Stony Brook University Job Digest for the Week of October 19th

The listings for position from Stony Brook University have been posted today. There are many positions available, including positions at Long Island University Hospital, the Long Island Veterans Home, and Research Foundation.

Positions include:

  • Clerk
  • Clerk II
  • Research Technician
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Bus Driver
  • Registered Nurse

Stony Brook Job Digest for October 19th

Are you interested in working for an institution of Higher Education? You don’t have to be a professor; everyday universities hire support and paraprofessional staff at great wages with notable benefits. Metro New York & Southern Connecticut HERC (Higher Education Recruitment Consortium) was created with you in mind. Visit the website and see what Universities and Colleges like Columbia University, NYU, Yale, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Stony Brook University, Vassar College are looking for. Look today, and take the right steps toward a brighter future.

Metro New York & Southern Connecticut HERC

Leadership Lessons from a First Responder

Culture is king!  That said, there’s no secret formula for a great culture.  What’s required, however, is paying careful attention to it–being proactive in making it whatever it is that you want.  An important point, though, is not to confuse culture with perks.

Leadership Lessons from a First Responder – Jake Wood (SkipRichard.com)

 

 

New York State Department of Labor Job Bank For the Week Ending 10/06/2014

The New York State Department of Labor Job Bank for the Week ending 10/06/2014 has been posted. The positions are available in Nassau and Suffolk County. If you’re looking for a job, take a look! Your next job may be on this list!

 

New York State Department of Labor Job Bank For the Week Ending 10/16/2014

Social Media Tips for Military in Transition

Look at your work but investigate additional duties and side jobs for relevant achievements too. Think of past successes and create great stories from them.

Social Media Tips for Military in Transition – Patra Frame, Job-Hunt.org

The transition from Military to Civilian requires focus and an appreciation for your own skills that you may not rank as highly. In Patra Frame’s post, she recommends that transitioning veterans focus, translate their military lingo and experience for civilians, ask for help and exhibit CAUTION when venting online.

Interested in Joining a Veterans LinkedIn support network? Check out these groups on LinkedIn:

Veterans Groups on Long Island:

USAJOBS in New York

5 Ways Baby Boomer Job Seekers Can Build an Online Presence

“Another way to get your name and personal brand out there is to comment on top blogs in your industry, Mufson says, adding to sign with your full name and professional title. “It’s an opportunity where you can write something knowledgeable and show you understand who the experts are in your field,”

5 Ways Baby Boomer Job Seekers Can Build an Online Presence (U.S. News and World Report – Money)

Create a LinkedIn profile, comment on websites related to your industry and Google yourself. These simple tips will help you build your online presence.

Why do you need an online presence? Because employers will look for you! Here are a few other tips to build your presence: read articles about your field and share them on LinkedIn. It shows employers that you are up to date with current trends. Do you have business cards? Consider adding the web address to your LinkedIn profile. It will make it easy for employers to find you online, the way you want them to. Not totally comfortable with creating a web presence? Visit sites like DigitalLearn.org,  GCFLearnFree.org, and Onguardonline.org. OnGuard Online is a federal website that can help you identify and avoid scams. Hope this helps!

The 6 Toughest Job Interview Questions Ever

With any job search, your success depends on a stellar interview performance!

The trouble is: to make sure you’re the person they really want to hire, employers are going to throw some difficult questions your way… and you better be prepared with some very good answers.

We spoke with hiring managers and asked them to reveal their toughest interview questions. Here’s what they said:

The 6 Toughest Job Interview Questions Ever – TheSavvyIntern

Do you have an interview coming up soon? Be sure to brush up on the hardest questions you may be expected to answer…be prepared, and be ready!