How can i become a residential home manager?
My manager is 27yrs and has no nvq what so ever!!? Is doing a nvq now.
It is a family run home so i think thats why :(
What do i need to study or do to get a managers job in a care home ( eldely or support)
Actually i m appearing in an interview designated for client sevice manager .can someone tell me about important tips .i would be highly obliged.
OK, it has been two weeks. I followed up with a quick note asking if they received all they needed a week later & did not hear back yet. It is an account manager position, needing high level of customer service, in support of web & database services for the auto industry. I worked as IT Manager in an auto group which used it and helped them do countless hours of end user troubleshooting when they were developing & changing their product. I don't know people to call & they don't want calls any way.They just reposted the job. How should I follow up? Do I resend the whole package (they wanted a short cover letter too)? Do you think they just want more candidates, or does it bode worse than that? I really like the company & want to work for them. How should I approach it?
I just want to know the variety of jobs that an Accounting graduates can get either when they just get their degree or when they have 3-5 years experience. I want to see what types of jobs are there in the Accounting field.
My husband is in the mortgage industry, working for a mortgage broker. He's on commission only and for the last 3 months he hasn't had any closings. Now with the mortgage crisis, I doubt this would pick up anytime soon. He doesn't want to quit doing this, but I am about to kick him out the door if he doesn't start bringing money to the family. My teacher salary is not enough to support us. What is a a decent paying job, part time, that he would be able to apply for and get hired right away (within the next week!). He has been in car sales, has experience as a Parts/Service Manager at a dealer, and now has been working as a loan officer. He doesn't want to return to the car business because of the low comissions in my area and the killer hours. He hated working on a "draw".
Please no work at home options. Real JOBS only.
March 6, 2006 I went to court and was ordered to pay $764.00 a month child support until my son turned 18 on September 18, 2006. The judge made the support effective to February 2006. The wage garnishment finally took place in April and I was thus exactly 2 months in arrears ( $1528.00). The wage garnishment was $864.00 a month, beginning in April, and the same through September at which point I had paid $600.00 towards the arrearage leaving an arrearage of $928.00. The wage garnishment has continued with $432.00 being taken on 10/15, $362.50 being taken on 10/30, and $362.50 being taken on 11/15. Applying these last three payments to the arrearage of $928.00 leaves an amount of $229.00 of overpayment which Child Support Services now owes me. I spoke with the CSS account manager and she indicated that the wage garnishment will stay in effect, not agreeing with my calculations of arrearage. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure my arrearage. A 5th grader could calculate it.
I'm tired of having a job where I sit on my butt all day. I'm curious what jobs will get me moving around a bit more. Besides being a fitness trainer, which I don't see myself doing.
Please include careers that require specific educational tracks, as well as general answers. I am hoping to go back to school soon.
What are the different jobs that are available in airlines? i am not really interested in being a pilot or an air hostess.Any other line of work besides these two?And also please state the academic qualifications.
Does good customer service make you a customer? What makes you return to a certain store or business?
I am applying for the Sales Support Representative position at AT&T. The HR manager asked if I would like to visit the store that I might be working at and spend a few hours learning what the job is like.
The position will involve mostly inventory, back-of-the-store work with some aspects of customer service. Has anyone worked in this position before and could you recommend several questions to ask the manager while I'm there? Thanks
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I just started my job a little under a month ago. I know a 'shift leader' needs to know how to do all the positions (cook, drive through, front cashier), count the drawers, do the cash drop, count inventory, and waste. Is there anything else I would need to know? I currently work at a set schedule, if i became a shift leader, would that change? Are there any tests or time requirements for the position? Thanks!
I have applied for a sales assistant job at a clothing shop I have an interview next week and am wondering what type of questions should I expect them to ask. They also said they tend to hire on personality
What should I expect to be asked?
The manager at a bbb accredited roofing company really wants me to work there, as I have excellent exlerience in sales. Anybody know what its like?
I really want to have a job working with the poor because I want to make a difference in some way, but instead of being a fundraiser I want to go out there and just help people (but without being a volunteer because I'll need to make a living) ... Any ideas??? Thanks :)
I need a job. I can only work sitting down. i have no desire to go back to school.
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
I'm hoping to enter the job market very soon after a long stint as a homemaker. I have some customer service and technical editor experience under my belt from a trillion years ago, but that's about it. I need to somehow manage to find a job to support a family on nothing more than a bachelor's degree in a useless major [Anthropology] and very little work or technical experience. Is it possible in this market? What areas/occupations should I look into?
I mean, like a job that pays for your hotel, meals, & airfare expenses when you work for their company.
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.