1.17.2017

Interview on the Spot for a Residential Counselor position with Way Station



January Job Search Tips


Tips to use in January to help your 2017 job searchAbridged: Six Degrees ExecutiveNEW YORK CITY, NY 

Write a career plan. Start with an honest assessment of yourself and the market you're currently in by conducting a SWOT analysis. What are your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Develop SMART goals. Write down clear goals to assess and review regularly. Ensure all goals follow the SMART principle; simple, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely.

Update your resume and social media profiles. Update your resume with your most recent career, including details of your most notable achievements. Provide clear examples and data to back you up. Also be sure to update your LinkedIn profile. Make a hit list. Compile a list of organizations you would like to work for. This list will become especially handy in the next stage; connecting with a recruitment consultant. Partner with a recruiter. Connecting and gaining the help of a recruitment consultant can prove invaluable. Find someone who legitimately specializes in your field, and do your research. See who is posting jobs in your field and look at their activity on LinkedIn to see how well connected they are.

Network. Let your network know that you're exploring new opportunities. Referrals are the best way to get a new role. Attend meet ups, seminars and thought leadership events to ensure you are at the forefront of your industry and the opportunities that are available. January offers the perfect opportunity to set yourself up for a successful career transition in the New Year.
Source: The Career News: Job search newsletter - Volume 16, Issue 2 
Click here to read this newsletter and find more great articles about job searching!

12.06.2016

Southeast Early Head Start: Employment Open House - Dec 19th


First Data Job Fair - Wed, Dec 14th

First Data is seeking qualified candidates who have strong written and/or verbal communication skills.  We encourage candidates who apply to the Contact Center Technical Support role to take the assessment prior to attending the job fair.
Click here to view current openings: First Data Careers


Volunteer Opportunity!


Robert W. Johnson Community Center is a nonprofit organization in Hagerstown, Maryland that helps promote youth and community development. 

The center is seeking volunteers or interns to come and spend some time with the youth they serve during their Afterschool program: Monday-Friday, 2:00-7:00 pm.  If you are interested, please contact Kaplan Career Services Advisor Kim Gembe by phone at 301-766-3679 or by email at kimberly.gembe@kaplan.edu.

Thank you!


For more information on this organization, click here: Robert W Johnson Community Center, Inc

11.30.2016

Tractor Supply Distribution Center positions



TRACTOR SUPPLY CO. DISTRIBUTION CENTER
PART TIME HOURS AVAILABLE
ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY
AND/OR SUNDAY SHIFTS

Starting rate = $13.50
After successful 90 days increase to $14.35

6AM-NOON / NOON – 6PM
Additional $2.00 PH shift differential

6PM – MIDNIGHT / MIDNIGHT – 6AM
Additional $2.50 PH shift differential