Positions in Brentwood Area

Warehouse Positions in Brentwood Area – Click Here

41 Jobs in this search, including Estee Lauder, NBTY, Amneal Pharmaceuticals, and Lumber Liquidators.

Nursing Positions in Brentwood Area – Click Here

225 Jobs in this search, including North Shore Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Winthrop University Hospital, Mt. Sinai, among others.

Entry-Level Positions in Brentwood Area – Click Here

31 Jobs in this search with various companies in various Entry Level Positions.

Everything You Need to Know About Submitting a Resume

Job seekers are constantly asking questions about the mechanics of submitting a resume to an employer: What file format should a resume be in? Should the cover letter be attached to the email, or sent in the body of the email itself? Does it matter what the file is named?

Everything You Need to Know About Submitting a Resume – US News and World Reports

Allison Green, the popular blogger from Ask a Manager, puts together some helpful tips on what you need to know before submitting a Resume.

Last Day to Apply as a TSO Agent


Today is the last day to apply as a Transportation Security Officer in Queens, NY. View the video to understand what it’s like to be a TSO.

Click here to link you  to USAJobs to start the application process.

Laborers Recruit Apprentices

Roslyn Heights, NY (March 13, 2014) - The United Plant & Production Workers, Local Union #175, will conduct a recruitment from April 15, 2014 through March 31, 2015 for six skilled construction craft laborer apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Peter M. Rivera announced today.

Please note that the openings listed for apprentices represent the total number for the New York City, Long Island, and Mid-Hudson regions.  This program’s jurisdiction includes the counties of Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond, Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester.

Applications may be obtained at the United Plant & Production Workers, Local Union #175, 99 Mineola Avenue, Roslyn Heights, NY from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. every Tuesday, excluding legal holidays, during the recruitment period.

The Committee requires that applicants:

  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Must have at least a 10th grade education.
  • Must sign a statement indicating that he/she is physically able to perform the work of a skilled construction craft laborer, which includes:
  • Working an 8-hour day continually on his/her feet.
  • Lifting and carrying weights in excess of 95 lbs. for extended periods.
  • Working in severe weather conditions and extreme temperatures.
  • Working in restrictive or confined spaces.
  • Working at heights of 20 feet on scaffolds or platforms.
  • Working in ditches or trenches up to 20 feet in depth.

For further information, applicants should contact their nearest New York State Department of Labor office or United Plant & Production Workers Local Union #175 at (516) 487-3110.

Apprentice programs registered with the Department of Labor must meet standards established by the Commissioner.  Under state law, sponsors of programs cannot discriminate against applicants because of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, disability, or marital status.  Women and minorities are encouraged to submit applications for apprenticeship programs.  Sponsors of programs are required to adopt affirmative action plans for the recruitment of women and minorities.

5 Lessons I’ve Learned From Being Laid Off

Staying positive and focusing on all the things I’d missed while working has taken the sting out of the initial shock of being laid off. I’m choosing to look at this as a well-earned break with ample time to research my next move—at least until I’m dipping into my 401(k) or relocating to a trailer park.

5 Lessons I’ve Learned From Being Laid Off – The Muse

Staying positive after a lay-off is hard. We associate our jobs as a part of ourselves. Professional networks become a second family. Knowing that we won’t be able to listen to or talk about our work is incredibly difficult to realize. Sometimes, our job is more than our job. It’s our passion.

We’re here for you.

We’ve spoken to and seen patrons from all walks of life come in to the library. For whatever reason, they’re there because they need help. As librarians, we can direct the members of our community to places that can serve the role of a Career Counselor or a Life Coach. We can also provide and teach the tools to success in your career. That’s why we want to help: because we are here in your town, for you. We have the tools and the knowledge to do so.

Elizabeth Alterman has written an excellent article on lessons learned after being laid off. Give it a read and think about how it can help you improve your chances of getting a job.

Private Jobs in Brentwood

How to Use Failure to Ignite Your Career

So let yourself go through the process, whatever that means for you, but don’t do it alone. Tell people about your failures. Ask them for advice. Use failure to think about what you really want and other ways you can still get there.

How to Use Failure to Ignite Your Career – TheSavvyIntern

Determination through failure is a strength that can be cultivated. The most important Career Skill is respect. After developing these important skills for yourself, you will succeed!