Month: November 2012
Would you like to have a job that helps our Nation’s Heroes? This week’s Find Work Wednesday’s Jobs can do just that!
Help us serve our nation’s heroes by becoming a Military & Family Life Counseling (MFLC)-credentialed counselor. The MFLC Program provides short-term, situational, problem-solving, non-medical, “walk-around” life counseling services to approximately 2.5 million active duty military members serving in all branches of the military, as well as the National Guard and Reserves, and their family members serving in the United States and abroad. By participating in the program, you may have the opportunity to support troops during short-term events (from 1 to 30 days in duration) or to be an ongoing presence at a base for up to six months at a time. You will have the opportunity to accept assignments as they become available and will not be required to fulfill an assignment that you do not want.
In order to perform MFLC duties, all counselors must meet certain quality and credentialing requirements, including evidence of licensure, confirmation of education, successful completion of a criminal history background check, as well as successful completion of a comprehensive Magellan MFLC training program.
MFLC counselors are available to support service and family members in dealing with problems of daily living and/or finding resources to practical and behavioral needs that they experience.
Candidates must be licensed at the Independent Level and have at least 2 years’ experience
Qualified candidates should email email@example.com to express interest in being a part of the Magellan solution for MFLC. Below are listed over 30 opportunities throughout the Country.
If you are looking for other opportunities then simply go to our job seeker page http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html and register (provide an e-mail address and create a password) and checkout the limitless job opportunities and/or other free services!
We are not one of those anonymous job boards which collect millions of resumes that gather dust for months on end. We have employment recruiter experts who live the military life that you do, who understand FULLY your needs and expectations.
We will actually call and write to you within 24 hours of your resume upload. Imagine that! One-one-One personal service! Our services are no-cost to all military-affiliated applicants.
|Pine Bluff Arsenal||AR|
|Yuma Proving Ground||AR|
|MCRD San Diego||CA|
|– Fort Stewart||GA|
|Pope Army Field||NC|
|MCAS Cherry Point||NC|
|Naval Weapons Station Earle,||NJ|
|Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek||VA|
How important do you view Interviews? Ever walked away for an interview and thought you had nailed it but you did not get the job?
Want to know what you need to do in the interview? Then join us on November 28, 2012 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST for a training session (How to Lock that Job — Interview Techniques that Work for You!) 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 program, 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! 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! Register at http://www.msccn.org/Training/OnLineTrainingCalendar.htm
Proposed 2013 pay charts which are only waiting on final approval and the President’s signature. You can check them out at http://themilitarywallet.com/2013-military-pay-chart
Thanksgiving is upon us — a beautiful holiday where we gather with our families and give thanks to the Almighty for our health, our situation and our freedom from oppression. In 1620, William Bradford gave thanks at the first Thanksgiving on this great continent. They had survived a treacherous crossing and landed safely in northern Virginia, on Cape Cod. There was plenty of game, no one was lost in the passage, and the Native population seemed very friendly toward the Englishmen. And so they gave thanks to God for the blessings He has bestowed upon them.
This Thanksgiving, as we gather with family and friends over some turkey to celebrate the blessings in our lives. Especially for the health and safety of my loved ones and the brave men and women of our armed services overseas protecting our freedoms and our Nation. Let us not forget the many soldiers away from their families during this time and that their sacrifices so that we can enjoy the blessing of peace at Home. God bless America, our military and their families.
May the faith and conviction of George Washington be renewed in us as we remember his words:
…there is no truth more thoroughly established than that there exits in the economy and course of nature an indissoluble union between virtue and happiness; between duty and advantage; between the genuine maxims of an honest and magnanimous policy and the solid rewards of public prosperity and felicity; since we ought to be no less persuaded that the propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained…
Employment of human resources specialists is expected to grow 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Business-and-Financial/Human-resources-specialists.htm#tab-6
Human resources specialists recruit, screen, interview, and place workers. They also may handle human resources http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Business-and-Financial/Human-resources-specialists.htm#tab-6 work in a variety of other areas, such as employee relations, payroll and benefits, and training.
If you are interested in a Human Resource and/or similar related jobs then you need to check us out and we will provide the Free personal touch. These positions and thousands of other positions for military affiliated applicants can be found at our Job Seeker’s page. If you would like an idea of the types of jobs to look at check out this week’s Find Work Wednesday positions and thousands of other positions for military affiliated applicants can be found at http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html
The first six opportunities can be found by clicking on “Search for Opening with MSCCN”. The remaining six jobs can be found by clicking on “Search for Job Openings with Job Central National Labor Exchange”.
Simply go to job seeker page http://www.msccn.org/JobSeekers/JobSearch.html and register (provide an e-mail address and create a password) and checkout the limitless job opportunities and/or other free services!
We are not one of those anonymous job boards which collect millions of resumes that gather dust for months on end. We have employment recruiter experts who live the military life that you do, who understand FULLY your needs and expectations. We will actually call and write to you within 24 hours of your resume upload. Imagine that! One-one-One personal service! Our services are no-cost to all military-affiliated applicants.
|Auto ID||Position Title||Job Category||City||State|
|76139BR||Mult Func HR Sr Mgr||Human Resources||Uniondale||New York|
|74832BR||HR & Safety Manager||Human Resources||Baltimore||Maryland|
|76175BR||Program Management Mgr||Management||Nashville||Tennessee|
|75423BR||Assistant Staffing Coordinator||Health/Medical other||Loudoun County||Virginia|
|75422BR||Assistant Staffing Coordinator||Health/Medical other||Fairfax County||Virginia|
|75421BR||Assistant Staffing Coordinator||Health/Medical other||Arlington||Virginia|
|Service Manager, HCB||Manager||Human Resources||Schofield||WI|
|DC Human Resource Generalist – Tracy (76496)||HR Generalist||Human Resources||Tracy||CA|
|Talent Manager||Manager||Human Resources||Auburn Hills||MI|
|Staffing Coordinator – Temporary||Coordinator||Human Resources||Ca San||CA|
|Records Management Specialist CCE||Management||Human Resources||Mathews||NC|
|PT Grant Development Officer||Development Officer||Human Resources||Charlotte||NC|
Then expand Your Opportunities via LinkedIn through the upcoming on-line “Skills Training: Social Media” training November 21!
LinkedIn is the most widely known and used platform for professional networking. Creating and maintaining an updated professional profile has helped many individuals in making key connections for employment opportunities and marketing themselves to prospective employments looking for new talent.
According to recruiters Nationwide, 92% of them use LinkedIn to screen potential applicants and identify talent who may not have applied directly for the position to recruit them directly. 85% of companies have hired an applicant off of LinkedIn. With these staggering statistics it is imperative that you learn how to market yourself appropriately on social media and learn how to use LinkedIn as a resource that will assist you in obtaining employment.
Join MSCCN and CASY’s Director of Communications Amy Rossi for a very informative and FREE Virtual Training session all about Social Media. Wednesday November 21 at 1pm EST. Register NOW, Space is Limited!
Due to the large demand and interest in LinkedIn, MSCCN/CASY offers a workshop on how to use LinkedIn while seeking employment or career advancement. Check the training calendar to register for our LinkedIn focused training on November 21 at 1pm EST. RSVP today at http://www.msccn.info