PLEASE READ ENTIRE PROJECT FOR BID OFFERS. THERE ARE DIRECTIONS BELOW THAT MUST BE ADDRESSED IN ALL BID SUBMISSIONS. ANY BIDS NOT INCLUDING ALL CRITERIA LISTED, WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN OUR APPROVAL PROCESS.
I'm a private chef, and I work with hundreds of elderly clients with food allergies or intolerances.
I need a user-friendly website with a Recipe Finder software platform that my clients can use to cross-reference my master recipe ingredient list with all of my 200+ recipes. I need the software to allow the user to alert me about what ingredients they don't like or are allergic to in their food.
I need the software to be able to do the following three steps:
The user will log into the website and open a master list of ingredients.
The user will mark/check any ingredients on the master list that they do NOT want included in their recipe.
The software will cross-reference the master ingredient list with 200+ recipes and identify qualified recipies.
The software will compile a list with images of all recipes that do NOT contain the identified and checked ingredients from step 1.
The final list needs to appear in ascending order and must provide color coded recipes beginning with the least amount of identified and checked ingredients: Examples of the order of qualified recipies listed below:
Green - Starting with all recipes that have 0 identified and checked ingredients.
Green - list recipes with only 1 identified and checked ingredients,
Dark yellow - list all recipes with 2 identified and checked ingredients,
Dark yellow - list all recipes with 3 identified and checked ingredients,
Red - list all recipes with 4 identified and checked ingredients,
Red - list all recipes with 5 identified and checked ingredients
Black - list all recipes with 6 identified and checked ingredients,
Black - list all recipes with 7 identified and checked ingredients.
The master list must offer the following options:
A search function (for example, a customer can search for a recipe that contains only chicken and rice),
An excel upload button/option
A print report button on report/option
An email to a friend / Share results button/option
I need a website with service that includes IT. I'd prefer wix or Godaddy, Shopify or some other service that includes hosting.
The website platform must:
Contain a customer log-in,
Maintain the customer profile,
Be easy to use,
Be visually appealing, and
Be uploaded onto a website.
Necessary skills - I need from you:
Excellent communication skills.
Programming and web design
CSS / design experience
Keep all deadlines.
Create a user-friendly program and upload it to a webpage.
Support for future addons or customizations.
I have built several websites and I am aware that this is a fairly simple project. Any bids that are overpriced will not be considered. All bids that are priced fairly will be looked at.
Please send portfolios of past experience along with reviews or references with all bids. We can not work with anyone unless we are able to view past performance.
Thank you for considering this project. I am ready to begin immediately. #unemployment #workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #application #hiringevents #healthcare #coronavirus #resume #deliverydriver #firstjob #foodservices #retail #motivation #ridesharedriver #warehouselogistics #careerdiscovery #hiringnews #officelife #aboutmyjob #stressful #callcenter #veterans #ageism #truckdriver #losangeles #successstory #delta #record #drama #termination #jobsearchlosangeles #advice #onlinetraining #dataentry #coronaviruslosangeles #stimulus #hiringeventprep #unemploymentcalifornia #applicationblackhole #washingtondc #walmart #texas #beenwondering #skillboost #california #florida #policy #arkansas #employershoutout #careerpath #amazon
Hello I am look for job around Hugo,Maplewood, St.Paul and White Bear Lake, MN.
I just came to Minnesota and live with my husband this year. No experience working in USA, but I have work experience writing articles, content, for public relations consultants in Thailand for 13 years hopefully your company will let’s me join your team. My College degree is attached.
I was 14 years old and I worked as a junior stable hand at a horse farm down the road! It was tough work but I loved being around the animals and learning the ropes of the farm.
How old were you when you got YOUR first job??
Have you ever had a hard time landing a career you wanted because you have little to no experience in that field? Do you think everyone should have the same opportunity to land the same job, especially if there is training available?
found a dishwasher job on my own no experience and it took them only a few days to get back to me with a schedule starting this weekend and every weekend afterwards as far as I understand how it will work out
I found a dishwasher job on my own no experience and it took them only a few days to get back to me with a schedule starting this weekend and every weekend afterwards as far as I understand how it will work out.
