Monthly Archives: February 2014

Private Jobs in Brentwood

Electricians Recruit Apprentices starting March 5th

Electricians Recruit Apprentices starting March 5th.

The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry of Nassau and Suffolk Counties will conduct a recruitment from March 5, 2014 through February 18, 2015 for 40 electrician apprentices, five electrician (house or residential) apprentices, and five electrical maintenance technician apprentices, State Labor Commissioner Peter M. Rivera announced today.

Applications can be obtained, in person only, at 370 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., the first and third Wednesday of each month, excluding legal holidays, during the recruitment period. All applications must be received no later than 12:00p.m. on February 18, 2015.

Applicant Requirements can be seen by clicking on this link. (For further information, applicants should contact the nearest New York State Department of Labor office or the JATC for the Electrical Industry of Nassau and Suffolk Counties at (631) 434-3939.)

USAJOBS in Suffolk

Social Services Job Fair (Tuesday, February 25th, 2014 3:30pm-6:00pm)

Location: Brentwood Multi-Service Center 555 Washington Avenue Suite 1 Brentwood, NY 11717

Recognized as the #1 Best Company To Work for In New York, the YAI Network is an award-winning, nationally acclaimed network of not-for-profit health and human services agencies dedicated to building brighter futures for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities of all ages and their families. We serve individuals, families, and communities in the NYC metropolitan area, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, and Sullivan Counties within New York State. The most recent additions to our network include services to New Jersey and Puerto Rico. Our full range of services include early intervention, pre-school, family supports, day treatment and day habilitation programs, employment training and placement, clinical and residential services, as well as recreation and camping services.
RECENT AWARDS: Proud recipients of the following awards: – New York State Society for Human Resource Management (NYS SHRM) #1 Best Company to Work For in New York Award – American Psychological Association’s National Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award

SUFFOLK COUNTY JOB FAIR IMMEDIATE INTERVIEWS! Date: Tuesday, February 25th 2014

3:30-6:00pm
Location: Brentwood Multi-Service Center 555 Washington Avenue Suite 1 Brentwood, NY 11717
LIE Westbound service road between Motor Parkway and Commack Road
We currently have job opportunities in our social service programs in Suffolk County: * Residential Counselors (F/T, P/T, AM, PM, Overnight) * Weekend Counselors  * In-home Family Specialists
HS Degree and a Driver’s License required
In return for your hard work and dedication, we offer a strong interdisciplinary team approach, supportive environment, culturally diverse staff, full training, and comprehensive benefits including tuition reimbursement for full-time staff.
If you are unable to attend, fax your resume to 631-952-0598 or email to daniel.dern@yai.org.
For more information about the YAI Network and to view all our employment opportunities, please visit www.yai.org/careers for further information. EOE
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How to Stalk Your Future Employer (Without Being Creepy)

I probably don’t have to tell you that you need to research any role or company you’re applying to. With the amount of information available online, it’s absolutely inexcusable for a candidate not to know the basics before an interview.

But how much, exactly, are you supposed to know? And is there such a thing as knowing too much about a potential employer or hiring manager?…Don’t worry, though—all your investigative research won’t go to waste. Follow these guidelines, and you can continue your employer stalking without being a creep.

How to Stalk Your Future Employer (Without Being Creepy) –Ryan Kahn, via DailyMuse

Company research is very important but knowing a little too much can also cost you the job. Ryan Kahn has some helpful tips on Interview Etiquette when it comes to doing company research. You should absolutely do research on the company. Doing research and looking up information in the form of visiting their website and looking at the LinkedIn profiles of employees, Glassdoor reviews will certainly help you get on the inside track. Knowing the names of the interviewer’s pets and where they spent their last three vacations is overkill. Know where the limits to company research are with Ryan Kahn’s article for Daily Muse.

Private Jobs in Brentwood 2/19/14

The Only Interview Question that Matters

But the real secret ingredient is not the question; that’s just a setup. The most important elements are the details underlying the accomplishment. This is what real interviewing is about — delving into the details.

The Only Interview Question that Matters – BusinessInsider, Lou Adler, Inc.

Want to know the question? If answered correctly, your ability to get the job will be so much greater.

Of course, the question is not the only part that matters. It’s how you create the story to your accomplishment. Was it a challenge? Did you do things that were different, but proved to be successful? Did you have to convince colleagues or managers of your vision? Everyone has an accomplishment they can be proud of, whether you are in College, a person in the middle of their Career, a Career Changer, or any other type of circumstance. If you can calmly and clearly explain to a hiring manager what steps you took to reach your goal (think of the STAR Method for guidance) you will be head and shoulders ahead of others trying to get your job.  You can do this!

What if your greatest accomplishment is not related to the job? If done correctly, you should showcase your all-important transferable skills. Don’t know about transferable skills? Learn more about this through the Department of Labor’s Website, My Skills My Future.