JOB FAIR MONDAYS! VALENCIA JOBS

ALL CLERICAL POSITIONS, Temp & Temp to Hire: Reception $13-$14.00 Data Entry $13.50-=$15.00 Admin Assistants $16.00-$20.00 Scan/File/Data Input $12.00-$13.00 Customer Service-Office Setting $13.00-$14.50 Accounting Clerks $15.00-$19.00 No appointment necessary. Plan to spend 30-45 min, depending upon your background & skills. Bring proof of eligibility to work in the US, a resume, reference contacts. You may… Read more »

3 Tips on How to Clean Up Your Online Reputation

In life, your reputation is everything, and in today’s tech-savvy world, that includes your online presence. When was that last time you typed your name into a search engine to see what shows up? If it’s been a while, it’s time to take a look. Potential employers will conduct a thorough check to learn more… Read more »

Call Center/Verification Clerk $14.00 Burbank

Temp to hire possibility (company has good benefits) Need call center experience making outbound calls. Will be contacting employers and schools and various agencies to verify employment, licenses, etc. Should have strong computer skills, good communication skills and typing of 55wpm. Some clerical duties need to be handled and be able to multitask. If you… Read more »

Job Searching During Unemployment

Finding a new job can take months — which may seem like forever when you’re out of work. If you were laid off, fired or voluntarily decided to take some time off from the workforce, it can get very discouraging to keep hearing crickets and collecting rejection letters after submitting your resume. When competing for… Read more »

Why Are You the Best Candidate?

When interviewing for a job, you can be certain that you’re competing with a number of highly qualified candidates. The hiring manager already knows you’re talented, so now it’s time to prove your skills, experience and personality are the right match for the position. Prepare to be asked some tough questions, as this is the… Read more »

The Goal of a Phone Interview

Finding the best person for the job is often easier said than done. There’s a very good chance that you get dozens of resumes for each posted position. It’s probably easy to automatically eliminate a portion of those applicants, but that still leaves you with a lot of potentials. Bringing each and every one of… Read more »

Does Your Resume Represent You Well?

In the past, it was perfectly acceptable to submit one general resume to every position you’re applying for, but things have changed. If you want to gain a competitive advantage these days, you’ll need to custom fit your resume to every opportunity you’re interested in. This approach may seem daunting, but it’s definitely worth the… Read more »

Interview Tip: It’s Time to Over-Prepare

A job interview can change the course of your career, so going the extra mile to prepare is always a great idea. Understandably so, these meetings can rattle the nerves of even the calmest professionals, because they hold a tremendous amount of weight. Knowing you’re prepared for any curveball thrown your way will help you… Read more »

Critical Skills: Attention to Detail

In life, it’s the little things that mean the most. This also holds true in the professional world, as details are what sets your company apart from the competition. Since your administrative staff is the pillar of the organization, you need them to pay close attention to detail. Everything from remembering the proper spelling of… Read more »

Want to Excel on the Job?

Every job is a learning experience, so if you want to get the most from it, you need to challenge yourself with an ambitious set of objectives. Of course, just any type of goals won’t cut it. The most successful professionals know the only way to ensure you’re performing your best and improving your skills… Read more »