I saw this in an ad in which I know that I will pass its qualification requirements. The problem is I dont know what is its job function cuz they did not state in their ad what that position does in their company. I will be taking their exam this comming monday and hopefully will get an interview after that.
Result-oriented production clerk responsible for coordinating and expediting the flow of document duplication services and subpoena requests within or between departments. Reviewed and distributed production, work, and shipment schedules; conferring with department supervisors and adjusters to determine progress of work and completion dates. Examine documents, materials, and products, and monitor work processes, in order to assess completeness, accuracy, and conformance to standards and specifications. Enter, store, and retrieve information on computer-aided equipment. Maintain, adjust, and clean equipment, and perform minor repairs. Requisition and maintain inventories of materials and supplies necessary to meet production demands.
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.
I've been questionning myself about my dream job lately and I've found out that I got a huge passion about music. I'd like to know if I can fit that interest into a career in the radio industry somehow. Can somebody help me?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I work as a production operator before and i think im capabl;e of doing the job. could somebody give me a good answer to this interview.
I'm trying to figure out how to get a job in the oil fields i have no experience and no degrees or anything i'm fresh out of high school and around how much will i make?and were would i apply?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I want to be a film director but I don't understand how to find a movie production studio that will hire me and help produce the movie in Canada or worldwide. I already have the screenplay ready and i want to direct it.
I want to work somewhere dealing with movies and entertainment. I'm not exactly sure what. Looking at something that is more on the business side of operations. Looking for an entry-level job. I have got a few ideas but any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I have got very lucky and have the chance to meet someone quite high up in Disney
I am 14 and I live in North Carolina. I want to work in my mother's office (not her office but where she works). She is an opthalmic technician (assistant eye doctor). I would be a file clerk for the records. What's the dealio with this?
Where I'm at currently I also speak to customers in person and on the phone, write e-mails, prioritize and organize tasks, handle money, help with sign installations and production, etc. What kinds of job positions can I look for?
Also, I have an Associate and Bachelor degree in New Media Technology and Graphic Design respectively.
From start to finish, who all takes part in the process of creating, developing and editing a newspaper? ever single person, or a place where i can find all the people. i know there are journalists, editors, developers, and those who make the layout, but i need their official job titles if i didn't get those right and what they do please! thanks
To take a job unless he can start at the top?
I know lots of people who worked their way up.
I know none that started at the top......
I monitor the production of a garments, produce payroll, distribute materials. this company provides uniforms for private and govt companies.
I'm considering earning an associates degree in paralegal. Are paralegals like attorney's assistants? Do the paralegals have long days like the attorneys? What would a typical day be like? Would they only be working with, or assisting, one attorney or several? Any comments or suggestions would be helpful?
I know there is no real answer for what is easier but basically I am taking a semester of 2 electives and one psych ( my major )
I need as much time as I can cause I need to work too so do you think essay type courses with lots of reading like english or history are good or maybe geography or something is better?
What can families, neighbourhoods, schools, and govt do to achieve this?
Thanks for kind inputs! And have a nice week! :-))
I was looking for a job in the oil field and ran across Sinopec International Patroleum Exploration and Production company, Nigeria Limited. They are saying that I have to pay $1500.00 for DPR. Is this a scam?
I go to an extremely small college (2 year college in a town with a population of only about 25,000). It seems like most of the people that go here or at least live on campus(which is what i do) already know people there are about 10,000 students but only about 200 live on campus. They all graduated highschool together and came here together from different smaller towns near and im from another state so i dont know anyone. I do get along with my roommates however only one is outgoing and likes to do things outside the dorm and she recently got a boyfriend so she literally spends all of her time with just him. I have met a lot of people but i haven't met anyone that i can click with and be around. What can i do to help be more social or met people. Also i am older than a lot of the students i am in my 20's my roommates are all 18. The only places i go are the gym and the cafe. Not a lot of things to do around town. PLUS, most people go home on the weekends. (i dont know why)