Can someone who has either worked in a radio station or has had or is a promotion assistant for a radio station tell me what kind of responsibilities you have for this job? Also, what are some other positions that radio stations have and what is the average pay?
A girl I know works as a promotion assistant for a radio station and wanted to recommend me a job for that same position as well and she said she makes about $25 an hour. Does this sound right? I thought that radio station jobs do not pay well.
Because radio station jobs seem like they don't pay well my POINT of this question was to ask if anyone else who is in the industry or knows about it can tell me if getting paid 25 dollars an hour to start sounds reasonable. Thank you so much!
I am a teacher with no responsibility within the school and would like some and the Assistant Head teacher job i've seen is very appealing what would you advise. thank you in advance
Hi. I have experience as a Volunteer Coordinator, Professional Tutor, Promotions Manager/Intern/Assistant/Model, Party Bartender, and Barista. I'm looking to find work in London this summer. It seems most jobs want people who are recent college grads, currently in college, people who are only European citizens, or $1500 or more to get them started; I have none of these things going for me.
I got my degree in 2002, and I've pretty much focused in the areas of non-profit and entertainment, with a few hospitality side-jobs. I've also written radio copy and grants. I've also done some event-planning and I've given presentations in person and on local news.
I'm currently writing a short story, my main character is the boss and my other main character is his secretary. I want my secretary to get a promotion to assistant when they prove they can run the office when the boss isn't there, the only problem is, this means I need to get the boss out of the office for a few days. Any ideas on reasons he might be called away?
Secretary/Admin Assistant/PA - whatever the job title is!
Monthly or annual salary - I just need a general idea really of what I could earn doing this kind of work. Thanks
I'm thinking of becoming a police officer, but I don't know how the promotions work. Isn't it like:
What does each person do? What's the Lieutenant and Chief in charge of? What's the difference between a regular cop, a Lieutenant, and a Chief?
I would LOVE to work for a professional sports team (NBA, MLB, NFL, etc.) However, I don't really know what kinds of jobs are out there for that. Any suggestions?
These are questions I found online that they will most likely ask:
Why do you want to work at Panera: I love the atmosphere of Panera. I have always had wonderful experiences here and great customer service and would love to be a part of that.
Tell about when you were flexible in your job: At my last company I would often help out at other stores that were short staffed when other employees would not because they didn't feel comfortable doing it.
Something you did outside your job description: At the other stores I helped out at, I would do visual merchandising and help clean the store since they were usually short staffed and needed the extra help and without being asked to do it.
Favorite foods, how and where you enjoy them: Overall I enjoy healthy foods like organic products and all natural ingredients, specifically though I love chicken and pasta because there are unlimited ways to prepare it like different sauces and different types of pasta and even cooking the chicken in different ways. I love to cook at home and create a warm, almost romantic atmosphere. In the summer I often picnic at the river downtown with my favorite meal from Panera: Panini and broccoli cheddar soup.
What work accomplishment are you proud of: Overcoming my shyness right out of high school when I first started working and becoming awesome and comfortable at customer service.
Difficult customer service situation: A man came in looking for outfits at my last company and didn't speak a lot of English but needed help finding outfits for 3 little girls. He didn't know what they liked or their sizes but definitely didn't want a gift card. It was difficult to break through the language barrier but eventually I found him a ton of things he liked and he spent over $2000.
What makes you happy at work: When the customers and staff are happy and everything is running smoothly and on time.
Most stressful work environment/how you handled it: At my first job, we didn't have scanners so all pricing and cashiering had to be done manually, wasn't so much stressful but very time consuming and exhausting. It was hard to balance the tasking with customer servicing. Typically since we were a slower store, I would have one or two people just customer service while my other associates would do the cash register and tasking.
Most challenging day at work: On a busy Saturday there were only two of us running the store and we were running round like mad women but had a lot of fun and kept the customers happy by joking with them about looking so crazy as we ran around. Ended up not having any upset customers despite the situation.
Favorite manager and what you learned from them: My first manager taught me to be confident and break out of my shyness and taught me how to be a leader. She is how I got my first promotion to assistant manager.
Why did you leave you last position and apply here: Timing. I am at a point in my life that I would like to start having a career involving something I am really passionate about. I have always enjoyed cooking, food, and customer service and Panera specifically so I decided to take charge and apply.
Please let me know how these answers sound and if there is anything you would change or re-word. I really appreciate it! I like to be as prepared as possible before an interview.
Please tell me all the jobs i can get by taking up home science.What are the qualification required and the salary?.Can u get any jobs outside of india?
I have an HR bachelor's degree and will start my new job very soon. I am hoping to advance within the company, but if that's not possible I would obviously need to look outside the company for opportunities. Most higher level HR jobs require HR experience. How many years in this position do you think would be adequate to advance to a higher level position such as assistant director or maybe director of one HR department (benefits, training, etc.)?
What are the duties of an Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor? What is the main difference between these three titles.
Woops, I meant to put a question mark, not a period. Fingers slipped.
My daughter applied for the job yesterday and went to a site to work with some of the people today. She LOVED it !!! Where can I refer her to get more infoprmation so she can be prepared for the interview....if she gets one. She already researched the company, locations, etc.
I recently began working in an organization as an assistant for a small department of three people. I am currently at the bottom of the hierarchy. Well, the person just above me was recently fired and I am interested in their position. I believe I am qualified for it and I already know the main duties of the position. How do I tactfully approach this subject with my supervisor?
I'm a warehouse worker assistant. I started out doing all the easy things and now I'm doing all the duties that original warehouse workers are doing (possibly even better). I've worked at the warehouse for almost 2 months now. Would this too early to be asked to be payed what the other workers are paid? (I get 8$/hour, they get 10$/hour)
If this is too early, how long should I wait?
I was the housekeeper for six months, and I did more then housekeeping from dropping off and picking up her kids from school, doing office errands in my own vehicle and own gas. She promised me over and over I was going to get the assistant manager job, then she turned around while all along lying to me and gave it to her daughter. Her daughter had not even worked one day with this company, but I was considered an employee what can I do?
I am 22 years old, and have worked in a financial services company for nearly 4 years in the learning and development department. I am currently in my second yr of an open university course, leading to a degree in health and social care. I would like to get a job relating to my degree, but I don't know where to start as I have no qualifications or experience? Can anyone advise?
I have been an intern with a company for two years. I am applying for a full time position as an admin assistant. How will this interview differ from outer office hiring. What should I expect?
Especially if you have the education but not work experience, can admin type of jobs be a foot in the door or are they just dead end ?
I don't necessarily mean admin assistant specifically but many jobs that would be considered support functions.
Can you use the jobs as an entry level position to better things or are they usually a brand that will keep you stuck in the job ?
Is the work degrading, could it be compared to working in retail in regards to how badly you are treated by superiors ?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.