Month: September 2012

Professional Communications and Social Media Webinars – register now for the upcoming training!!

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Communications/Social Media Presented by MSCCN EVENING SESSION 8:30-10 PM EST 10/3

http://armywifenetwork.com/event_register.php?eid=52

Professional Communications/Social Media Presented by MSCCN DAYTIME SESSION 10-11:30 AM EST 10/4

http://armywifenetwork.com/event_register.php?eid=51

Professional Communications and Social Media Webinars – register now for the upcoming training!!

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Communications/Social Media Presented by MSCCN EVENING SESSION 8:30-10 PM EST 10/3

http://armywifenetwork.com/event_register.php?eid=52

Professional Communications/Social Media Presented by MSCCN DAYTIME SESSION 10-11:30 AM EST 10/4

http://armywifenetwork.com/event_register.php?eid=51

Hotels for Heroes !

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The nonprofit Fisher House Foundation administers the “Hotels for Heroes” program in partnership with the Department of Defense in accordance with Public Law 108-375, Section 585, the FY 05 Defense Authorization Act. The program is comprised of individual hotel companies whose travelers donate their hotel points to assist service members and their families. Specifically, Fisher House Foundation provides free hotel rooms to wounded, injured, and ill military men and women who are undergoing treatment at a military or VA medical center and to attend authorized events. All requests for a free hotel room are verified by an authorized government official.

There are two categories of eligible recipients:

  • Service men and women with military authorization may be given a free hotel room while receiving medical care if they are not eligible for government funded reimbursement.
  • Qualifying service men and women may be given a free hotel room to enable their family or close friends to visit them while they are being treated at the medical center.
  • To donate your hotel points, please contact your individual hotel points program.

 


Find Work Wednesday – Hot Jobs (Bank Teller)!

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Tellers are responsible for accurately processing routine transactions at a bank. These transactions include cashing checks, depositing money, and collecting loan payments.

 

Duties

Tellers typically do the following:

  • Count the cash in their drawer at the start of their shift
  • Accept checks, cash, and other forms of payment from customers
  • Answers questions from customers about their accounts
  • Prepare specialized types of funds, such as traveler’s checks, savings bonds, and money orders
  • Exchange dollars for foreign currency
  • Order bank cards and checks for customers
  • Record all transactions electronically throughout their shift
  • Count the cash in their drawer at the end of their shift and make sure the amounts balance.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

Requires High School diploma or a combination of education and experience that provides the necessary skills and knowledge to satisfactorily perform the essential job functions, one to three years related work experience, preferably as a teller, and strong oral communication skills.

 

Are you are interested in working at this week’s Find Work Wednesday – Hot Jobs (Bank Teller)? Positions and thousands of other positions for military affiliated applicants can be found at our Job Seeker’s page.  This week’s opportunities can be found by clicking on “Search for Openings with MSCCN” which the first 14 listed below will be found.  Also, you can find more opportunities (other than the below next 10 opportunities) by clicking on “Search for Job Openings with Job Central National Labor Exchange”.

Simply go to job seeker page listed below and register (provide an e-mail address and create a password) and checkout the limitless job opportunities and/or other free services!

Job Seeker Page: http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html

 
Auto req ID Position Title Job Category City State

 

 
 

72802BR

Teller Banking Fayetteville North   Carolina  
 

72801BR

Teller Banking Washington District   of Columbia  
           
 

72798BR

Teller Banking Kingstowne Virginia  
 

72797BR

Branch   Support Representative Banking Alexandria Virginia  
 

72796BR

Branch   Support Representative Banking Kingstowne Virginia  
 

72794BR

Branch   Support Representative Banking Hanover Maryland  
 

72793BR

Branch   Support Representative Banking Odenton Maryland  
 

72792BR

Branch   Support Representative Banking Jessup Maryland  
 

72790BR

Member   Service Representative (Part Time) Banking Omaha Nebraska  
 

72788BR

Member   Service Representative Banking Omaha Nebraska  
 

72786BR

Operations   Officer Banking Pentagon District   of Columbia  
 

72784BR

Operations   Officer Banking Clarksville Tennessee  
 

72781BR

Branch   Manager Banking Clarksville Tennessee  
           
 

72776BR

Equity   Loan Funder Banking Omaha Nebraska  

                    Teller

M & T Bank (USA)

                    Teller

M & T Bank (USA)

                    Teller

M & T Bank (USA)

                    Branch Manager

M & T Bank (USA)

                    Teller

M & T Bank (USA)

                    Teller

M & T Bank (USA)

                   Bank Teller

Accountemps (Santa Barbara, CA)

                  Teller

M & T Bank (USA)

                 Teller

M & T Bank (USA)

                 Teller (20-30 Hrs/Week)- Union Heights Office

 

Hotel Jobs Network is offering Veterans a program free of charge – A Better Way to Fill a Hospitality Job or Find One

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HOTEL JOBS NETWORK

Hotel Jobs Network is offering  Veterans a  program free of charge to all Veterans, spouses and family members, employers who are in support of our Veterans find jobs by registering on www.hoteljobsnetwork.com to receive applications/resumes of Veterans within a 25-mile radius of the Veterans zip code, no cost to the business who hires a Veteran, spouse or family member, no cost to the Department of Labor and no cost to the Veterans Administration. A total win situation for all parties.

