) you better use ONET ONLINE to pad your application with clear breakdown of the skills that they will be looking for. 35-3022.00 COUNTER ATTENDANTS, CAFETERIA, FOOD CONCESSION, AND COFFEE SHOP http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/12/35-3022.00?s=cook 35-9031.00 HOSTS AND HOSTESSES, RESTAURANT, LOUNGE, AND COFFEE SHOP http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/16/35-9031.00?s=cashier%20fast%20food
  • 49. Please join us for a Summer Community Dinner on Wednesday, June 18th at 6:30PM. Executive Chef, Kenny Woods will be creating a four course dinner featuring summer creations of: Gina’s Burrata, Grilled Colorado Rainbow Trout and Braised Tender Belly Pork. R.S.V.P. at 602.324.5600 or in person at North – Arcadia, 4925 N 40th St. Phoenix, Arizona 85018. Seats are limited. Reserve your spot now. Dishwasher positions Entry level & must have evening availability! Line Cook positions 1-2 years’ experience & open availability. TIPSTER: Unless you are a classical trained Baker or a well-seasoned Line Cook then, you need to head over to ONET (http://www.onetonline.org/find/) to get a better idea as to the skills and abilities that these positions require because this employer aren’t talking. Do not get fooled that you can just put anything on your application or just turn in your unrelated resume and get considered. COME PREPARED, CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR APPLICATION http://www.foxrc.com/frcwp/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/FRC-Application-revised-March- 2013.pdf
  • 50. Completely fill out the application, spruce up your "a" game, come over any weekday between 2-4 pm, and impress us by how work-ready you are and how much you know about use and what we do. Impress us enough and you may get the job! 4925 N 40th St. Phoenix, AZ 85018 NOT PREPARED: PLEASE STAY HOME! HINT: The info is available here: http://foxrc.com/company/careers/ It is on "YELP" and in the "NEW TIMES REVIEW SECTIONS." ===================================================================== 5040 - Mill Avenue District Downtown Tempe CLEANING AMBASSADOR $9/hr. At Block by Block, we "hire for personality and train for skills." If you enjoy being outdoors, have an outgoing personality, like to smile and have a sincere desire to help others, apply today to join the winning team at Block by Block. Cleaning Ambassadors will provides a high level of visibility at the street level to carry out a wide variety of tasks to improve the overall appearance of the service district they are assigned to. Screening Requirements: Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check, and Driver’s License. https://apply.smsholdings.com/Application/Page1.aspx =========================================================================== ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/BENEFITS: Health and Dental Insurance - 6 paid Holidays - Paid Vacation - Life Insurance - $20,000 provided free with health care participation. Option to purchase additional at group rates. - 401K - Birthday Pay - Vision insurance - Direct Deposit - Paid Training - Monetary recognition award programs - Referral Bonuses - Weekly Pay ============================================================================ SAFETY AMBASSADOR $11.50/HR. Safety Ambassadors will patrol downtown on foot and/or bike as a deterrent to and being on the lookout for unwanted behavior and activity, while providing information, assistance and directions to downtown workers, residents and visitors. Screening Requirements: Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check, and Driver’s License. https://apply.smsholdings.com/Application/Page1.aspx ============================================================================
  • 51. YOU MUST HAVE ONE GOOD YEAR WORK EXPERIENCE. We are looking to hire experienced reliable, hardworking, clean cut team players with good attitudes and customer service skills. Full and Part time positions available: COUNTER HELP CASHIERS PREP COOK DISHWASHER Please Enquire within, 9-10am or after 2PM only Mon-Fri. (Do NOT show up during lunch!!!) Bring your resume (work history, contact info) with you. Ask for Jay. ========================================================================== OPEN INTERVIEWS Monday - Friday, 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at our Camelback restaurant: 1641 East Camelback Road in Phoenix 521 West McDowell in Phoenix
  • 52. REQUISITION NUMBER 107-COOK As a Cook, you will prepare, cook, handle and store food according to Zoës recipes, quality standards and presentation. You must be able to work in a fast-paced environment! Our fresh, savory food requires people who follow our recipes and quality standards while serving our customers quickly. REQUIREMENTS QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE: • Prior cooking experience strongly preferred • Knowledge of food, including produce, meats, cheeses, sauces, and prepared food • Ability to work well as part of a team • Ability to work efficiently to turn out meals rapidly • Personal cleanliness • Knowledge of inventory management • Ability to handle multiple priorities, often working on several orders at the same time • Understanding of safety practices and correct set up, operation, break down and cleaning of all equipment • Food safety certification, if mandated by state or local law PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS Must possess a keen sense of taste and smell. Position requires prolonged standing, bending, stooping, twisting, and lifting products and supplies weighing 45 pounds, and repetitive hand and wrist motion. WORK CONDITIONS & HOURS Works with hot, cold, and hazardous equipment typical of a restaurant kitchen, including, but not limited to: flattop grill, oven, Panini press, meat slicer, mixer, food processor, dicer, and steam wells. HOURS WILL VARY AND MAY INCLUDE EARLY MORNINGS, LATE EVENINGS, WEEKENDS AND/OR HOLIDAYS. MINI-RULE #4 ALERTS…ARE THESE KEY WORDS- PHRASES INCLUDED IN YOUR KILLER RESUME???? ========================================================================== AMERITEMPS-AZ is hiring motivated candidates for full time and part-time janitorial positions in Chandler Az. We have jobs all over the valley! Work is at the same site each day and night. No traveling across town from one building to another. Training programs. JANITORIAL EXPERIENCE IS NOT NECESSARY. Pay rate starting $8.50 to $10.00 per hour. Please bring two valid Ids' to apply; AMERITEMPS- AZ - 598 N.ARIZONA (AZ AVE AND GALVESTON) CHANDLER, AZ. 85225
  • 53. Wanted : Reliable Lot Attendant You must have a good driving record. Must be able to lift & bend. Must impress us with much they really want the job, how much they know about trucks and their ability to get to work every day! Drive a stick shift properly is a good thing and could be a deal maker or breaker! Please apply at Trucks Only, 3110 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 - ask for Dennis or James IF YOU DON’T REALLY WANT THIS JOB..OR CAN’T BE THERE ON TIME EVERY DAY, PLEASE STAY HOME! ========================================================================== LAST CALL ON THIS SWEET ROOKIE DEAL! - We provide steady work; competitive wages & safe working conditions - ROOKIES START AT $12.00 HR - $15.00 PER HOUR AT 6 MONTHS GUARANTEED ** PASS THE MATH TEST - START AT $13.00/HR. Apply In Person: Monday - Friday 9AM-3PM @ Suntec Concrete, 2221 W. Shangri-La Rd Phoenix, AZ 85029 - (23rd Ave 2 Blocks North of Peoria)
  • 54. These are full time position that requires weekend hours. HIRING ON THE SPOT Capilano Properties Job Fair Hiring for North Phoenix Maintenance Supervisor, and East Valley Maintenance Technicians Friday, June 20th, 2014 9:00am-1pm Vista Valley Clubhouse 922 S. Longmore Mesa, AZ 85202 Coffee and Donuts will be provided DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: •Responding to and completing resident service requests •Ensures excellent customer service to prospective residents and tenants, and promotes a quality living experience for all residents •Service and maintain pools and spas •Unit turns •Painting, electrical, plumbing and drywall repairs http://jobs.capilanoproperties.com/ =================================================== A1 COMMUNICATIONS is now hiring… UTILITY CONSTRUCTION WORKERS Work in the South East Phoenix Valley. You must pass a background check, drug test and have a VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE. Competitive pay/benefits offered. To apply, call our Main Office @ 520-777-3144 =====================================================
  • 55. 3 A.M. start time is critical for operations; don't apply if you are not an early riser. Ralph's Snack Bar is seeking an employee for general warehouse work. Job duties include stocking and receiving, register check out, forklift operations and product pickups and deliveries. Basic computer knowledge is required, forklift experience is desired. Lifting and moving objects up to 30-50lbs. must have a valid Driver License. Apply between 7am to 11:30am at 4501 West Van Buren, Phoenix http://youtu.be/4mMvKh MypOM THEY NEED YOU TO WATCH THIS… THEY WILL ASK… THEY ARE PROUD OF IT! http://www.ralphssnackbar.com /menu.asp Hello, I am Ralph Colella, Founder and President of Ralph’s Snack Bar Mobile Catering. We are a family owned and operated business serving the Phoenix Metropolitan area since 1973. We are a full service catering company. A mobile restaurant that comes to you with freshly prepared food at low prices. We are the largest mobile catering company in the Phoenix Metropolitan area and our fleet of over 75 trucks is always ready to roll, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.
