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Lenin Pina
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over 6 months ago

Well established company in Boulder, CO is #hiring a Director of Engineering. Plese use this link for more job details and application information.

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Tony Aericko
over 6 months ago

Anyone else halfway through life and still can't find the RIGHT CAREER?

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Ralph Griffith
over 6 months ago

Only interested in Colorado Springs

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Sapphire Barclay
over 6 months ago

So I’m 15 and looking for a job that is flexible and in Lakewood.

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Quintin Whitehorse
over 6 months ago

I'm a reliable, dependable hard working person and im ready to make a change of learning new things.

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Barbara Kopp-Brinkmeyer, MBA
over 6 months ago

I'll offer a new topic posting in the hopes of clarifying for you that job hire is a sales process. By-pass H.R. but head to hiring managers (which you can Google online or identify through Linked-In). Then, list all of the reasons that you've heard which rule you out of hire. Next to this first column, make a second column which lists all of the reasons why you should be hired, but quantify these reasons. Then, practice a mock interview with a friend. See if you can overcome through #'s, %'s, and $$'s generated during a 1-yr period of time your contributions because everyone is valuable. Everyone is capable of generating income. See if you can spot your "Um's or Not-Sure's". Your resume must communicate value in the form of these hiring specifics because hiring managers are the ones who hire and fire, whereas H.R. is only empowered to say "no"..., which explains why you're seeing "no". Then, overhaul your resume and ask a pro to review it. Then, write a compelling cover letter which explains why the company should see you. You may also have to approach a recruiter to assist you with this process. Then, write a 30-60-90 day action plan which tells employers what you'll do and why, as determined by #'s, $$'s, %'s, and accounts added. If you're not sure how to do this, what I see is that most people aren't hired because they aren't seeing how effective job search/hire/and negotiations work. Simply put, it's not that you're not hireable. You just possess a few gaps in job search (sales) process and know-how because you're the solution that companies need. They just don't know it. How you proceed and what you ultimately believe makes a world of difference. Then, your two columns willl reflect a rebuttal process you construct..., whereby you positively overcome all hiring biases (or human concerns). When you present an action plan, you're instilling in the hiring manager positive bias.

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Robyn Digregorio
over 6 months ago

When I was there for my interview with all of the boss lady and five of the other teachers.Robynd

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Josephine Martinez
over 6 months ago

It is colse to home.

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Frank Lashley
over 6 months ago

Been a diesel mechanic fr 11 yrs. moving to Guffey area n next 3-6months or sooner if hired somewhere sooner. Looking for employment before we move. 7015900032. Frank Lashley

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Alfie Tumampal
over 6 months ago

Please send your resume to recruiterS6@qualitystaffingamerica.com for review and I will touch base with you. Have a blessed day!

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