I'm pursuing a degree in Safety Management and I'm trying to get my foot in the door of some company. I've checked job listings and they all list experience required. How on earth am I supposed to get experience if I can't find an entry-level position? I'm open on the concentration: Safety Coordinator, Safety Representative, etc. Also, Ergonomics, Environmental related, etc. Petrochem, etc. Houston, TX- Gulf Coast area. THANKS
I am currently a saw operator for an extrusion company. At one time I was an environmental, health, and safety coordinator with Alcoa Aluminum, which I enjoyed. The only reason why I am not there now is becaI moved to Arizona which was a big mistake. Since I moved back to Ohio I ahve been struggling ever since. I do have an associate degree in business administration but as of now it hasn't seemed to help. Maybe someone out there can help me and my family.
I've been working as a Safety Coordinator for a contracting company for over a year now and I'd like to make the move to Edmonton to work with a different company. Not necessarily larger.. doesn't really matter actually. Just a well paying position working mon - fri.. Any ideas?
Hi well so far I plan on getting a master's in environmental studies, I know of a few jobs of which i can get with it. But i don't know what other type of job i can get with such a degree. So a list or maybe a link would really help me out thank you!
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.
I'm going to a job interview this week for a position with this title. What all tasks are involved in this job?
I am looking at making a position with a modertaly large company that has no occupational Health nurse/safety coordinator, looking for things to write in an aplication to the company.
I was fired from my last job about three months ago, haven't found another one yet. My last boss wasn't exactly the best person to work with. Some of the things he did include:
-Humiliate me in front of the staff and vendors
-Threatened to demote me if I ever called in sick
-Ordered me to violate the company's safety policy (BTW he was also Safety Coordinator)
-Lied to me on a daily basis
-Do random cleanings of my desk, in which he threw out projects I was working on (One of the reasons I was told I was being fired is because projects wern't being finished)
-Refused to listen to me when I told him I was having trouble with some aspects of my job
-Would refuse to answer my questions and when I proceeded to do things on my own, he would tell me I was wrong
-Constantly called me a failure
I see other people say "put a positive twist on your firing", but how can you do that when there is no positive to all of what I just said?
Please help me, any jobs at all that you know of, thank you soo much:))
I've moved to the caribbean and the majority of jobs are tourism related, thats also where more money is. Or at least, so they say. How can I transform myself into a member of this trade? And how do I convince future bosses, that I'm worth a try?
I am having trouble finding any information on specific areas of work such as PI of OI. Can someone please give specific job areas within the MST rating.
I'm in my third year and its a bit late to turn back now but, after years of thinking I don't think I can go threw with being a cop, even though I have wanted to for a long time. What are some jobs you've had with a CJ Degree? What are out of the box ideas that pay well? Not like probation, patrol, jail work etc. Ideas!
I have an interview in the next couple days for a Life Enhancement Coordinator position. I am hoping for something a little more office oriented to go with my referenced but definitely do not mind doing some moving. I guess I am asking if anyone has a better idea of what the position is so when I go into the interview I have a better idea. The internet is not helping. Thanks.
I've recently moved to Atlanta and have a bachelor degree in psychology. I've been stuck working a receptionist job for the last 3 1/2 months. I'm trying to find a job in my field, I've looked everywhere at least I think I have. I want something in mental health, or adolescent detention center. Im really considering moving because I need another job that can pay my bills and my student loans. I plan on going to graduate school next year fall. but I cant start until I find a job. any advice? please help.
The Chicago Bears offensive coordinator, Ron Turner only gave Cedric Benson the ball 11 times. Benson had 89 yards on those 11 carries, including a 42 yard td. Turner's play calling is the worst I have seen in the NFL. Your thoughts Bears fans.
I love writing, and the next thing im writing is going to be alot about football but i dont really know much about it,.... Ive been to plenty of football games and love it but i usually dont understand everything that happens..... So i need to know all the positions and what their job is.......... :)
I am wanting to apply for a Safety Rep position, but I am still trying to complete my degree in the meantime. I have been a stay at home mom for the last 9 years. My last job was in 1997- I currently handle all of my husbands company finances and paperwork for the last year.
And are there any receptionist/desk jobs? Please list as many careers in this field that you know of and that are HIGHLY beneficial!
I have an interview with a company that manufactures aerospace parts. The job is in the shop environment and would require me to wear boots and shop clothes. What should I wear for the interview? Is business casual ok?
I never had a job, do not really do any house chores, don't know how to take the bus (I never started driving), and lack a lot of life skills. How can I learn these things at my age?