  • 56. Shotcrete Laborer - TEMPE, AZ Job Number: 1014. Pay Rate: $14/HR. Experience Shotcrete/Concrete Laborer who can endure difficult work & long hours. Clean Criminal Background & Fingerprint Clearance Card. http://www.labormax.net/search-jobs/ ========================================================================= Food Production Worker Job Number: 1019. Pay Rate: $8/HR. Entry Level Food Production/Assembly Worker- Food Handler Card Preferred(Not Required) & Reliable Transportation. Full Time (40+Hrs/Wk.) Morning and Evening Shifts. http://www.labormax.net/search-jobs/ ========================================================================== Facilities Housekeeping Job Number: 1013. Pay Rate: $10/HR. Experience in Fast Pace Environment & Working within a Team. Cleaning Experience is a Plus! Extensive Criminal Background Check. http://www.labormax.net/search-jobs/ =========================================================================== Call for Additional Info @ 480-983-3600 Currently Recruiting For the Following Positions: General Labor (MUST be able to perform intensive labor for 7-8 hrs OUTSIDE - trenching, digging, demolition, pipe setting, etc) Landscapers/Greenskeepers (MUST be able to perform intensive labor for 7-8 hrs OUTSIDE - landscape installation, plant removal, trimming, etc) Skilled Tradesmen in the following fields: (Concrete finishers, Drywall, Excavation, Electricians, Plumbers, Carpenters, Welders, Etc) MUST BRING: 1) 2 Valid Forms of ID 2) Resume (If Applicable) 3) Certifications (If Applicable) Please Apply M-F 5AM-12PM - 644 E. Southern Ave #201, Mesa, AZ 85204 (On Southern Ave, East of Mesa Drive)
  • 57. Call Armando to schedule an appointment @ 480-378-6848 Pay will begin at $11/hr. with pay increase after first review. Maricopa Property Services is looking for an Experienced Landscaper in the Phoenix metro area to maintain residential homes. This candidate must have experience with proper pruning/trimming, riding mowers, blowers, and all general landscaping duties. We are also asking for the following: MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE Drive a landscape truck and trailer and provide references. Must have reliable transportation to and from work. Must be a hard worker & the ability to pay attention to detail. THIS IS A PLUS Bilingual is a Plus. Having experience with Irrigation, hardscapes & planting is a plus. ======================================================================== RENT-A-CAR DRIVERS NEEDED!!! Bertha said call her @ 602-687-9439 TO RESERVE YOUR CAR PORTER JOB TODAY! DRIVE FOR A LARGE RENT-A-CAR AGENCY GOOD DRIVING RECORD – AVAILABILITY =================================================== Job Fair: Thursday, June 19th from 10am to 2pm 668 N. 44th St., Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ 85008 (3rd floor of the main building) WE ARE HIRING CABLE TECHNICIANS AND HELPERS! We will be hiring on a first come first serve basis! Please bring two forms of identification (or one) that meets the requirement for E-Verify purposes. Typically the new hire process will take between 1-2 hours. We require pre-employment drug screening, must be able to pass a background check, and have reliable transportation.
  • 58. WHAT DOES “A” GAME MEAN? Your “A” Game means that you prepared for this interview and that starts back at doing the application correctly using RULE # 4 and its formula for getting the full job description (from employer or from ONET), tearing it apart for key words and phrases which then you immigrate into your actual job description to insure that you are covering the skills and abilities that the employer needs (not necessarily what you have done – what you have done is not important if the employer doesn’t want or need. Do not confuse experience, job titles with skills and abilities). Create a narrative utilizing the phrases, words and abilities (that the employer is looking for) so that it is an easy and understandable read. Now transfer this narrative from your application back into your job descriptions on your resume – so now you know what you have? You have a Killer Resume for the job that you are applying for and it perfect matches up with all the skills and abilities that the employer is going to hire. The next step in preparing you “A” Game is to do your homework! You need to invest 10-20-30 or whatever you need to research the following questions: • “Who are they?’ • “What do they do?” • “Why do they do everything the way that they do?” • “Where do I fit into this picture?” (The job you applied for and how well you meet the employer’s standards) It is critical to know enough about the company (not just a fact or two) to be able to carry on an intelligent conversation about the questions above. The first and last question that will be asked is “Tell me what you know about my company?” If the job is a restaurant, then print out and commit to memory the menu. This is critical because the largest part of your training (if hired) is to teach you they menu. If you already know the menu, how much training will you need? Get it now? Dress to your own version of “dress for success” which is for most entry or re-entry jobs going to be AZ Casual (khakis and polo shirt on the formal side or clean jeans and a non-logo Tee- shirt for laborer positions.” Finally, realize that you are now prepared with you “A” GAME, you have assembled an impressive argument(s) as to the fact that you are who/what the employer was looking for. TAKE A DEEP BREATH! The bottom line now, is that the employer now needs you MORE than you need them. If because of this prep, you are the full package, WHY WOULD THEY LET YOU WALK? Why wouldn’t they make an offer? GOOD HUNTING!
  • 59. Full-Time position for Lot Attendant The candidate must have the multiple skills to work for the dealership and perform all the tasks required as listed below. We need an individual to work unsupervised in performing vehicle cleanup (wash, vacuum, detail, minor paint-work). Good MVR. AZ Driver’s License. Over 25yrs old. Please call (480) 970-9060 to apply ====================================================================== IF YOU ARE A CORPORATION WARRIOR OR ANY HIGH-END EXECUTIVE…then, this is a good way to go to your interview, it shows that that you respectful all of the time-tested and traditional values that the corporation embraces. If you are a college kid looking for you first corporate gig, then it is to your benefit to show up looking like this. IF YOU ARE A REAL PERSON LOOKING FOR A REAL JOB…then, this is your version of “Dress for Success.” In many occupations, this would be over dressing and might hinder you in getting a job with a company where “Dress for Success” is blue jeans and a non-logo Tee-Shirt. Do you see the difference? DON’T WEAR A SUIT TO HOME DEPOT! ================================================================= http://www.slideshare.net/fredgwest199 9/12-june-35783291 E-BOOK READ, PRINT AND/OR DOWN LOAD THIS SPECIAL ISSUE… Kindle/Nook/Android capable
  • 60. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS - 2113 S. 48TH ST, STE 108, TEMPE, AZ 85282 JOBS START THIS WEEK AND NEXT!!!! PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE ASAP FOR MORE INFORMATION!! 602-437-3355. JOBS FOR SKILLED AND UNSKILLED LABORERS (East Valley). MUST have RECENT CONSTRUCTION experience with verifiable work history. MUST PASS a background check and drug screen. MUST be reliable and punctual. BRING WITH YOU: IDs ~ WORK REFERENCES (Names & Numbers of previous employers) ~ CERTIFICATIONS (When applicable, i.e. OSHA Cards, Equipment Certs, First Aid). CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, 2113 S. 48TH ST, STE 108, TEMPE, AZ 85282 (SE Corner of 48th St. & Broadway, across from Whataburger) ======================================================================= NEED A PART TIME/FULL TIME JOB??? HAVE A CAR?? WE NEED YOU IMMEDIATELY!!! Ideal candidates must possess the following: Dependable for all shifts. Must be capable of 100% attendance. Must have reliable transportation. Command Center, INC. does not provide transportation, bus pass or reimbursement. GENERAL LABOR – DEMOLITION – RESTORATION - CONSTRUCTION Taking applications Monday through Thursday from 9am to 1pm. COMMAND CENTER, 2810 S 24TH ST #114, PHOENIX AZ 85034 ================================================================= LABORMAX LIKES TO HIRE UMOM CAMPERS! 617 N. Scottsdale Road Suite C Scottsdale, AZ 85257 Call for more info @ 480-947-3077 $12 - $18/HR. ALREADY HIRED UMOM CAMPERS FOR UP TO $18/HR.