How the program will work?

Veterans, spouses and family members of Veterans and businesses across the country will register on www.hoteljobsnetwork.com. The Veterans Registration information will be matched with local businesses within a 25-mile radius of the Veterans zip code and they will receive the Veterans jobseekers information/resume. Upon completion of the matching process the Veteran, spouse or family member will receive a report from HJN listing the name of the business, contact, title, complete mailing address, telephone number and e-mail address for follow up.

This information will also be sent to all veterans’ representatives (2,200 in the United States) within a 25-mile radius of the Veterans zip code so they are aware of Veterans, spouses and family members who are looking jobs so they can make personal contact to assist them in their search.  They also have the report sent to local businesses with the names of the businesses who received the Veterans jobseeker information so they can make personal contact with the local businesses and assist current and future Veteran jobseekers find jobs.

Find Work Wednesday – Hot Jobs!

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Call Center Position: Incoming Retail Sales

                                 St. Louis, MO – Los Angeles, CA – Camp Pendleton, CA – Coudersport, PA
The position is responsible for representing the customer’s needs and goals to ensure the highest level of quality by projecting a professional company image through phone interaction. Flexible hours, great location, and exceptionally fun work environment!

REQUIREMENTS:

Basic computer skills (navigating multiple windows, Microsoft Office, etc.)

Retail or inside sales experience preferred

Strong  work ethic

Flexible work schedule

To apply for this position email your resume to Erin Voirol at e_voirol@msccn.org.

Are you are interested in working at other related jobs to this week’s Find Work Wednesday – Hot Jobs?  Positions and thousands of other positions for military affiliated applicants can be found at our Job Seeker’s page.  Other opportunities can be found by clicking on “Search for Openings with MSCCN”.  Also, you can find more opportunities (other than the below 20 opportunities) by clicking on “Search for Job Openings with Job Central National Labor Exchange”.

Simply go to job seeker page listed below and register (provide an e-mail address and create a password) and checkout the limitless job opportunities and/or other free services!

Job Seeker Page: http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html

Position Title Job Category    

 

 
73011BR       Retail   Sales Associate – FL, Lake Mary Sales
73012BR Retail   Sales Associate – FL-Deland Sales
73013BR Retail   Sales Associate – MA-Salem Sales
73000BR        Retail   Sales Associate – ND-Grand Forks Sales
73001BR            Retail   Assistant Store Manager -NY-Kingston Management
73006BR Retail   Store Manager – PA-Niskayuna Management
72980BR Retail   Sales Associate -SC-Florence Sales
72979BR Retail   Sales Associate -TX-Conroe Sales
72977BR     Retail   Sales Associate – FL-Coral Springs Sales
72977BR    Retail   Sales Associate – FL-Coral Springs Sales
72976BR Retail   Sales Associate – OH-Cincinnati Sales
72974BR Retail   Sales Associate – MN-Blaine Sales
72972BR Retail   Sales Associate – AR-Fort Smith Sales
72992BR Retail   Sales Associate – CA, Emeryville Sales
72991BR Retail   Sales Associate – CA,Antioch Sales
72990BR Retail   Sales Associate – CA, Oakland Sales
72989BR Retail   Sales Associate – KS-Topeka Sales
72988BR Retail   Sales Associate – MD-Annapolis Sales
72987BR Retail   Sales Associate – MD-Towson Sales
72986BR Retail   Sales Associate – MD-Ocean City Sales

How to Lock that Job – Interview Techniques that Work for You! Wednesday, September 19, 2012 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

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Join us for a training session on interview techniques that will help prepare you to lock that job and walk away from the interview with a feeling of success!

Imagine you have just received an invitation to a job interview. How do you normally feel? Are you elated, inspired and raring to go? Or are you terrified, resigned to your fate and overcome with a sense of impending doom?

Interviews are a fact of modern life and interview skills will be used by us many times throughout our lives. Most jobs are filled as a result of these one-to-one or one-to-a panel meetings between the employer and the best candidates, but interview skills are needed in a variety of situation. Turning natural worries and fears into determination and dynamism is the key to success. Whether you are applying for a job, a promotion, a training programme, or even a bank loan, we all need to know about the processes involved in the interview and how to impress other people at first meeting.

Many people think that it is a pure fluke whether they are successful in interviews or not. To them, the outcome seems to depend on whether the face fits, being in the right place at the right time or some other unidentifiable cause. But the outcome of the interview process is not determined by chance. We can exercise considerable control and influence over the way the interview is conducted and, more important, over the outcome.

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