Archive | September, 2005

Website, eCommerce and Office Administrator — US-UT-Lindon

30 September 2005

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SOS Technical is immediately hiring a Website and Office Administrator for our client in Lindon, Utah, Utah County. Our client is a company in the motor-sports industry that runs several successful web ecommerce storefronts. The successful candidate will have the ability to add products to the websites along with provide general office support. For these […]

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Quotable…

29 September 2005

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“We can lick gravity, but sometimes the paperwork is overwhelming.” Werner von Braun

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CIO Mention in eWeek

29 September 2005

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The things you’ll find on Google! I found a mention of our CIO on eWeek from an article written last year: SOS Staffing Services Inc. installed VistaPoint in February when it deployed an IP-based phone system from Mitel Networks Corp., according to Kent Lewin, CIO at the temporary employment company in Salt Lake City. The […]

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Mechanical Designer — AutoCAD — US-UT-Lehi

29 September 2005

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SOS Technical has an immediate need for a Mechanical Designer. Qualifications: Need to understand AutoCAD. The candidate that is needed must have a specialty in HVAC and Plumbing. Job Type: 60-90 day position. However, the right candidate could be permanent. Compensation: Depending on Experience. SOS Technical offers a full range of benefits. To apply send […]

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Telesales Site Director — US-UT-Sandy

29 September 2005

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SOS Technical is immediately hiring a dynamic, driven Telesales Site Director (TSD) for our growing client in Sandy, Utah. DESCRIPTION: * A facilities and sales infrastructure management role, supporting a sales force responsible for selling a variety of services (e.g. warranty upgrades and extensions, support contract renewals or professional services) on behalf of major manufacturers […]

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Work

28 September 2005

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The following was shared with me today by a friend: If you are poor… work. If you are rich… continue to work. If you are burdened with seemingly unfair responsibilities… work. If you are happy… keep right on working. Idleness gives room for doubts and fear. If disappointments come… work. If sorrow overwhelms you, and […]

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What’s In a Name?

28 September 2005

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Seth Godin blogs some interesting data about parents of ethnic decent naming their children very American names. Could it be their parent’s way of hoping to help their children get ahead in life? A recent study (sorry, I’m linkless here) by the government found that distinctly ethnic first names got fewer callbacks on otherwise identical […]

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The Seven Deadly Sins of Interviewing: Sloth

21 September 2005

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2 of 7: Sloth: Laziness, idleness and wastefulness Winging it is never good, particularly in an interview. Be able to show knowledge of your potential employer, awareness of the industry, and the company’s business strategy. The level of detail in your questions should match your experience. If you’re an old industry hand, questions about how […]

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The Seven Deadly Sins of Interviewing: Pride

20 September 2005

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1 of 7 — Pride: An excessive love of self You have years of experience, you’ve earned respect and accolades in your field, but any arrogance will come back to bite you. Remember that seemingly insignificant person you barked at this morning for snagging that prime parking space? Yep, that’s the boss’ assistant. Getting the […]

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Helping Katrina Survivors: New Beginnings

20 September 2005

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At 5:15 PM on Friday, September 2, our Bryan, Texas branch of SOS Staffing was preparing to close up for the weekend when a young man came into the office looking for work. He and his fiance had had to postpone their wedding due to the hurricane in Louisiana. They evacuated and ending up in […]

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