  • 61. “I’VE BEEN CLEANING ALL MY LIFE…” MAYBE IT IS TIME TO GET PAID TO DO IT? Every day, someone comes in and starts their conversation with the “Job-A- Ranger” by looking him in the eye and (going on for an extended period of time) in tearing themselves down because they have no professional work history. They are confused by the difference between experience and skills or abilities. They don’t understand that most entry or re-entry level jobs do not require an actual, professional work history. 17 JUNE TUESDAY 2014
  • 62. This is why they are entry level jobs. The employers are looking not for a trained pro. The employers are looking for someone who has the basic skills, abilities and desire to learn to become a professional. With this type of job, the employer is looking mostly for availability and a desire to work for their company and that you want to do a specific job. In the world of entry or re-entry jobs experience is many times a negative. This is a world where it is more important that you know how to ride a bicycle instead of where or when you learned to ride. Every time your natural skills and abilities are enough to get you a job. If you add to that open availability and a desire to do the job that you applied for you are a dream applicant to that employer. The standard response that the “Job-A-Ranger” gets back is “BUT…I don’t have any skills because “I have been a stay-out home parent!” The truth is that for many occupations, a stay-at-home parent would (almost) be considered over qualified because they have been doing the actual work for “all their life!” The idea is to grasp that concept and learn how to communicate with the employer. No more than you would want to be speaking Polish to an employer who is speaking English; you don’t want to be talking experience when the employer is speaking skills and abilities. If the employer and you are speaking the same language, then your chances of getting hired will greatly improve. Basic skills in the cleaning industry are (these skills help get you hired) Do you (have you) know how to mop a floor? Can you run a vacuum cleaner? Do you know how to sweep the kitchen floor? Do you know how to wax a floor? Do you (have you) know how to dust? Do you know how clean windows? Do you know how to clean a mirror? Do you (have you) know how to wash a dish? Do you know how to clean pots and pans? Do you (have you) know how to clean your own room? Do you know how to make a bed? Do you know how to wash sheets and towels? Do you know of to fold sheets? If you answered the majority of these questions with “yes” then, you are (almost) over qualified to be in the cleaning industry. The question of “IF” you get hired will have nothing to do with your skill set. The reason will come down to: Availability or your lack of availability to work the days and/or hours that they employer needs you to work.
  • 63. Motivation or your lack of interest in the employer’s company and/or the specific job that you applied for. If you come across as this is your job of last resort or that you don’t like this type of work or that you will take this until you get a better offer. If you follow the simple program of the Used Job Shack, do your homework and take your “A” Game with you to their interview, then you stand a good chance of getting that job. THE CLEANING INDUSTRY The cleaning industry ranges from taking care or cleaning someone’s home to cleaning 12-14 hotel rooms per day to cleaning large corporate offices and all the way to wearing a “bunny suit” to clean manufacturing clean rooms. The salaries can range from minimum wage to $24+/HR. This is an industry where you can start your own business; you can work PT/FT or select the hours that you want to work. The opportunities are there to work where you feel most comfortable, be it cleaning at a school to dusting the Governor’s Office (even the White House has a cleaning crew…think the President washes his own sheets and bedspread? THE HOME COMPANION SHOPING GUIDE TO WORKING IN THE CLEANING INDUSTRY There are a few big dogs in this market, some mutts and quite a few puppies. Many large companies run their own cleaning crews (like the hotels/motels/resorts) while others hire smaller companies to do the work for them. • If you are interested in working for a large company doing janitorial or maintenance work, see if they are running help wanted ads. • If they are running ads then all you need is “RULE NUMBER FOUR” to help you assemble an application that will get you past the computer gate keeper and into an interview. • If they aren’t or don’t run ads then that means that they contract the work out to a smaller company. • If they contract the work out, it is easy to find out who that company is by calling the business office and asking them just that (now you know who to contact). • If the company is small, don’t waste time sending your killer resume out to every cleaning company this side of the Mississippi, they won’t (for the most part) even read it any more than you read the junk mail that you get in the mail. The key here is to go local and to go “OLD SCHOOL..”
  • 64. This means that you need to go to www.yellowpages.com to generate a list of all the cleaning companies within 5-10 miles of where you live or want to live. Use this list to research each company to find out who they are and how do they hire. Most times, the easiest, directress and the simplest solution is to spruce yourself up to look like you are on your way to work, do your homework so that you can have an intelligent conversation about their business (or industry), put on your walking shoes and go out and start knocking on doors. This is very effective because most of these small companies don’t have the money nor the time to run an ad except as a desperate, last measure. Here Old Lady Luck can and will be your friend. You may will find yourself at the right place, at the right time, saying the right thing to the right person and get the job. Couldn’t hurt could it? The key concept here is to get yourself out and in front of as many people (face-to-face) as you can within this industry or who are somewhere in the food chain of making a hiring decision. No one has ever been hired by resume or application alone. The resume/application is a prop to get attention that you hope will lead to an interview. Why not cut out the middle steps and go out and get yourself in direct contact with a person who can hire you? Cut out all of the middle men (people) and the great thing with these small cleaning companies is that you can do just that – if you try. So welcome to our first attempt to help you out and we thought that we would assist you at the other end of the industry by assembling a sundry collection of ads from the larger companies.
  • 65. THE GREAT CLEANING JOB SEARCH – PHOENIX WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ ========================================================================= Applications are only accepted in our office from 9:00AM to 4:00PM; Monday thru Friday - Walk ins are welcome, it is not necessary to call the office before going to apply - When you come in to apply bring in your valid driver's license and your social security card at time of application - Interviews are done after completing the applications. Feel free to also call the office with any questions (480) 857- 4045. WALK INS ARE WELCOME. • This is a full time position: 38+/- hours per week • Hours are 7:30 AM to work completion • Valid driver's license and clean driving record • A reliable means of transportation at work every day with insurance • Must be able to communicate with customers • Ability to pass a background check for Bonding We Offer: Monday - Friday Paid Holidays after 6 months Paid Vacation after 1 year Health Benefits are available after 6 months 401K after 6 months is available. 610 N. Alma School Rd #44 Chandler, AZ 85224 480-857
  • 66. Professional Housecleaner Location: AZ-Phoenix, 85024 Professional Housecleaner Location: AZ-Chandler, 85224 Professional Housecleaner Location: AZ-Glendale, 85306 Professional Housecleaner Location: AZ-Avondale, 85323 Description: The Cleaning Authority is looking for positive, enthusiastic individuals to join our team. Over 95% of our Managers started out as Professional Housecleaners and followed our Career Opportunity Path to achieve their career goals. Become part of North America’s leading residential cleaning service by applying today! http://www.thecleaningauthority.com/JobsSearch.aspx ========================================================================= Come in and apply at 4929 W. McDowell Rd. SHUTTLE VAN DRIVER La Quinta Inns & Suites - Job Code : 113568786 Assist guests by lifting and carrying guest baggage on and off the shuttle van as needed.Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must have a clean driving record and a valid, current, and non-probationary driver’s license. Must be flexible in hours and days worked. https://lq.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/1970/Shuttle-Van-DriverPhoenix-AZ ============================================== PT NIGHT AUDITOR/FRONT DESK La Quinta Inns & Suites - Phoenix AZ US 85382 Job Code : 163770162. $10 To $10.5/HR. This position is responsible for conducting all nightly audit-related duties while providing guest service at the hotel’s front desk. Audit responsibilities include nightly balancing duties, daily paperwork and shift reports. While completing these duties, the Night Auditor will attend to guest needs such as guest check- in/check-outs, reservations, PBX and attending to guest questions and needs. This position also sets up the breakfast area each morning according to the La Quinta standards. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be flexible in hours and days worked. https://lq.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3221/Night-Auditor-Front-DeskPhoenix-AZ
  • 67. VAN DRIVER/ HOUSEMAN AM, PM, OVERNIGHT $9 PER HOUR 22-38 HOURS PER WEEK La Quinta Inns & Suites - Phoenix AZ US 85009 Job Code : 171397445. $9 To $9/HR. Assist guests by lifting and carrying guest baggage on and off the shuttle van as needed. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must have a clean driving record and a valid, current, and non-probationary driver’s license. Must be flexible in hours and days worked. https://lq.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3637/Van-Driver-Houseman-AM-PM-Overnight-per- hour-hours-per-weekPhoenix-AZ =============================================== MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN La Quinta Inns & Suites - Phoenix AZ US 85023 Job Code : 171429613. $11 To $15/HR. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. At least 1 year of related general repair experience preferred. Must be flexible in hours and days worked. Must have basic working knowledge of plumbing, painting, HVAC, electrical, and/or other general repair skills. https://lq.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3646/Maintenance-TechnicianPhoenix-AZ ================================================ VAN DRIVER/ HOUSEMAN $9 PER HOUR 2-10PM AND OVERNIGHT La Quinta Inns & Suites - Phoenix AZ US 85009 Job Code : 171655949. $9/HR. Assist guests by lifting and carrying guest baggage on and off the shuttle van as needed. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must have a clean driving record and a valid, current, and non-probationary driver’s license. Must be flexible in hours and days worked. https://lq.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/3661/Van-Driver-Houseman-per-hour-pm-and- OvernightPhoenix-AZ ============================================================================= WHO ARE WE? http://www.interstatehotels.com/ careers/who-we-are/ Hilton Phoenix Airport, 2435 S 47th St. Phoenix AZ 85024
