Monthly Archives: July 2012

Jobs in Brentwood – 7/31 Edition

This is the Jobs in Brentwood edition for July 31st. The criteria (using  the advanced search functions) are as follows:

  • Jobs within 5 Miles of Brentwood
  • Full Time
  • By Employer (No Temporary/Contract Jobs)

Click here to view the Jobs Listed –

Click here to view the Jobs Listed –

Want to learn how to use the advanced Search Functions of various Job Sites? Come to the Seminar “Advanced Job Searching” to cut out the wrong jobs, and find yourself the right one!


New Link – New York State DOT Jobs

A new link has been added to the Government Agencies and Civil Service Category on the right hand side of the page. Titled ‘NYS Department of Transportation Jobs’, this link will give you direct access to permanent, seasonal, and internship opportunities with the Department of Transportation.

10 Pieces of Lame Job-Search Advice By ALISON GREEN

Some pieces of advice you may have heard, but should ignore

Leonardo da Vinci’s Resume « Recruiting & Job Search, New York City Start-up blog by Marc Cenedella

Before he was famous, before he painted the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper, before he invented the helicopter, before he drew the most famous image of man, before he was all of these things, Leonardo da Vinci was an artificer, an armorer, a maker of things that go “boom”.

And, like you, he had to put together a resume to get his next gig. So in 1482, at the age of 30, he wrote out a letter and a list of his capabilities and sent it off to Ludovico il Moro, Duke of Milan.

I’m a hopeless pedantic, so of course I’m going to take this opportunity to let you know what you can learn from Leonardo’s resume…You’ll notice he doesn’t recite past achievements. He doesn’t mention the painting of the altarpiece for the Chapel of St Bernard; he doesn’t provide a laundry list of past bombs he’s built; he doesn’t cite his prior employment in artist Andrea di Cione’s studio.No, he does none of these things, because those are about his achievements, and not about the Duke’s needs.

via Leonardo da Vinci’s Resume « Recruiting & Job Search, New York City Start-up blog by Marc Cenedella.

How to make your job duties sound waaaayyy better

New State Civil Service Examinations Open

The New York State Department of Civil Service, at your request, is
alerting you that the following examination announcements have been
added to our website recently.

Open-Competitive Continuous Recruitment Examination Announcements:

20-080, Public Health Engineer 1 [formerly Assistant Sanitary Engineer]
20-081, Public Health Engineer 2 [formerly Senior Sanitary Engineer]

20-973, Pharmacy Consultant

20-195, Medical Technologist 1

20-171, Licensed Respiratory Therapist 1 [formerly Respiratory
20-949, Medical Specialist 1
20-950, Medical Specialist 2
20-791, Rehabilitation Technologist 1
20-792, Rehabilitation Technologist 2
20-973, Rehabilitation Technologist 3

Promotion Continuous Recruitment Examination Announcement:

30-102, Public Health Engineer 2 [formerly Senior Sanitary Engineer]

New Category: Government Agencies & Civil Service

I’ve added a new category to the links section on the right hand side of this page titled “Government Agencies & Civil Service”. These links will take you directly to the Civil Service websites of our various County, State and Municipalities. You don’t have to do any guesswork with trying to figure out where Civil Service positions are listed; they are right on this website.

He añadido una nueva categoría a la sección de enlaces en la parte derecha de esta página titulado “Las agencias gubernamentales y Servicio Civil”. Estos enlaces le llevarán directamente a los sitios web de Servicio Civil de nuestro Estado, Condados, y Municipios. Usted no tiene que averiguar donde las posiciones del Servicio Civil se enumeran, sino que están en este sitio web.