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Sawicki Motors (1/31/15)
Sawicki Motors in Freeport, IL is looking for a sales professional to meet our growing sales needs. If you are a motivated individual with a desire for unlimited income, this may be a great opportunity for you! No experience necessary and training is provided with pay! Please email a resume or application to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (815)232-5145. You can print an application on-line at www.sawickimotors.com. You can also drop an application at 700 E South Street in Freeport, IL
Immediate opening for Dispatcher (1/23/15)
40 hrs per week. Prior experience in dispatch or trucking industry a definite plus. Must be able to handle multi-tasking, very busy phone and fast paced desk work. Word, Excel and email used frequently. Need asap. $10-$12 to start with potential for long term opportunity or short term if preferred to cover immediate need. Resumes requested.
Basic geographic knowledge and common sense. The position works with a backhaul manager, a dispatch assistance and the operations manager.
Apply online @ furststaff.com and follow up with a phone call to 815-656-4490.
HeadStart Bus Driver Needed (1/26/15)
Apply in person: Head Start Office, 511 S. Liberty, Freeport IL, 815-235-3740, Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
PATIENT TRANSPORTER (1/26/15)
Requisition Number: 1810
# of Openings: 1
DESCRIPTION SUMMARY: Responsible for transporting patients from units for all Imaging modalities. Sort and file films, process films and monitor film supply, files and distributes imaging reports, stocks inventory, empties laundry, and cleans transport equipment.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: HS Diploma or equivalent required. Must have good communication and customer service skills. 0-6 months related experience and/or training. Ability to frequently walk, stand and lift throughout shift. Must be CPR certified. Patient care experience preferred. APPLY ONLINE
Belvidere Career Expo & Job Fair
Thursday, January 29th
Community Building Complex of Boone County
Client Service Rep (1/26/15)
To apply for this job, all candidates must apply through our Career Center at www.apply2jobs.com/IOD and apply to Requisition 1554.
IOD Incorporated, a leader in release of information for medical records, is seeking a Client Service Rep to process medical records at a local facility.Responsibilities will include but are not limited to answering phones, faxing request, verifying authorizations for HIPAA compliance on release of information requests, scanning medical records and data entry.
Ideal candidates will have previous experience working in a hospital medical record department or medical office. Familiarity with HIPAA guidelines or ability to learn and apply the guidelines is essential. Strong clerical skills in office setting is a must. They will also have excellent communication skills, as well as be organized, professional and service oriented.This position is full-time; Monday - Friday; day shift. Compensation is based on experience and performance.
Job fairs, we’ve all been to one, right? Wrong; there are many people who have never been to a job fair and others who have been but don’t know how to make the most out of the experience. That’s what Illinois workNet is here to help you!
Job fairs are an opportunity for people in any situation to network and potentially find new employment. This is a time where you can find Professionals, Students, Unemployed Individuals, Veterans, and others all gathered together with one goal in mind: SUCCESS!
Some people have no problems making great connections and showing off their talents at a job fair, but others may lack the social skills or knowledge of how job fairs work to fully take advantage of the benefits. There are many resources out there that can help, but it’s hard to target those that are actually helpful and reliable.
Here are tips that can help anyone make the most out of their job fair experience.
Job Fair Preparation:
- Pre-Register – Some job fairs require you to register, check out the event website or flyer to find out if you need to and how.
- Dress for Success – You will be meeting people who could be potential employers, make a good first impression by dressing business casual or business professional.
- Bring Copies of your Updated Resume – Many employers will ask to see your resume, make sure you bring enough copies to go around. Be prepared that some employers cannot accept hard copies of your resume.
- Research Employers – Get a list of employers that are going to be at the job fair, research their company so you know a little about them beforehand. Prepare questions to ask them beforehand.
- VETERANS – Use Illinois workNet Resources to translate your Military Skills to Civilian Skills so you can let employers will understand what skills you have that could benefit their company.
- Create your 30-Second Elevator Speech – This is your opening statement to employers that gives them an idea of where you’ve worked, what skills you have, and how you can benefit their company as an employee.
- Time Management – Make sure you allot yourself enough time to make it to all of the booths, or at least those you know you’d like to visit.
- Network – Mingle with the other people at the event, not just the employers. Networking includes potential employers, past employers and co-workers.
- Get Business Cards – Following up with Potential Employers is your job, make sure you get their business card so you have contact information.
- Act Professional – Watch how you act and behave, stand up straight, don’t fidget, do not chew gum, and speak clearly.
- Stay Positive – Being with so many others that are also job-searching can be overwhelming, but keeping a positive attitude when engaging with others and the employers will show confidence.
- Carry a Folder or Portfolio – Having a folder or portfolio will keep your resume easily accessible while also giving you something to store employer handouts and literature in.
- Take Notes – Write down notes about conversations you had, who you spoke to, opportunities you encountered, and anything else you don’t want to forget.
- Follow-Up – Now that you’ve made some connections, follow-up with them via email or LinkedIn with a ‘Thank You’ letter. This will ensure employers will remember you while building a relationship with them.
- Keep Track – Create a system or spreadsheet that you can use to keep track of employers you’ve contacted, potential job leads, when and how and to who you sent your resume, etc.
Illinois workNet Resources:
- Past Illinois workNet News Items
- Watch the Illinois workNet Webinar – Gaining Employment at a Job Fair
- VETERANS – Use our Step Guide to Translate Your Military Skills to Civilian Skills and more
- Resume Help
- Networking Tips
- How to Write a 30-Second Elevator Speech
- Careerealism Article – How to Prepare for a Job Fair
- KCDEE Illinois workNet Article – Make the Most of a Job Fair
- About.com – Tips for Attending a Job Fair