Monthly Archives: June 2014

4 Job Tips You Must Ignore Now

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Don’t do this unless your prospective job’s culture (Photo By: Paul Downey)

Ignore these 4 Job Search Tips

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Mental Health Therapy Aide Positions Open (High School or GED Required, Entry Level)

The Mental Health Therapy Aide Position has opened. These positions work with the Office of Mental Health, SUNY Downstate and Upstate, and SUNY Stony Brook. The fee to apply is 25$. Click here to view more information and to apply online.

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10 Things that Aren’t on your Resume (But Should Be)

You compete – and win – by including on your resume the achievements, projects and assignments you may have overlooked, or chose not to put on your resume because they were short-term, campus-only related or “not a real job.”

10 Things that Aren’t on your Resume (But Should Be) – YouTern

You may not think it is, but these skills can be put on a Resume. You want to know which? Click on the link to learn more about the overlooked skills that could place you in a Full-Time position!

5 Tips for Job Seekers to Stay Positive

 According to May’s job report from the BLS, the U.S. economy added 217,000 jobs, which is more jobs than the country has ever had before.

Despite the growth in jobs, it can still seem like there aren’t enough opportunities available for job seekers. If you’re feeling a little down and looking for positivity in your search, repeat these five job search mantras after me:

5 Tips for Job Seekers to Stay Positive – Glassdoor Blog

You can do it!

It may be hard to admit that looking for a job is hurting you. But you’re not alone. With help from a number of different agencies, you life can improve. You may be interested in joining a Job-Hunters Club or a class on How to Handle a Job loss. The Patchogue Department of Labor offers both classes. They could be reached at 631-687-4833. They can help you. Job referrals, classes, Career Counselors, a Computer and telephone bank are all available for you at no cost. The Suffolk County One-Stop in Hauppauge (631-853-6600) also offers classes and job-hunting groups. Feeling better and get together with people that want you to feel better!

Nursing Positions Available at Stony Brook Hospital (More than 10 Positions Listed)

Descriptive Title:  Teaching and Research Center Nurse II (FT Multiple Positions) REF#:  UH-S-3000-13-S-4
Budget Title:  same as above State Classified Position
Department:  Emergency Department State Line#:  
Grade:  SG-16 Campus:  Stony Brook University Hospital

Required Qualifications:  Possession of or eligibility for a license to practice as a registered nurse in New York State and one year of post-licensure acute care* nursing experience. A Bachelor degree in Nursing may be substituted for one year of the experience. One year Medical/Surgical experience.

Preferred Qualifications:  BSN, Prior emergency or critical care experience.

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USAJobs (Federal Jobs) on Long Island

NYS Court Officer Trainee Exam OPEN June 19th – Make 67,000 in Two Years

New York State Court Officer-Trainees enter the Academy at Judicial Grade 14.
After successful completion of a two-year traineeship, court officers automatically promote to Judicial Grade 18. The salary range for these two grades as of January 2014 in the New York City Metropolitan area, from hiring rate to maximum, is $39,771 to $67,473. In the upstate regions, the salary range for these two grades as of April 2015 is $41,378 to $72,831. In addition, appointees in New York City, Suffolk, Rockland, Nassau and Westchester Counties receive $3,697 in annual location pay. Appointees in Orange, Dutchess and Putnam Counties receive $1,848 in annual location pay. An annual uniform allowance is also provided.

NYSCourtOfficer (Examination announcement – PDF)