  • 68. http://jobs.interstatehotels.com/search?q=&filter=true&locale=en_US&location=phoenix WHO ARE WE? http://www.interstatehotels.com/careers/who-we-are/ Houseperson - Phoenix Marriott Tempe Hours Required: Scheduled days and times may vary based on needs. No formal education needed. Experience: Prior housekeeping experience desirable. The Phoenix Marriott Buttes is currently looking for a Housekeeping Houseperson to join our team! We have a great benefit and compensation package including cash incentives, Marriott and Interstate hotel discounts, F&B discounts, discounted associate meal program, free bus cards, awards and recognition programs, vacation, sick and holiday pay, 401(k), health insurance and more! http://www.interstatehotels.com/careers/apply-now/ ======================================================================== Houseperson - Hyatt Place Phoenix/Chandler Fashion Center GRAND OPENING Hotel Opening in August 2014. Estimated start date between August 4th and August 11th. Must be willing to work holidays and weekends. The Houseperson is responsible for: ensuring the cleanliness of guest floor corridors, foyers, stairwells, and public areas; assisting housekeepers in maintaining IHR's high standards of quality; stocking linen closets with amenities and supplies; and emptying housekeeping carts. This position requires the ability to lift, bend, move heavy equipment and remain on one's feet for extended periods of time. http://www.interstatehotels.com/careers/apply-now/ =========================================================================
  • 69. WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ Laundry Attendant - Hyatt Place Phoenix/Chandler Fashion Center Hotel Opening in August 2014. Estimated start date between August 4th and August 11th. Must be willing to work holidays and weekends. The Laundry Attendant is responsible for: maintaining housekeeping and customer service standards; ensures that towels, sheets and linens are cleaned, and ironed properly; and maintains the cleanliness of the laundry room. Requirements of the position include: the ability to lift, bend, move heavy equipment and remain on one's feet for extended periods of time. Must be willing to work holidays and weekends. http://www.interstatehotels.com/careers/apply-now/ =============================================================================== Security Officer - Hilton Phoenix Airport, AZ The successful candidate will work the 11:30pm to 6am shift 6 nights per week. Must be able to work weekends and holidays. Criminal background clearance will need to occur pre-hire. Security Officer is responsible for: insuring a safe environment for IHR guests and associates; patrolling; documenting; reporting; and following-up on safety and security hazards or infractions. This individual may also be required to carry out more general guest service tasks, such as delivering items to guests rooms. A Security officer must demonstrate the ability to remain calm in emergencies, and balance excellent guest and associate relations skills with safety and security. http://www.interstatehotels.com/careers/apply-now/
  • 70. Dishwasher Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes Full time position. Must be available to work holidays and weekends. Steward is a member of the Food & Beverage team. S/he provides cooks and food servers with clean cooking utensils and serviceware for the guests' dining experience as well as performing general and routine cleaning tasks. Requirements include: knowledge and maintenance of serviceware; Basic English language communication skills; and the ability to lift and move heavy equipment on a continuous basis throughout the shift. http://jobs.interstatehotels.com/job/Tempe-Dishwasher-Phoenix-Marriott-Tempe-at-The- Buttes-Job-AZ-85280/59499500/ TIPSTER: ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ON LINE. Following the completion of an on-line application, applicants MUST visit us for walk in prescreening interviews on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 am - 3:00 pm in the Employment Office at the back of the resort, near the loading dock. We are located at 2000 Westcourt Way, in Tempe off of 48th Street, south of Broadway. Cook - Phoenix Marriott Tempe at the Buttes Line cook is a member of the Food & Beverage Team. S/he is responsible for: preparation of food "to order" for the hotel restaurant; ensures consistent quality; and follows IHR's Standard Operating Procedures and Food Safety procedures. This individual is required to be detailed oriented; works well in a team environment and enjoys serving customers in a positive, friendly and courteous manner. We have a great benefit and compensation package including Marriott and Interstate hotel discounts, F&B discounts, discounted associate meal program, free bus cards, awards and recognition programs, vacation, sick and holiday pay, 401(k), health insurance and more! http://jobs.interstatehotels.com/job/Tempe-Line-Cook-Phoenix-Marriott-Tempe-at-The-Buttes- Job-AZ-85280/59500600/ TIPSTER: ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ON LINE. Following the completion of an on-line application, applicants MUST visit us for walk in prescreening interviews on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 am - 3:00 pm in the Employment Office at the back of the resort, near the loading dock. We are located at 2000 Westcourt Way, in Tempe off of 48th Street, south of Broadway.
  • 71. WARNING! THIS IS A RULE NUMBER 4 ALERT YOU WILL NEED OUR OLD FRIEND ONET TO FILL OUT THESE APPLICATIONS. FAILURE TO USE ONET WILL RESULT IN FAILURE TO GET CALLED FOR INTERVIEW, LEAD TO DISAPPOINTMENT, CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENT AND A LESSOR PAYING DEAD-END JOB. http://www.onetonline.org/ =============================================================================== http://emerituscareers.com/arizona/hospitality-tourism-all- openings/jobid4870763-housekeeper-jobs Chris Ridge: HOUSEKEEPER Requisition ID: 2014-31455-1 6250 North 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015 As a Housekeeper, you'll maintain assigned areas in an orderly and attractive manner, ensuring that the highest degree of cleanliness and sanitation is maintained at all times. Other responsibilities include submitting maintenance work orders to the maintenance team as needed, taking initiative to ensure resident safety and satisfaction is a priority, interacting with residents and visitors in a friendly manner while also providing customer service. Qualifications: One year related experience in a similar environment with on-the-job training preferred. Emeritus at Chandler 1919 West Carla Vista Drive, Chandler, AZ 85224 Housekeeper/Laundry As a Housekeeper/Laundry, you'll maintain assigned areas in an orderly and attractive manner, ensuring that the highest degree of cleanliness and sanitation is maintained at all times. Other responsibilities include submitting maintenance work orders to the maintenance team as needed, taking initiative to ensure resident safety and satisfaction is
  • 72. a priority, interacting with residents and visitors in a friendly manner while also providing customer service. Qualifications: One year related experience in a similar environment with on- the-job training preferred. Compassion for and desire to work with the elderly. Must meet all health requirements, including TB, and pass background checks. https://jobs-emeritus.icims.com/jobs/31894/housekeeper-laundry/job ==================================================================================== Emeritus at Chandler 1919 West Carla Vista Drive, Chandler, AZ 85224 Part-Time Cook As a Part-Time Cook, you'll help to maintain a positive physical and social environment for our residents. Working closely with our Dining Services Director, you'll be responsible for the Community's food ordering, preparation, and delivery as well as kitchen sanitation. Tasks in this role include ensuring food is prepared in a nutritional and appetizing fashion, maintaining supplies and equipment, and providing excellent customer service to both internal and external customers. Must be formally trained in the culinary arts, or have equivalent experience in the culinary arts. Obtain Food Handlers Permit (as required by state regulations). Must meet all health requirements, including TB, and pass background checks. https://jobs-emeritus.icims.com/jobs/31375/part-time-cook/job ========================================================== SANCTUARY CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN 5700 East McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona 85253 - http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com Housekeeping AM Houseperson Specific Shift Start/End Times: 8:00am - 4:30pm, Sunday's 8:30am-5pm, Weekends and holidays. Assist with duties of the Housekeeping Department by ensuring room attendants have sufficient linen in closets and laundry attendants receive linen to be laundered in timely fashion. http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/housekeeping-am- houseperson/job/4571815 ============================================================================= MUST WATCH VIDEO: http://youtu.be/qmA97CEloR8 Sanctuary boasts accolades such as the 'Top Resort in the United States' by Condé Nast Magazine (2006), and Condé Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence: 'Best in Design' and 'Best in Service,' and 'The Most Excellent Spa' (2007). ==========================================================================================
  • 73. PM TURNDOWN ATTENDANT Specific Shift Start/End Times: 3:30pm-12:00am or 4:30pm-12:00am. Clean, stock, and provide turn down service for guest rooms to ensure cleanliness and guest satisfaction while caring enough to do it well by adhering to the Sanctuary Commitments. http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/housekeeping-turndown-attendant/job/4565851 ADDITIONAL OPENINGS: AM Host(ess) Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/am-host-ess/job/4615746 Barback Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/barback/job/4616369 Boutique Associate - PT Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/barback/job/4616369 Golf Cart Mechanic Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/golf-cart-mechanic/job/4539658 Groundskeeper Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/groundskeeper/job/4622420 Kitchen Steward Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/groundskeeper/job/4622420 Massage Therapist Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/massage-therapist/job/4637111 Pantry II - Cafeteria Cook Paradise Valley http://jobs.sanctuaryoncamelback.com/pantry-ii-cafeteria-cook/job/4519266 ===================================================================================== Part Time Leasing Professional - Tempe, Arizona Must be willing to work flexible hours/days/weekends. There is no previous property management experience required, however, sales experience and/or a customer service background is desirable. A high school education or equivalent is required (college hours preferred). http://careers.lincolnapts.com/jobs/6208856/part-time-leasing-professional ========================================================================= Housekeeper-FT-Phoenix Hours are 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday. The primary purpose of this job position is to maintain assigned areas in a clean, sanitary, safe, orderly, attractive manner in accordance with established procedures, and as directed by your supervisor to ensure the highest degree of cleanliness and sanitation is maintained at all times. Cleans resident apartments and common areas, based on the guidelines and schedule determined by the Housekeeping Supervisors. http://christiancare.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-466185.html