When you’ve been job searching for some time, it’s hard not to feel frustrated. Every time you don’t hear back from a potential employer or don’t get the job can lead to feelings of sadness and defeat. But being positive is crucial to job search success!
It’s not always easy to do, so here are some tips to help you stay positive while job searching.
How to Stay Positive While Job Searching
Talk It Out Even though it might feel like complaining, sometimes a little venting to someone you trust can make you feel better. If you can, talk with your partner or a friend about what you’re going through.
Or, consider speaking with other job seekers who might reaffirm that what you’re feeling is normal. If you can, reach out to your mentor (or right here in the Jobcase Community, to see if they have any insights or advice that could take your job search in a new direction.
Adjust Your Expectations Remember that a job search is going to take some time. It’s uncommon to get hired for a job when you’ve just started the search. (And if you do get a job offer immediately, make sure that it isn’t a job scam!)
Create a Routine Job searching can feel like a job in and of itself. And while you should treat finding a job like a job, doing it all day every day won’t help you stay positive, particularly if it feels like you’re working every day without seeing results.
Create a routine that works for you and gives you some balance. You might spend your mornings dedicated to your job search, then keep your afternoons free for other activities. That way, you won’t feel like all you’re doing is job hunting.
Set a Plan in Motion It goes without saying that the goal of your job search is to get a job. The thing is, getting hired for a job consists of many smaller tasks, like creating a customized resume and cover letter for every job you apply to, making positive contributions to your network, and researching companies that you might want to work for.
To achieve your ultimate goal of getting hired, break it up into smaller, bite-sized goals. How you organize them is entirely up to you—you might opt for daily, weekly, or monthly goals, or even a combination of all three. Just make sure that your job search goals are actionable, measurable, and achievable in whatever time frame you set.
Acknowledge Your Wins It’s easy to feel negative about your job search, especially when you realize it could take as many as 10 or even 20 applications just to get an interview. To help stay positive while job searching, make time to acknowledge your wins, no matter how small.
Look at your resume or portfolio to remind yourself how far you’ve come over the course of your career. Review your job search plan and take pride in all you’ve accomplished since the last time you reviewed it. Sometimes, having that reminder can make you feel better about yourself and give you a boost of confidence.
Take a Class During your job search downtime, why not break up the monotony by learning something new? Not only can taking a class help you feel like you’re more in control of your job search, but it can also add newfound experience or education to your resume. Not to mention, classes are a great way to meet new people and expand your network. Plus, getting out of the house (and away from your job search for a while) can do wonders for your mindset.
Volunteer Volunteering during your job search can do more than help you stay positive. There is, of course, the positive of lending your support to a cause you believe in. And building some time to volunteer into your routine can also help you beat the feeling that all you’re doing all day is job searching.
Beyond those positives, though, volunteering during your job search is a great way to keep your current skills up to date, gain new skills, and broaden your network. Plus, who knows? You may even decide to switch careers!
Treat Yourself On days when your job search is really getting you down, make yourself a priority. Skip the job search for the day and do something you love instead.
Take a long walk, head to the coffee shop to linger over a tasty drink and an interesting book, go for a long lunch with a friend—whatever it is that isn’t job-search related and lifts your spirits. A simple splurge can reinvigorate you and put a more positive spin on your job search.
Brighter Days Ahead Remember, it’s often a slow and steady race—not a sprint—to connect with a new job. But if you stay the course, remain positive, and devote a little time to your job search every day, you’ll be starting your first day with your new employer in no time.
No matter what kind of job you’re searching for or why you’re looking, Jobcase offers plenty of companies who are ready to hire. It’s up to you to apply. Reach out to people in the Jobcase Community to help you along the way. Don’t forget to share your experience. We in the community would love to hear from you, share your progress right here in the Jobcase Community! #jobsearch #interview #firstjob