The Detroit Native Sun Newspaper Group LLC seeks to hire 5 sales people to sell advertising for radio, TV and newspaper. Most reps average $15 to $25 per hour. Qualified appointments/leads are provided. Commissions paid weekly. Bonuses available. Great earning opportunity. Must have friendly attitude. No experience is needed. Willing to train the right person. Must have reliable transportation. Call (313)457-5944 or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Iron Street Barber Shop is looking for professional locticians, estheticians, stylists, make-up artists, barbers, braiders and nail technicians for busy salon near downtown Detroit. Located minutes away from the River Walk and Belle Isle. Call (313)608-3000 for inquiries or email resume and portfolio to email@example.com for an interview and mock style try out.
Engine Sub Assembly Builder - 8943021
An Engine Sub Assembly Builder is needed to work in Plymouth, MI. Day Shift: 7:00am - 4:00pm (or 6:00pm with overtime), Monday - Friday with some Saturday's Up to $25/hr depending on experience. Company builds custom high performance engines for automotive and marine racing. Engine Sub Assembly Builder is responsible sub-assembly tasks supporting engine component assembly and inspection; for example building cylinder heads. Major Areas of Responsibility: Disassembly, cleaning, quality checking, crack testing using nondestructive methods. Make quality decisions based on known life/usage and condition of the parts Measurement, preparation re-assembly and test of various sub-assemblies to a defined standard and specification. Engine and component record keeping to procedures. Must be have full knowledge of measuring equipment and be very detail and service oriented. Experience Required: High School diploma or equivalent 1 to 3 years of recent engine building experience in a low volume or custom application is preferred. Must pass drug test. Please e-mail your resume to Jobs@sentechservices.com or apply online at sentechservices.com
Production Assembly Associate FT – 8947546
Several Production Assembly Associates are needed to work full time in Saline, MI. Duties include Packaging assemblies into shipping containers. Creating auto parts. Performing repetitive workstation operations. Must be reliable and have dependable transportation. Excellent opportunity for advancement with benefits available upon permanent hire! All shifts available. Apply email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Please reference job title in subject line.
Small Part Assembly - 3899543
Client in the Pontiac and Auburn Hills area is looking for production, machine operator and assembler. Starting pay $ 10.00 All qualified individuals may apply in person Monday - Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm at 2685 Lapeer Rd. Auburn Hills, MI 48326 (You must bring two pieces of ID)
General Production Labor - 5571106
General Production Laborers are needed to work in Troy, Mi manufacturing systems for plastic injection molding machines. Pay rate: $14 - $17.60/hr 2nd shift: 5:30 pm - 2/3 am Avg. hours: 45-56 hrs./ week Seeking good general shop experience. Must be able to read basic blue prints. Must be able to read measuring gages - mics, calipers etc. Must have ability to use hand tools such as hammer, hex key wrenches, torque wrenches etc. Will be trained to hone and plug manifolds, assemble manifolds and wire. Ability to operate crane or fork lift would be a plus. Must pass drug test. Please e-mail your resume to Jobs@sentechservices.com or apply online at sentechservices.com
General Labor - 4525862
Advanced Heat Treat Corp. is looking for a part-time employees for General Laborer duties to work one day either Saturday or Sunday and flexible other hours through the week. Other days through the week can be determined based on the candidate’s schedule/ college schedule. The total hours to work through the week will be approximately 25 hours. Candidates will be required to take a general skills test. One year industrial experience preferred, but attitude and ability to work the hours needed will be priority. Ability to operate fork truck also preferred, but will train right individual. The pay is $12 hour. Fill out company application at 1625 Rose Street, Monroe, MI 48162. A general skills test will also be required.
