I am interested in working at Calgary Stampede to make some spending money. I looked all over their website and couldn't find ANYTHING about a Maintenance job (cleaning up trash or whatever). I have heard that that is about the only job a teenager can get there. I would really like to make this work out. And help would be appreciated. Thanks!
We are thinking of moving there, and my husband would need a great paying industrial maintenance job. Are there a lot of factories or plants that offer these jobs?
I really want this entry-level city vehicle maintenance job. What do you think most city vehicle maintenance government employer look for in a candidate?
Or something a little more casual?
I have interview for an entry-level city vehicle maintenance job.
Also what do they usually look for in a candidate for such a position?
also what are some good things to say to get some points when they ask why u want to become a city vehicle maintenance man?
I want to develop a maintenance job plan for my plant. pls help if you have a knwoledge of the topic or a link to it.
My resume is filled with Janitorial and Maintenance jobs but I'd like to get out of that field, what type of jobs can I apply for that other employers besides Janitorial jobs would hire me? If I could get into a different field I could apply my many other skills I've acquired. Any ideas or same situations? Thank you very much!
I recent applied for a hotel maintenance job but I dont know what it is or what they do . Please help what do hotel maintenance people do ? And do you need to be experienced?
So i applied to for a maintenance job at an apartment complex. I have the job if I pass a credit check... why are they running it on me for maintenance and what are they looking for exactly...and will a 1 time apartment problem that happened 3 years cause a problem for me if it concerns a little money?
What is the easiest to get, least deployed, least maintenance job in the entire US ARMED FORCES? I WANT SERIOUS REPLIES ONLY.
I just swore in to the airforce and got put into DEP, and my recruiter gave me a list of jobs that I qualified for, out of those jobs I put these in order of highest priority
3.)Explosive Ordnance Disposal
4.)Missile and Space Systems Electronic Maintenance
and the last 5 were various other aircraft maintenance jobs I had to list for the sake of having a back up if I didn't get any of the other 5
Im aware that federal law enforcement also requires a bachelors degree, but im just curious to see if anyone benefited from any prior work in these jobs and went off to be FBI or something, my recruiter kept feeding me these stories of how EOD and Security forces will help gain such work in the civilian world, but i'd like to hear from someone whos actually done it
any info helps, thanks :)
I am applying for a lifeguard position at the local water park, and i am also considering applying for a park maintenance job if they fill all the Lifeguard spots. But i really have no idea what someone with park maintenance would even do. Is it harder than lifeguarding or just different? Do you still spend a lot of time outdoors? Give a choice, which job would you choose?
I want fly... I was thinking Aerial Gunner, Load Master, Aircraft Armament Systems Apprentice, or and Air Craft Maintenance job. I want to have an exciting job were I get to be flying around in Air Craft. So what would be the best job for me?
I'm applying at a small town casino. Do I really need a resume? I don't have any previous work experience nor things to brag about from high school. I feel as though if I do turn in a resume I wouldn't get the job because they would see me as way too serious for someone looking for a part-time maintenance job. If I do, can someone point me in the right direction for making one?
I recently bought a 2004 Hyundai Elantra with 78 K Kms. on it. It is still under warranty. Would you recommend going to Pennzoil Oil change centres for oil change and preventive maintenance jobs or should I take my car to the dealer for the same. Thanks for any suggestions.
I am an electric motor control technician. I am entry level and someday want to become a PLC technician. I want to troubleshoot and maintain these systems. Most electrical maintenance jobs require PLC trouble shooting skills. My question is, do i need a degree to be a PLC technician. Also does anyone know where to get PLC training.
I originally wanted military police and that is still the only thing that sounds interesting, but sadly I will not be 19 upon completion of the MOS training. I do not want to wait until next year to go to boot camp, so I am considering this electronics maintenance job. I am good with electronics, but I would like to know what exactly you do in this area.
So I'm an idiot, I almost have an Assoicates degree in Accounting and will do the Bachelors to make my family happy, but the only reaosn I pass the classes is because I have the books in front of me and can look up the answers I can't remeber anything. So is there a job where I can learn the job on the job and make good money, or am I just completely screwed from ever having a good job and shoud just give up now and keep the stupid maintenance job I haver now, it pays 11.83 and tops out at 19.40, but I only get .23 cents raises each year, and that if I get top scores on my review.
The government can't run much right. I have family members that work for the post office that say the government has been making it hard to work. As in making more levels of bureaucracy to do simple maintenance jobs. What would our health care system be like if the government controlled everything?
Can anyone give me an average time frame between when I hand in the signature page, and when I can get my training dates? It's a maintenance job, so its not a top secret clearance, just a regular secret clearance.
Considering this is a person to person thing, if there is no "average" time frame than how long did it take for you? Or anyone you knew that has one.
What is the safest length or height to be using an extenson ladder?
I see one for sale and it is 28 feet and two pieces. There are also different angles at which to lean the ladder. The shorter ladder I have, was used last year and I guess the angle to the ground was too small (where 90 degrees would be perpendicular and straight up) because it would wobble side to side as they climbed up it. It should have been closer to 90 degrees than say, for example, 45 degrees with the ground.
I'll put this in maintenance, since ladders are used in maintenance jobs of various kinds.
So, in use, when fully extended, a two piece 28 foot ladder won't get you but maybe 25 feet up. That leaves 3 feet above what it is leaning on. But, shouldn't some of the top piece and bottom piece overlap "x" number of feet?
Hypothetical: Can a 28 foot extension ladder reach the top of a building 28 feet off the ground? The answer is no unless it is fully extended and 90 degrees to the ground or straight up. So if not 28 feet, then how high can you safely get with a 28 foot extension ladder? Thanks.
As you extend the two pieces and get closer and closer to full extension isn't there a limit where top piece should overlap the bottom?