  • 74. Dishwasher-FT-Brown & CenterFull Time Mesa, AZ Dishwasher-FT-Phoenix/Assisted Living Phoenix, AZ http://christiancare.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php Certified Caregiver-FT-Brown & Center Mesa, AZ Certified Caregiver-OnCall/Pool-Brown Mesa, AZ Certified Caregiver-PT-Brown & Center Mesa, AZ Certified Caregiver-Temp/On-Call-Mesa Mesa, AZ Certified Nursing Assistant-Temp-Home Phoenix, AZ http://christiancare.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php Security Officer-FT-Phoenix Full Time Phoenix, AZ Security Officer-On-Call-Phoenix On Call Phoenix, AZ http://christiancare.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php Waitstaff-FT-Brown & Center Full Time Mesa, AZ Waitstaff-FT-Mesa Main Full Time Mesa, AZ Waitstaff-PT-Brown & Center Full Time Mesa, AZ Waitstaff-PT-Mesa Main Part Time Mesa, AZ http://christiancare.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php SANITATION/PALLET MASTER TOLLESON Lift and carry warehouse products packaged in bulk or in broken cases that will weigh between 30 lbs. and 60 lbs. on a daily basis. A minimum of 1 year of stand-up forklift experience. REMEMBER: LACK OF EXPERIENCE DOES NOT MEAN THAT SKILLS ARE NOT REQUIRED (Maybe a lot). Read the full job description and supplement with both the warehouse and janitor job descriptions that are posted on ONET. http://careers.americold.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=75019.viewjobdetail&CID=75019&JID=16 0169&&cfcend
  • 75. http://jobs.walgreens.com 3605 E THOMAS RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85018 (602)275-7507 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - APPLY FOR FUTURE OPENING Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs 1616 E THOMAS RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85016 (602)263-8307-3769 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - Apply Now Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs 4111 N 24TH ST. PHOENIX, AZ 85016 (602)381-0696-4722 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - Apply Now Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs 4134 N 44TH ST. PHOENIX, AZ 85018 (602)954-9119 5938 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - Apply Now Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs 705 E MCDOWELL RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85006 (602)258-4865 5893 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - Apply Now Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs APPLYNOW = CURRENT OPENING - ACCEPTING APPLICATION: NO CURRENT OPENINGS
  • 76. 5625 E THOMAS RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85018 (480)949-0302 3087 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - Apply Now Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs 3402 N CENTRAL AVE. PHOENIX, AZ 85012 (602)265-4781 3464 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - APPLY FOR FUTURE OPENING Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs 301 W JEFFERSON ST. PHOENIX, AZ 85003 4.02 miles Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - Apply Now Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs 710 E CAMELBACK RD. PHOENIX, AZ 85014 (602)266-3715 6527 Cosmetics - Apply Now Customer Service Associate - Apply Now Photo Specialist - Apply Now http://jobs.walgreens.com/arizona-jobs TIPSTER: Really want any of these jobs and want to start work SOON, they you need an Old School Approach. You need to take your time to do the online application neatly and correctly. If you are not using ONET Online then you will not make it pass the gate keeper and we need not trouble you with the reminder about getting over to the store to introduce yourself. DO YOUR HOMEWORK, wear clean clothes and take your best personality with you. HOMEWORK = I know who they are, what they do and why they are successful. I will have applied for ONLY one position and at the closest store to where I live. =========================================================================== City of Surprise 15930 N. Bullard Avenue, Surprise, AZ 85374, Arizona http://agency.governmentjobs.com/surprise/
  • 77. APPLY HERE: www.shos.com Warehouse Associate (Part Time) - Sears Outlet Stores - Phoenix, AZ Req Number: 1264893. The Merchandise Processor is responsible for ensuring effective movement and management of inventory between the dock, testing, cleaning, sales floor, Product Repair Services (PRS), Customer pickup and delivery. This role ensures the thorough inspection and shipping of merchandise, managing inventory flow. ========================================================================= Job Title: Housekeeper - Chandler Requisition Number: 14-4283. High School Diploma or equivalent. If you have a passion for creating a clean and inviting environment in areas where individuals live and work, then Alliance is the right place for you. By utilizing current cleaning skills, the Housekeeper will apply techniques to portray a luxurious and inviting community. Come join our team and make a difference! https://www1.apply2jobs.com/allianceresidential/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.sh owJob&RID=4283&CurrentPage=1 =========================================================================================== Porter - Vaseo - Phoenix Requisition Number: 14-3855. Basic knowledge of BBQ grills, ladders, and equipment functions. Work Hours: Tue-Sat 8-5. If you possess technical and mechanical skills and eventually see yourself maintaining a luxury property in the future, then Alliance is the right place for you. https://www1.apply2jobs.com/allianceresidential/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=3855&Curre ntPage=1
  • 78. Housekeeping Inspector - Palomar Phoenix Palomar Phoenix2 East Jefferson Phoenix, AZ, US 85004. To inspect and maintain the cleanliness and physical condition of the hotel guest rooms, meeting rooms, hallways and public areas. A high school diploma and one or more years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. http://careers.kimptonhotels.com/jobsearch.html Public Area Attendant - Palomar Phoenix Less than high school education; or up to six months related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Clean, dust, wax, scrub, polish and service guest rooms daily in accordance with hotel procedures. ======================================================================= http://www.abrazohealth.com/home.aspx Sitter - Paradise Valley Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona Job ID: 497047. Provides patient care ensuring a safe environment to avoid risk of harming themselves or others. Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalency GED. http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/979270-Sitter.aspx
  • 79. Sitter West Valley Hospital - Goodyear, AZ Job ID: 855557. Provides patient care ensuring a safe environment to avoid risk of harming themselves or others. Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalency GED... http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/977408-Sitter.aspx ========================================================================== Security Officer- Paradise Valley Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona High School Diploma or GED. Provides hospital security services for patients, employees and visitors. Protects entity buildings, assets and premises as assigned. Ensures the safety and security of all patients, staff, visitors and property. Patrols the parking lots, external grounds and the interior of the facility. Secures entrance and other designated spaces after hours. Makes rounds in the Central Plant after hours and checks the boiler as required by state mandates. Assists staff, patients and visitors with on-site vehicular problems. Assists medical staff with patient restraints as needed. Collects, logs and disburses patient valuables and lost and found items. Complete Security Incident Reports as required. Interfaces with the Police and Fire Departments and responds to all emergency situations as needed or directed by policies and procedures. Assists with helicopter landings of patients and medical staff. High School Diploma or GED. PT Security Officer - Paradise Valley Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona Job ID: 426014.Part Time Shift: Weekend Shift. http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/990648-Security-Officer.aspx PT Security Officer- Paradise Valley Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona Job ID: 106743. Part Time - Shift: Weekend Shift. http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/990647-Security-Officer.aspx Security Officer - Maryvale Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona Job ID: 721917. Schedule: Pool/PRN - Shift: Varied Shifts http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/957325-Security-Officer.aspx Env Services TechHigh school or equivalent. Previous housekeeping experience in a healthcare environment. Provides environmental cleaning services. Responsible to maintain the facility in a sanitary, neat, attractive and safe condition at all times. Responsible to handle multiple needs and priorities as they arise while still maintaining the highest level of customer service. High school or equivalent. Previous housekeeping experience in a healthcare environment.
  • 80. Env Services Tech - Phoenix Baptist Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona Job ID: 603714 - Pool/PRN - Shift: Varied Shifts http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/980850-Env-Services-Tech.aspx Env Services Tech - Arizona Heart Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona Job ID: 309871 - Full Time - Shift: Night Shift http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/979119-Env-Services-Tech.aspx Environmental Services Tech - Arrowhead Hospital - Glendale, Arizona Job ID: 687750. Pool/PRN - Shift: Varied Shifts http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/968747-Environmental-Services-Tech.aspx Environmental Services Tech - Arrowhead Hospital - Glendale, Arizona Job ID: 374907. Full Time - Shift: Night Shift http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/968746-Environmental-Services-Tech.aspx Env Services Tech - Phoenix Baptist Hospital - Phoenix, Arizona Job ID: 492678. Pool/PRN - Shift: Evening Shift http://jobs.abrazohealth.com/jobs/924554-Env-Services-Tech.aspx ============================================================================ 1800 E. Van Buren Street, Phoenix, AZ 85006 St. Luke’s Medical Center St. Luke’s Medical Center has provided Phoenix with 100 years of expert healthcare. Over the years, it has become a premier medical center, known for its pioneering work in the fields of cardiac medicine, robotic surgery, orthopedics and bariatric procedures. http://jobs.stlukesmedcenter.com/ ========================================================================== Deli Clerk - Scottsdale $9.00 - 11.00. Temp-to-perm. processes customer orders in an efficient, accurate, and courteous manner, prepares, slices, wraps, boxes and displays deli products and makes sure the deli department is clean, well-merchandised, colorful and inviting. Applicants for this position must be at least 18 years old.