General Labor - 8971484
We are currently seeking a 1st shift General Labor in Wixom, MI. The General Labor machine operator produces parts by operating non-CNC machinery while maintaining quality and safety standards. The General Labor machine operator will also follow written procedures, record production, perform basic measurement skills. Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 6:00 am to 4:30 pm $12.00/HR Full Time. Requires up to 2 years’ experience in manufacturing environment operation, High School diploma / GED, Good math skills, Understanding of basic machine shop measuring procedures (micrometers, calipers, height stands, surface finish gauges, etc.) This is a Temp-To- Hire Opportunity Please send resumes to email@example.com
Customer Service – 8854773
A Customer Service Representative is needed to work full time in Troy. Duties include: Sets up and sustains a good rapport with our customer’s follow-up personnel. Maintains point of contact with customers, fellow workers, and common carriers utilizing Email, EDI, the Internet, proprietary telecommunications, facsimile transmissions, and other communication channels as specified by our customers including Web portals and Web sites. Responsible for customer order management including receiving customer orders and accurately processing them through the order entry system; order promising, order picking, shipping, billing, and reconciliation of customer accounts. Must have Working knowledge of IBM midrange computer systems such as the AS400, I-Series, or Power systems and experience utilizing Enterprise Resource Planning software and knowledge of Microsoft Office Products. Must be able to pass a drug screening and background check. The pay is $20 hour. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receptionist – 8971471
We are currently seeking a Part Time Receptionist in Canton, MI! The ideal candidate will be performing combined roles working under the supervision of both the Human Resources and Customer Service Department. Within the Receptionist position, the employee is responsible for answering telephone calls, handing incoming and outgoing mail, greeting visitors, performing general office duties, and furnishing clerical support for the office staff of the Company. Hours: Monday-Friday, 12:00pm to 4:30pm Pay: $12.00-$12.50/HR Requirements: High School Diploma. Proficient user of Microsoft Office Suite, experience in Excel is a requirement. Familiar with ERP system, preferably SAP. Excellent math/calculation skills. Highly organized and time conscious. Self-motivated and result oriented. Team orientated to solve problems and achieve goals. Please send resumes to email@example.com
Five ways to blow your
next job interview
(StatePoint) The unemployment rate in the U.S. is at an all-time low, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics, and many employers are struggling to find skilled workers. To overcome the challenge, companies are connecting with job candidates using emerging technologies, like video interviewing.
Video interviewing can be daunting, and it’s easy to make crucial mistakes that will ensure you don’t get that next job -- but it doesn’t have to be!
To prepare, keep in mind these five “don’ts,” from the experts at Randstad US, one of the largest HR services and staffing companies in the country.
1. Don’t forget to wear a shirt. Rather than sitting across from the person conducting your interview, you can sit in whatever quiet place you choose. However, it’s still important to dress the part. Your appearance should be similar to how you would look for an in-person interview.
“Under no circumstances should you complete a video interview in a t-shirt -- or worse, without a shirt at all. Yes, we have actually seen this,” says Greg Dyer, president of Randstad Commercial Staffing.
2. Don’t choose the wrong location. Coffee shops can be a great place to catch up on work, but they’re not so great for video interviews due to background noise and other distractions. Opt for a quieter location, like your own home. If you live somewhere close to construction or noisy sirens, look into reserving a room at your local library. And, if all else fails, consider investing in a noise-cancelling headset. Don’t let a jackhammer upstage you!
3. Don’t forget to tidy up. Before you settle into your interview, take stock of what’s going on behind you. It may be time to take down that psychedelic band poster or toss those empty soda cans sitting around. You should be the star of your interview -- not your clutter.
4. Don’t pick your nose. Don’t do anything during your video interview that you wouldn’t do during an in-person interview. This means picking your nose, responding to text messages, and yes, going to the restroom. Approach your video interview with the same level of professionalism that you’d approach an in-person interview. And if you live in a busy household, don’t forget to lock the door. You don’t want your family members barging in mid-interview.
5. Don’t let your battery die. You really only need two things to successfully complete a video interview: a phone or computer with a camera and a reliable internet connection. Avoid sabotaging yourself, and make sure your device is fully charged and your internet is running without disruption prior to the start of your interview.
“The growing use of video interviews is a no-brainer in today’s always-connected world,” says Dyer. “Once you get past the learning curve, it’s a win-win for both job seekers and employers. Video interviewing is convenient and, best of all, fast. Most video interviewing technologies work on smartphones, which makes an interview on your 30-minute break much more feasible.”
For more tips and tricks to help you land your dream job, visit randstadusa.com.
Job searching? Be prepared for the possibility of a video interview and get a leg up by learning to avoid the most common mistakes.