Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Take a Step Back…

Many job seekers jump right into applying for jobs without first taking a step back to evaluate their career goals. Failing to plan and think about your career could cost you career growth and thousands in lost wages. The most important step in career planning is to clearly identify the type of job you are looking for.  This may seem obvious but surprisingly many people, regardless of age, don't know what they want to be when they grow up. Here are some basic steps you can take to plan your career path: Make a list of jobs you held in the past and create two columns.  One column for what you liked about the job and the other for what you didn't like about the job.  This will help you establish a pattern of where your interests and strengths lie. Research potential occupations based on your interests using Onet Online.  Onet Online was created for the general public to provide broad access to occupational information.  Take the Onet Interest Profiler to find occupations based on your interests using this link  Here is an additional link to do more occupation research  Once you've narrowed down your occupation you'll need to conduct labor market research.  Not sure what labor market information is?  In simple terms, it's data that shows what occupations are in demand, occupation wages, occupation growth, etc. To get this information visit this..

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Love Beer?

This may be the job you've been dreaming about. Head Brewer, Center Plate, Framingham, MA To Apply:  Centerplate and our partner venues have been defining extraordinary experiences through thoughtful hospitality, expertly delivered, for more than 80 years at gathering places across North America and the United Kingdom. As the pioneer and leader in live event hospitality, we are committed to making the time that people spend together more rewarding and more valuable. "Making it better to be there since 1929."TM Location: We are seeking an experienced Head Brewer for John Harvard's Brewery located in Framingham, Massachusetts. Principal Function: The Assistant Brewer serves as an apprentice and right hand to the Head Brewer within Centerplate restaurants that feature a micro-brewery. They support the Head Brewer in managing all aspects of the beer production process. The Assistant Brewer will coordinate and assist with internal brewing operations, maintenance and upkeep of brewery equipment and compliance with standards and guidelines relative to brewery safety and sanitation. They will contribute to Centerplate's goal to be #1 in Event Hospitality through ensuring that a top quality beer product is consistently produced. Essential Responsibilities: Maximize Centerplate's revenue and operational excellence through upholding established systems and policies related to quality and efficiency of brewery operations. Contribute to goal of 100% customer satisfaction through personal commitment to internal and external customer service. Ensure that brewery equipment is well maintained...

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Enjoy traveling?

If you gotta work why not do it while traveling on a Cruise Ship? Assistant Cruise Director, Norwegian Cruise Line, US To Apply: The Assistant Cruise Director is under the direction of the Cruise Director. Assistant Cruise Director is responsible for the supervision of all personnel within the shipside Entertainment Department. Responsible for the supervision of guest related activities including games of chance as it related to the Passenger Programs Entertainment Department. Must be able to fill in for the Cruise Director whenever necessary. This role is responsible for assisting the cruise director in coordinating all entertainment, recreational and social activities as programmed by the cruise director. He/she must serve as an effective liaison between the cruise director and the entertainment/cruise staff department. In addition, he/she must have the ability to work as the liaison between the cruise director and other division heads in a manner, which promotes teamwork, and working toward the common goal of passenger satisfaction. He/she needs to insure that all activities are properly staffed and that events run safely and begin promptly as scheduled. Must have the ability to serve as an effective master of ceremonies. He/she must be familiar with the roles of all cruise staff members, and be prepared to assist with any and all activities. He/she needs to have on file a complete breakdown of responsibilities by activity each day on each specific vessel. He/she needs..

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Job Fair - Tues.,…

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Basic Interview Mistakes No…

Interviews are one of the more challenging and stressful parts of the job search process.  However, through careful planning, research, practice and by avoiding the below mistakes you can help minimize the stress and improve your chances of success.     Arrive late – Being on time means you check in for your interview approximately 10 to 15 minutes before the scheduled time. Do a practice drive to the location a day or two before if you are unsure about how to get there.  If something happens beyond your control that will cause you to be late call the person you are interviewing with to let them know. Write down the contact person’s phone number before you leave for the interview. You don't know the name of the person you are interviewing with – Nothing sets a worse first impression than checking in with the receptionist and not knowing the name of the person you are there to meet with for the interview. Write down the name of the person you will be meeting with when you set up the interview. You don’t understand what the company/organization does – There is absolutely no reason to show up to an interview and not know what the company does. Visit the company’s website and social media accounts to gain an understanding of the what company does.  The information is at your fingertips and..

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