Work from home at our Virtual Contact Center! Are you looking for work or maybe part time employment? In order to be considered for this position you must live in one of the following states: Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Virginia Pay Rate: $10.00 per hour nationwide Who We Are Since 1994, Amazon has evolved from a single retail website to become a global development platform as well as an e-commerce and publishing partner. Innovation is in our DNA, and we constantly seek out the world’s brightest technology minds to research and develop new solutions to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
No matter where you’re starting in your career or at the top of your game, networking can take you to new levels. If you’re a novice don’t let it intimidate you. Communication is a key that every professional should attempt to master. Lasting, personal relationships are a cornerstone of the human experience. When you spend a significant portion of your life participating in and developing your career, it’s only natural that some of these important relationships will be centered on business. But why is it important to develop a professional network? 1) Mentoring relationships: When you’re first starting out, it’s easy to be in awe of the talented professionals that work […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hawaii is currently experiencing a teacher shortage, and the state has 1,600 vacancies to fill before the school year starts again in the fall. The main challenge is finding employees who will actually stay in Hawaii.Hawaii has one of the highest teacher turnover rates in the nation and this is more so for people who come from the mainland. They say they can’t live there and they leave, and then Hawaii has to go back and recruit once again. So this cycle just continually happens. In addition to the average teacher salary of $56,000, the state is offering a $6,000 bonus to teachers hired in “special education, secondary mathematics and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Current Job Opportunities Job Information Job Title: #8308 Part Time Traffic Checker Category: Miscellaneous Career Center: External City/Town: Philadelphia Location: Administration Group Type of Assignment: Temporary Position Type: Part Time Start Date: 1/21/2016 End Date: 1/28/2016 Job Description Note: Posting deadline chnaged to 1/28/16.The Southeastern PA Transportation Authority (SEPTA), the sixth largest transportation provider in the nation, is seeking energetic and detail-oriented professionals to join our team. We are currently accepting online applications for part-time Traffic Checkers to fill FUTURE VACANCIES at SEPTA. The part-time Traffic Checker performs a multitude of important and detail-oriented tasks in SEPTA’s Traffic Department, such as counting the number of passengers using the City Suburban […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
MLK Day JOBSNOW Digital Job Fair Monday Jan. 18 Philadelphia OIC to host Digital Job Fair on MLK Day, Monday, Jan. 18, Welcome Mayor Jim Kenney, and U.S Senate Candidate Katie McGinty REGISTER ONLINE BELOW or call 215-372-7003, or 215-236-7700. If you want to look for a JOB, or help job seekers, REGISTER NOW. Source: OIC PhiladelphiaContinue Reading... No Comments.
Are you ready for Amazon! The massive online retailer is opening brand new high tech distribution centers right on your doorstep! Inside the giant distribution centers a total of 1600 staff are needed to fulfill and process orders. Making the announcement, Mary Osako, an Amazon spokeswoman, said the company’s wages for these workers is 30 percent higher than people who work in “traditional retail stores. Whilst offering a great pay range the massive employer also offers a choice of four medical plans, including prescription drug benefits, designed to meet your individual coverage needs, a dental plan and a vision plan. Average pay across the full staff range at Amazon is […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Know someone in need of a job? Gloucester Premium Outlets, set to open in August, has 800 of them. In order to draw in hundreds of new hires for the more than 90 stores set to open at the Gloucester Township center, the outlets will host a job fair on June 12 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Camden County College’s Connector Building in Blackwood. It’s located at 200 College Drive, between the Civil Hall and the Atrium. The positions range from full and part-times, and include management sales and customer service positions, according to a press release. The positions range from full and part-times, and include management sales […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Is your small business gearing up for seasonal hiring for the summer? If so, you may need to be more creative in how you attract talent. Earlier this year, major retailers such as Target, T.J. Maxx and McDonald’s announced they would increase wages for hourly workers. These pay increases may affect seasonal employees as well, particularly small businesses who are hiring seasonal workers. One of those small businesses is A Shot Above Ent Inc., a bartending and events service. Owner and CEO Lea Hatch says she does a lot of hiring in the summer to staff for weddings and other warm-weather events. “One huge challenge that we have is that the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
WANT TO DO COMMUNITY SERVICE WORK STUDY? Want to earn an Education Award ? Want to be part of AmeriCorps? The Next Steps AmeriCorps program is a youth leadership development initiative that partners college sophomores and juniors with first year college students, designed for Next Steps AmeriCorps members to serve as peer mentors to support students’ first-year experience through community service, mentorship, supportive workshops, and leadership development. Alongside peer mentoring first-year students, Next Steps AmeriCorps members will also be committed to better their own communities through an emphasis of community service. Source: Next Steps AmeriCorps Program | PHENND — Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood DevelopmentContinue Reading... No Comments.