  • 81. E-Mail work history and less than 250 character reason why you are the perfect candidate. Points are given for creativity and coolness. Remember no more than 250 characters! Send to: karina.croxton@staffmark.com allrecruiters@staffmark.com If you want to speed up the process apply online and read the tipster below...it gives you a vitual clue on "WHO" they are going to hire! http://www.staffmark.com/jobSearch/jobSearchView.asp?jobID=23073&catID=34 TIPSTER: Ability to: Food handler permit required * Remain helpful, tactful and courteous at all times. * Work quickly and efficiently, sometimes with little direction, to accomplish assigned duties. * Add, subtract, divide, multiply and perform other basic business math calculations. * Learn to use register, scales, scanners and debit/credit terminals. * Learn to use UPC codes, store signage, and learn and memorize various register keys and codes. * Read UPC codes, product labels, shelf signage, register forms, and posted company policies/procedures. * Learn a wide variety of deli products, including the ingredients that go into those products. * Be dexterous enough with hands and fingers so as to be able to use necessary equipment, including knives, slicers, burners, ovens, fryers and rotisseries. * Communicate openly and professionally through appropriate body language, facial expressions and speech. * Listen to and understand verbal and non-verbal communication of customers and fellow members. * Stand for long periods of time, bend and twist, and frequently lift and/or maneuver merchandise and supplies. * Lift and maneuver 50 lbs. * Work in walk-in coolers and freezers. * Work with deli ingredients including various meat items, vegetables and fruits, spices, nuts, flavorings, sauces and oils. Include: * A natural desire to greet, engage and sincerely thank the customer * An outstanding work ethic and a desire to constantly improve one's work performance. * Ability to work well with other, helping to support each team member's effort to succeed. * Ability to be flexible, adapting to new jobs, schedules, team members, programs, policies and procedures. * Ability to think through one's decisions, solving problems and coming up with solutions. * Desire to learn new products and new recipes. * A love of foods and a creative nature. ====================================================================== SBM has an immediate opening for a Custodian at our facility in Phoenix, AZ. The starting range of pay for this position is $8.00 - $8.50 per hour. As a member of the custodial team, you will be responsible for keeping assigned areas in clean and orderly condition, and will need to work successfully with fellow employees & others. Must be able to pass a pre-employment background screening and drug test. Must be able to work first shift, specific hours will vary. For more information about SBM Site Services, please visit our website at www.sbmmanagement.com http://www.pcrecruiter.net/pcrbin/regmenu.exe?uid=sbmcorp.searchgroupsbmcorp
  • 82. We are looking for hardworking individuals that will enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. We are in need of both men and women as there are a variety of positions available. Must be available to work anytime. We work around the schedule of the events... You must be able to commit to the schedule (if you don't think you can commit, you need not apply). BACKGROUND CHECKS. APPLY IN PERSON AT 430 N. 47TH AVE. Phoenix, AZ 85043. Bring all necessary information to complete an employment application as well as documentation to complete the hiring process. =================================== STILL HIRING…STILL HAVE 100’S OF OPENINGS…STILL A CHANCE! With more than 300+ offices located throughout the country, a job as a janitor, cashier, security officer or building engineer is available right around the corner from where you live. To inquire about great cleaning jobs near you, use our Office Locator below to find an office location and hours to apply in person. ABM EMPLOYS MORE THAN 100,000 PEOPLE IN HOURLY SERVICE POSITIONS We are always accepting applications for janitorial maintenance, landscaping gardeners, security guards, parking attendants, shuttle drivers and building engineers. TIPSTER: SPOILER ALERT! Campers! Apply ONLY online and you may be as old as Uncle Bob before they call you in for an interview? Like HMSHOST, they receive so many applications because they are a national (and one of the largest) facilities management company. RULE # 4 is critical here to a point but, there is still an extra step that you must do to actually get an interview. You must attend one of their occasional job fairs or (better yet and they tell you to do this very thing!) GO INTO ONE OF THEIR LOCAL OFFICES and introduce yourself. REMEMBER THE CONCEPT OF MAKING YOURSELF A SERIOUS CANDIDATE?
  • 83. Remember how HMSHOST tells you to apply online but NEVER pulls applications until after you have tracked down their HR Office and impress them with your “A” Game and show them that you are ready to go to work – only then, do they pull your applicant off their computer. Remember why? Because till you did that, you were not a serious candidate in their mind and if you are not serious then they do not need to waste their time with you…they have far too many people applying to care. OK, campers! Ditto here! Till you show up and their office totally serious and prepared they more than likely not call you. Rule #4 helps and when they do pull your application, it will be a deal maker because your application will be what they are looking for – if you did Rule #4 correctly. ========================================================== APPLY ONLINE THEN, SPRUCE UP YOUR “A” GAME AND MAKE A BEE-LINE TO THE NEAREST ABM OFFICE! THERE ARE 7 OFFICES IN YOUR AREA. A. Sky Harbor International Airport Terminal 4, Level 1, Door 7, Phoenix, AZ 85034 B. 642B N. 17th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007 C. 2632 W Medtronic Way, Tempe, AZ 85281 D. 2320 E. Jones Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85040 E. 4745 N. 7th Street Ste. 102, Phoenix, AZ 85014 F. 4000 N. Central Ave. Ste. 1750, Phoenix, AZ 85012 G. 3602 E Southern Ave 1 & 2, Phoenix, AZ 85040 Many of their jobs pay very well and they always have a large number of openings. Your background MAY be an issue as many of their locations are in schools, government offices, businesses or large factories. Their job description(s) are fairly good at telling you if you should apply or not. The concept is that if they do not say anything, apply and roll the dice…DO NOT ASSUME YOU KNOW…If you go over there with you “A” Game and you have done your job correctly in frontloading the conversation with your skills (THAT MATCHES WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR) and got them wanting you…Betcha you will not need 100% to pass their check…maybe, you can slide in with a 69% or they will try to find something for you? Remember that they are a billion dollar corporation with 100,000 employees. HIRED? - ONLY if you did your job! ===============================================================
  • 84. START HERE: https://abm.tms.hrdepartment.com/cgi- bin/a/searchjobs_quick.cgi =============================================================== THIS SHOULD GET YOU STARTED. https://abm.tms.hrdepartment.com/cgi-bin/a/searchjobs_quick.cgi THIS IS CRITICAL (ACCORDING TO THEM) DO YOU KNOW OUR VALUES? http://www.abm.com/pages/our-company.aspx ============================================================= I FOUND MY NEW JOB ONLINE AT THE AUNTIE SUE & UNCLE BOB USED JOB SHACK’S NEW WEBSITE! http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Auntie-Sue-Uncle-Bobs-USED-4550443?trk=my_groups-b-grp-v USE “SEARCH” TO SEE ALL THE JOBS IF NOT A MEMBER. NOTICE OF OWNERSHIP: The Used Job Shack is privately owned and operated by WWWG Productions Ltd. and as such all rights are restricted to approved usage as approved by WWWG Production Ltd. Most usage is allowed for assisting job seekers find employment. Any rebranding and/or republishing of material either from printed, e-book or job board (without credit to The Auntie Sue & Uncle Bob Job Shack) is not allowed without approval by WWWG Productions Ltd. Likewise any usage of the terms: “Used Job Shack,” “Tipster,” “Used Job Shack Insider” is restricted as they are the sole property and registered trademarks of WWWG Productions Ltd in Thailand and by extension in the United States by existing trade agreements between the Kingdom of Thailand and the United States. These publications are covered also under The International Treaty on Copyright in 1992 and extended under the 2012 United State law on electronic property rights. - Dr. Siene LaGone, General Manager, WWWG Productions Ltd. =========================================================================
  • 85. WELCOME TO THE FIRST BUT, I STAYED HOME AND TOOK CARE OF MY KIDS…I HAVE NO EXPERIENCE! Every day someone comes in says that they don’t have any skills; no marketable abilities and no experience because they stayed home and took care of their children. This is the most incorrect statement of 2014 (or any year) because it is so very far away from being true. The truth is that they are over qualified for many of the jobs that they (usually because this is what they have years of experience doing) most want to do caregiving, cleaning or cooking. In the entry level(s) of these trades, they are seasoned professionals not in some made up or clever re-wording of housewife (husband) but in ONET ONLINE (Labor Department) professional job descriptions: MOST INCORRECT STATEMENT OF 2014
  • 86. Residential Cleaner – 37-2012.00 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/37-2012.00?s=housekeeper Residential Caregiver – 39-9021.00 Personal Care Aides http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/39-9021.00?s=housekeeper 31-1011.00 Home Health Aides http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/20/31-1011.00?s=residential 39-9011.00 Childcare Workers http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/11/39-9011.00?s=housekeeper 39-9011.01 Nannies http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/12/39-9011.01?s=housekeeper Residential Cook - 35-2013.00 COOKS, PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/7/35-2013.00?s=cook 35-3041.00 FOOD SERVERS, NONRESTAURANT http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/13/35-3041.00?s=cook ======================================================== WITHIN THESE 5-6 PAGE JOB DESCRIPTIONS… With each job description is a breakdown of the skills, abilities that these “STAY- AT-HOMER” have amassed in the years that they spent in perfecting their skillset(s). ONET ONLINE is a great resource to start with, as you try to assemble an application (resume) because it helps them realize the true extent of their skills and abilities. As ONET ONLINE (the Labor Department) classifies each of these as professional jobs, there are no gaps in their work history because they stayed home. When properly showcased and illustrated, these are NOT made up work histories and they are readily accepted by the vast majority of the America’s Fortune 500 companies.
