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Becky George
5 days ago

I quit my job after 12 years almost 13. I couldn't take the lying and manipulation any longer. I was promised raises that I never received and promised promotions that never came through. They would tell you anything to keep you complacent, but never carry through. I'm not angry just heart broken that I believed them for so long. Anyway by the end I couldn't keep my mouth shut and then I was in trouble for little things like telling my friend "if I bite my tongue any harder I'm going to bite it off".

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Nancy Baughman
5 days ago

#job Senior Structural Engineer and Project Manager - PE - Manchester, NH (with relocation)

We are seeking a Senior Structural Engineer and Project Manager (PE) for our growing, fast-paced structural engineering client, located near Manchester, NH.

Responsible for serving as the Structural Engineer of record on the firm’s structural design projects. Oversight of clients, projects and engineering staff, including coaching and mentoring junior engineers. Work with architects, design-build contractors, property managers, building owners and homeowners. QA on calculations and plans. Perform feasibility studies and assist with business and proposal development.

Must have strong engineering production and leadership experience. Knowledge of building codes and standards and proficiency with structural design software. Minimum of five years of professional experience in building structural design (new and existing building analysis and renovation).

Bachelor’s degree and Professional Engineer (PE) license in New Hampshire is required. PE Licenses in additional States in the northeast is a plus.

Highly competitive salary and outstanding benefits package including relocation from within the Continental United States. Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship of any kind now and in the future.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com. Candidates are never charged a fee and all resumes are kept in confidence.

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Brian Randall
5 days ago

It gave me opportunity to start working Again

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Juanita Collick

Hi, They don't! I have made several attempts to move forward and applied for the House Manager positions on two occasions, once in 2019/2020 and 2022. I was told by Ms. Pope that I don't have the qualifications for the positions. In fact, I am more than qualified. I have a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration Healthcare, 2000. I worked for Service Coordination, 2014 -2016, I am a Support Broker for DDA, and was a House Manager for Mid-Atlantic in Belair, Maryland. The Director of Residential, Steve Adams, has never talked with me after any interviews nor has he or Human Resources has ever written a letter as to why I don't qualify for the House Manager. Thank you very much for asking me about my experience at Chimes.

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Waldemar Montalvo
6 days ago

family dollar is a very flexible job in the schedule I worked for 7 years and has many opportunities for professional growth

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Gina Mendez

Walgreens is very educational friendly. When I want to go to school, they work around my schedule. I went to Rio Hondo for pharmacy Technician and Walgreens has reimbursed me for cost of my license and also helped me become certified. When I went back to school for my LVN, Walgreens again, worked around my schedule. If you float as a tech for Walgreens, you can make your own schedule. With Walgreens you can grow with the company or go to school to choose another occupation. Best of Luck, hope this helps.

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Kat Gibson
6 days ago

Why do they require a social security number to apply. I do not feel comfortable at all with that. I would rather do it in person or someone from Deland letting me know that is ok.

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Steve Jette

Demonstrate how good you are.

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Leona Schmidt

It won't. Fast food jobs are low-level jobs that don't require much effort. What type of work do you envision for yourself? Google the job requirements and start learning whatever is needed to acquire it.

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Chris Allison

Being a Maintenance Tech is always good constant learning with new and old equipment as far as finding the field that you want to pursue will have to be up to you everyone is different and a side not there will always be a huge need for maintenance Techs

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Andrew Smith

In the maintenance field being a tech equates to learning, if your goal is to move up into a supervisory role, and eventually management, knowledge and experience of how the machine work, and how to repair them, will be beneficial to those roles, it's easier to run a crew, and a department, if you know what their jobs entail.

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Deborah Jones
7 days ago

An atmosphere that supports dual growth, the company and the people in it.

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