Archive | June, 2005

The 25 most difficult job interview questions

30 June 2005

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Prepping for a job interview, and stressed? If you haven’t lied on your resume, and you haven’t lied about your skills in a screening, then don’t worry.  Just be yourself and have fun with it (in the professional sense, of course).  The person interviewing you is as interested in locating the right person as you […]

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Announcing our JobCast

30 June 2005

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We’re excited to announce that we’re testing a concept of podcasting—saving digital audio recordings here to our weblog so you can download and listen to them or simply stream them from our website. We will be announcing new jobs, interviewing consultants we work with, and also talking with business leaders, executives and hiring managers as […]

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AutoCAD Draftsman — US-UT-Payson

30 June 2005

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3 week contract position, direct hire position for the right candidate working in a process design firm that specializes in piping and process flow for the food and beverage industry. Job Duties: Convert hand-drawn process-flow diagrams into line-drawings using AutoCAD 2000i. Compensation: $11.00 to $16.00 per hour, commensurate with experience. Qualified Contractor must have a […]

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Program Manager — US-UT-Spanish Fork

30 June 2005

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Our client has an immediate opening for a qualified Program Manager who plans, organizes, and manages an assigned product line from conceptual stages through product life cycles to optimize profit while meeting marketing, financial, and corporate growth objectives. This is a direct-hire position. Full benefits are available and relocation would be considered for the right […]

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Planner/Buyer — US-UT-Spanish Fork

30 June 2005

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Our client is hiring a good Buyer/Planner to join their team full-time. As the Planner/Buyer you will coordinate the procurement and distribution of materials, parts, equipment, and supplies for the organization. You will report to the Materials Manager, and work on a cross-functional team. Job Duties: Coordinate all activities related to procurement of a commodity […]

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Junior and Senior Java Engineers — US-UT-Orem (North Orem)

30 June 2005

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An immediate position is now open for three Java Engineers at either junior or senior engineering levels. To land this great opportunity with a growing company, show that you are a problem-solver, that you can really think critically, and that you?ll be an energetic and enthusiastic member of our team. Show us what you?ve got! […]

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CNC Machinist with Programming and Setup — US-UT-Spanish Fork

29 June 2005

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MP3 File Come and work in one of the most advanced machine shops in the USA! Our client is immediately seeking 4-5 skilled CNC machinists from across America to work in their state-of-the-art Spanish Fork, Utah facility. This is a direct-hire position with full benefits, training, and overtime. Relocation is available for the right candidate(s). […]

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Entry Level CNC Machinist — US-UT-Spanish Fork

29 June 2005

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MP3 File A good, entry-level CNC Machinist is needed to work with our client in Spanish Fork, Utah. This is a direct-hire position with benefits. You will run both axis 4 and 5 mills, and you will work in one of the most advanced machine shops in the USA, and you will be taught what […]

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Monster a Tempting Target; CEO Not Selling

28 June 2005

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In the online job-hunting space, nobody rivals the Monster Board. Period. But there is speculation that other services like Career Builder, HotJobs and even eBay are wanting to purchase the company. In light of that, Monster CEO Andrew McKelvey says they’re not selling. “We intend to keep our independence,” McKelvey said recently to Barron’s… “McKelvey […]

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Link: Coroflot

28 June 2005

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I found a good site for designers and people trying to find designers: http://www.coroflot.com/

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