  • 87. http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/37-2012.00?s=housekeeper Summary Report for: 37-2012.00 – Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners Perform any combination of light cleaning duties to maintain private households or commercial establishments, such as hotels and hospitals, in a clean and orderly manner. Duties may include making beds, replenishing linens, cleaning rooms and halls, and vacuuming. Sample of reported job titles: Breakfast and Room Attendant, Cottage Attendant, Environmental Services Aide, Environmental Services Worker, Housekeeper, Housekeeping, Housekeeping Aide, Housekeeping Laundry Worker, Room Attendant, Room Cleaner Tasks •Carry linens, towels, toilet items, and cleaning supplies, using wheeled carts. •Disinfect equipment and supplies, using germicides or steam-operated sterilizers. •Clean rooms, hallways, lobbies, lounges, restrooms, corridors, elevators, stairways, locker rooms, and other work areas so that health standards are met. •Empty wastebaskets, empty and clean ashtrays, and transport other trash and waste to disposal areas. •Observe precautions required to protect hotel and guest property and report damage, theft, and found articles to supervisors.
  • 88. •Replenish supplies, such as drinking glasses, linens, writing supplies, and bathroom items. •Clean rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, and draperies, using vacuum cleaners and shampooers. •Dust and polish furniture and equipment. •Keep storage areas and carts well-stocked, clean, and tidy. •Wash windows, walls, ceilings, and woodwork, waxing and polishing as necessary. Tools & Technology Tools used in this occupation: Cleaning brushes — Tile brushes Clothes dryers — Household dryers; Industrial clothes dryers Floor polishers — Floor burnishers; Power floor buffers Laundry type washing machines — Household washers; Light commercial washing machines; Washer extractors Vacuum cleaners — Backpack vacuums; Industrial vacuum cleaners; Standing HEPA vacuums Technology used in this occupation: Data base user interface and query software — Data entry software Electronic mail software — Email software Facilities management software — Computerized maintenance management system CMMS software Inventory management software — Inventory tracking software Materials requirements planning logistics and supply chain software — computerized bed control system software Knowledge Customer and Personal Service — Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. English Language — Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
  • 89. Skills Service Orientation — actively looking for ways to help people. Coordination — adjusting actions in relation to others' actions
  • 90. Abilities Extent Flexibility — the ability to bend, stretch, twist, or reach with your body, arms, and/or legs. Trunk Strength — the ability to use your abdominal and lower back muscles to support part of the body repeatedly or continuously over time without 'giving out' or fatiguing. Stamina — the ability to exert yourself physically over long periods of time without getting winded or out of breath. Information ordering — the ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations). Near Vision — the ability to see details at close range (within a few feet of the observer). Oral Comprehension — the ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences. Problem Sensitivity — the ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong. It does not involve solving the problem, only recognizing there is a problem. Work Activities Performing General Physical Activities — performing physical activities that require considerable use of your arms and legs and moving your whole body, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling of materials. Getting Information — observing, receiving, and otherwise obtaining information from all relevant sources. Performing for or Working directly with the Public — performing for people or dealing directly with the public. This includes serving customers in restaurants and stores, and receiving clients or guests. Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships — developing constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, and maintaining them over time. Handling and Moving Objects — Using hands and arms in handling, installing, positioning, and moving materials, and manipulating things. Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates — providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person. Making Decisions and Solving Problems — analyzing information and evaluating results to choose the best solution and solve problems. Training and Teaching Others — identifying the educational needs of others, developing formal educational or training programs or classes, and teaching or instructing others. Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work — Developing specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish your work. Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards — Using relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards.
  • 91. Work Context Spend Time Standing — how much does this job require standing? Spend Time Bending or Twisting the Body — how much does this job require bending or twisting your body? Contact With Others — how much does this job require the worker to be in contact with others (face-to-face, by telephone, or otherwise) in order to perform it? Spend Time Making Repetitive Motions — how much does this job require making repetitive motions? Wear Common Protective or Safety Equipment such as Safety Shoes, Glasses, Gloves, Hearing Protection, Hard Hats, or Life Jackets — how much does this job require wearing common protective or safety equipment such as safety shoes, glasses, gloves, hard hats or life jackets? Spend Time Kneeling, Crouching, Stooping, or Crawling — how much does this job require kneeling, crouching, stooping or crawling? Spend Time Walking and Running — how much does this job require walking and running? Spend Time Using Your Hands to Handle, Control, or Feel Objects, Tools, or Controls — How much does this job require using your hands to handle, control, or feel objects, tools or controls? Face-to-Face Discussions — how often do you have to have face-to-face discussions with individuals or teams in this job? Freedom to Make Decisions — how much decision making freedom, without supervision, does the job offer?
  • 92. Job Zone Title Job Zone Two: Some Preparation Needed Education: These occupations usually require a high school diploma. Related Experience: Some previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is usually needed. For example, a teller would benefit from experience working directly with the public. Job Training: Employees in these occupations need anywhere from a few months to one year of working with experienced employees. A recognized apprenticeship program may be associated with these occupations. Job Zone Examples: These occupations often involve using your knowledge and skills to help others. Examples include sheet metal workers, forest fire fighters, customer service representatives, physical therapist aides, salespersons (retail), and tellers. SVP Range (4.0 to < 6.0) There is 1 recognized apprenticeable specialty associated with this occupation: Housekeeper, Commercial, Residential, or Industrial To learn about specific apprenticeship opportunities, please consult the U.S. Department of Labor State Apprenticeship Information external site website. http://www.doleta.gov/OA/sainformation.cfm For general information about apprenticeships, training, and partnerships with business, visit the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship external site website. http://www.doleta.gov/OA/ ================================================================ Work Styles Dependability — Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations. Stress Tolerance — Job requires accepting criticism and dealing calmly and effectively with high stress situations. Self Control — Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check, controlling anger, and avoiding aggressive behavior, even in very difficult situations. Integrity — Job requires being honest and ethical. Attention to Detail — Job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks. Independence — Job requires developing one's own ways of doing things, guiding oneself with little or no supervision, and depending on oneself to get things done. Concern for Others — Job requires being sensitive to others' needs and feelings and being understanding and helpful on the job.
  • 93. Cooperation — Job requires being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a good- natured, cooperative attitude. Achievement/Effort — Job requires establishing and maintaining personally challenging achievement goals and exerting effort toward mastering tasks. Adaptability/Flexibility — Job requires being open to change (positive or negative) and to considerable variety in the workplace. ======================================================== Work Values Relationships — Occupations that satisfy this work value allow employees to provide service to others and work with co-workers in a friendly non-competitive environment. Corresponding needs are Co-workers, Moral Values and Social Service. Support — Occupations that satisfy this work value offer supportive management that stands behind employees. Corresponding needs are Company Policies, Supervision: Human Relations and Supervision: Technical. Independence — Occupations that satisfy this work value allow employees to work on their own and make decisions. Corresponding needs are Creativity, Responsibility and Autonomy. ========================================================================= Related Occupations (Other jobs that require the skills you already have) 35-2021.00 Food Preparation Workers Bright Outlook 35-3041.00 Food Servers, Non-restaurant Bright Outlook 35-9011.00 Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers Bright Outlook 35-9021.00 Dishwashers Bright Outlook 37-2011.00 Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners Bright Outlook 39-3093.00 Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants 45-2041.00 Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products 51-3022.00 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers 51-6011.00 Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers
  • 94. There are so many valuable, interesting career makeover stories that could be told, and in the process, would teach millions of viewers how to find career satisfaction on their own terms. THE SECRET TO BEING THE ‘RIGHT FIT’ FOR A JOB MAY 1, 2014 BY JENNY YERRICK MARTIN The very first blog post I wrote for my entertainment career site, Your Industry Insider, was called “The Art of Getting the Part.” It was about looking right for the job when you went on interviews, comparing that in-person experience to acting auditions.
  • 95. “When actors go to casting sessions,” I wrote, “everything they do is geared toward convincing the casting director that they are perfect for the part. If they’re going in to play a street tough on one of those countless crime dramas on the air these days, they dress down, in leather jacket and jeans maybe, and slump and scowl in the waiting area outside the audition room. For the part of the town slut, the actress struts in wearing a micro-mini and halter top and gives a suggestive sidelong glance at the casting intern with the clipboard.” LOOK THE PARTI suggested that candidates for jobs think about their attire and behavior in job interviews the same way. The casting analogy might sound a little entertainment industry-centric to some of you, but stick with me. Though I have worked in the entertainment industry my entire career, and both hire for the industry and give advice to others on how to get hired in it, my advice applies to any job hunt and actually goes beyond your outward appearance and behavior once you land the interview. When you are looking for a job, every aspect of every contact you have with a potential employer communicates who you are as a candidate and whether you are right for the opening. Yes, there could be educational requirements for the position, but sometimes they are very broad and, beyond that, there is always the question of “fit.” As a hiring executive, I always want to choose someone who is “right” for the job. ========================================================== So, what does that mean for you as the job candidate? If you are looking for a receptionist job, think about what the ideal receptionist would be for the places where you are applying. Beyond tailoring your resume to highlight experience the duties of the job, such retail and server jobs, use your cover letter to actually tell a story about you that makes you seem like the perfect candidate. In your letter, mention that you were voted “most likely to start a conversation with a total stranger” in high school, or that your college debate team coach told you repeatedly that even though you made good arguments for your side in matches, smiling throughout those arguments was effecting the team’s ranking. Tell me that you were always chosen to check VIP alumni in for events at your school because the organizers knew that no matter what the situation, you would handle it tactfully. Even when you had to turn people away, they walked away smiling.
  • 96. And then, once you are going in for an interview (of course, I’m going to want to have you in for an interview after hearing about your alumni event experience), dress professionally and conscientiously, be friendly and confident, make eye contact, smile, convey ease… You want me picturing you at my company’s receptionist desk, in this case, or in a cubicle in the finance department, or sitting outside the marketing executive’s office. As I concluded that first blog post on my site back at the beginning, I’m not saying you have to wear glasses to get the job as the librarian… but it can’t hurt. HERE IS A SAMPLER… No matter how much we try to educate and encourage the empowerment of entry level or re- entry workers to accept that they are not 16-year-olds out for their first afterschool job. So here is just one of the ONET JOB BREAKDOWNS to illustrate that this is true and that ONET ONLINE was the best billion dollars the Government ever spent of your tax dollars. ========================================================================= 37-2012.00 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners http://www.onetonline.org/find/match/3/37-2012.00?s=housekeeper ========================================================= SIMPLE (POST ONET ONLINE) RESUME NARRATIVE (FOR CLEANING JOB) Here is the stay-at-homer who had no believe that they had neither skill nor abilities to do anything in the world of work. After a very quick edit of the massive details of ONET ONLINE, we have gone from ZERO to eight years of professional experience as a Residential Cleaner. This is not some made up job or clever rewording of house wife/husband.
  • 97. THIS IS A REAL JOB DONE BY A REAL PERSON IN A REAL WORK ENVIRONMENT. The below is a simplistic, assembly of duties that the applicant did as per the US Department of Labor. This would be good for usage in creating a basic; I need a resume today for an entry level or re-entry level job. This will not get you past a company’s gatekeeper and thus would be ineffective in applying for any online applications for hotels, stores, resorts or large companies. For these applications take your time to compile enough detail (key words and phrases) to secure your application and you an interview. It is as easy as 1-2-3…do you have 100+? 2008 - Present PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL CLEANER Phoenix, Metro Area • Responsible for the daily cleaning, upkeep and basic maintenance of a private, residential home in the Phoenix Metro Area. • Maintain linens, towels, toilet items, and related cleaning supplies. • Utilize disinfect equipment and supplies, using germicides or sterilizers to clean bathrooms, kitchen and childcare areas to OSHA Standards. • Skilled in the usage of household cleaning chemicals, the proper storage of and the correct disposal of dangerous chemicals to local health code standards. • Clean rooms, hallways, lobbies, lounges, restrooms, corridors, stairways, and other work areas so that health standards are met. • Empty wastebaskets, empty and clean ashtrays, and transport other trash and waste to disposal areas. • Observe precautions required to protect property and report damage, theft, and found articles. • Replenish supplies, such as drinking glasses, linens, writing supplies, and bathroom items. • Clean rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, and draperies, using vacuum cleaners and shampooers. • Dust and polish furniture and equipment. • Keep storage areas and carts well-stocked, clean, and tidy. • Wash windows, walls, ceilings, and woodwork, waxing and polishing as necessary.
  • 98. WHAT I LEARNED THIS WEEK… THE BS FACTOR IN YOUR APPLICATION “The best advice that I can give your applicants is to stay within 5 miles of their neighborhood (85008) in central the Phoenix/airport area….as this is your search golden local zone…I love to hear that an applicant lives right down the street…my ears perk up…” Talked to a retail manager of a big box store today and she educated me on the interview process. She told me that the FATAL “You shot yourself in the foot” mistake(s) that an applicant makes are… FACTOR ONE: The BS Factor comes from applying for stores that are a long way from your home location. The BS is that the employer knows that it is BS that you will or that you can travel to their location on a daily basis without missing days or running late (especially if you are on a bus). Within 5 miles, the bus is reliable transportation after that it is an excuse to being late or being absent. This manager tells me that this is so common with all of her stores; “your application is not reviewed unless they are totally desperate.“ Her suggestion is that if you keep in the 5-10 mile range. The Manager told me, that she really likes to hear that “I just live down the street” as this tells her that you are more likely to be on time and that you will have the flexibility to stay late or come in on your day with short notice. She said that might not be fair but, that is the reality of the retail market. FACTOR TWO: (I never thought about this but, now it makes sense) the second biggest reason that she does not call people is because they applied for multiple openings at her store. According to her (and echoed by other managers) this is a real negative and usually means that she will not waste time with you. The impression that the applicant makes is that they are willing to do anything usually means that they are desperate for employment and that they are just applying for things whether or not they really qualifies for them. She says that this wastes her time trying to figure out what you want to do when you grow up and as she is busy running the store to take that much time on any one candidate. Most importantly, she says that it shows her that you really do not have a specific interest or worse yet (if the application is a mess – incomplete, rushed, and hard-to-read and/or lacks details or doesn’t relate to the skills that she is looking for) you don’t care. To her the application represents you at your best and she judges it as such.
  • 99. Her suggestion is to read the job descriptions and determine which job is a perfect fit for your skills (you need to do this as she doesn’t have the time or interest to do) and, then, apply for that job. She said that you must complete the application with an emphasis on the skills, abilities or experience that is requested in the ad. She said that this should be your base to build a case that she needs to call you in for an interview. The application must be neat and easy for her to read (sloppy applications are tossed as they take too much time to figure out). Remember, to her, this is your very best and sloppiness is a sign that you really didn’t want this job. She told me that it is critical that you show her that you have the skills that she needs and that you need to show how your experience (outside of the specific job you applied for) related to the specific job you applied for. She said you need to show the connection. She said that is your job not her’s as she has a job and she ended the thought by saying that she isn’t Colombo! Put this all together and you have an application that will impress her enough to call you. If not, try again in six months – as that is how long they keep them on file. She also warned about putting in multiple applications with slightly different names as her company’s computer will catch and flag them as bogus. If you application is flagged, then the system will delete it any further applications from you – which means you wasted your time. On a final note, she told me that applications that look like the applicant took the time, made the effort to do correctly and that are to the point are the ones that she sits aside and takes a second, longer look at before she calls. Better have a good number where she can reach you at. She told me that this is her biggest complaint about applicants because a bad number or your failure to promptly return her call will cost you a job. Further to this point, she said that she assumes you really wanted the job or you wouldn’t have applied and she cannot understand people whose voice mail is full or not turned on. ========================================================================= http://www.slideshare.net/fredgwest199 9/12-june-35783291 E-BOOK READ, PRINT AND/OR DOWN LOAD THIS SPECIAL ISSUE… Kindle/Nook/Android capable