Archive | August, 2010

Full and Part-Time Jobs Available

30 Aug

Halloween Season

Party City is hiring for the Halloween Season!  Go to www.partycity.com to apply.

 

 

DRIVERS and MANAGERS

Business is Booming at Domino’s Pizza! Now hiring Drivers. Earn up to $8-$15/hr. Must be 18, have insurance and a good driving record. ALSO HIRING MANAGERS Earn up to $9-$13/hr. starting pay. Bonus potential. Experience a must. Must pass background check. Apply within or call for interview now.

Call 231-3588 or 361-0613.

 

Bus Boy Needed

Thurs, Fri, Sat nights Sunday lunch Bistro At Seville. 101st & Yale.

Apply Mon-Thurs 2-4

Servers

Now Hiring experienced Servers and experienced Food Handlers-Dish persons.

Apply in person 2-4pm 2005 E. 21st, 4401 E. 41st

 

 

Servers

Wanted: Full & PT server for days. Must be outgoing with good attitude. Good tips!

Apply in person 1-3pm at 705 W Main – Collinsville.

 

 

Help Wanted

Bartenders, Wait staff. Full/Part Time.

Apply in person between 10-4, Mon-Fri. 6100 S. Sheridan, Silverflame Steakhouse. 918-496-3311

 

 

 

Great Workplace

FOOD RUNNER/ EXPEDITER F/T or P/T, PM SERVER P/T,  STARBUCKS ATTENDANT P/T, COOK F/T or P/T. Great Workforce Great Workplace.

Apply in person at 1902 E. 71st Street Fax 918-523-3560. Email: hr.marriott@tmsh.net. EOE/M/F Drug Free Workplace. No phone calls please.

  

  

Waitress

PM shift available. Must be personable, outgoing, energetic.

Apply in person only at CRAWPAPPY’S 3342 E. 51st

Cocktail Waitress/Server

Now Hiring Cocktail Waitress/Server. Need cocktail, aloha and server experience. for the newly remodeled Elephant Run. New Mgmt, New Staff.

Apply within hotel lobby 3141 E. Skelly Dr., Tulsa

No Experience Needed

We are currently seeking Day-time Help. Now hiring Grill Cooks, Cashiers, Prep, Fresh Market, Drive-Thru & More! No Experience Needed, We Will Train You FULL & PART TIME CREW MEMBERS $7.50 to $8.50/hr. Plus Benefits after 90 days! We’ll offer you: •Great Hours! •Great Place to Work! •Employee Discounts! Everybody loves Ice Cream!

http://www.braums.com EOE

 

 

Wait staff & Service Asst.

Wanted for The Savory Chef Cafe

307-2433 82nd & Memorial.

Red Lobster 

NOW HIRING for Server, host, busser and bartender. Exp required.

Apply in person at 6728 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa OK. No phone calls please.

 

 

Bartender / Waitress.

Good clientele & tips.

Apply after 5pm. Cheers, 5412 S. Mingo. 

Lyon’s Indian Store

SALES ASSOCIATE Requires knowledge of native american crafts & culture plus basic math skills. Retail exp. a plus. FT/PT.

Apply in person: 401 E. 11th St. 

 

  

Appliance Delivery & Installation

Linn Star Transfer a leader in the home delivery industry, delivers and installs appliances for a Major manufacturer and National Retail Store. Furniture or appliance delivery experience helpful but not required. Full training provided for quality individuals looking for a successful career. Must posses and demonstrate good customer service skills. Full benefits: Health, dental, 401K, vacation, and holiday pay. • Drivers (No CDL Required) $12hr •Helpers $10hr. To

Apply go to careers at http://www.linnstar.com. Print an application and fax completed application to: 918-835-4716 or email us at hr-tul@linnstar.com. PLEASE, NO PHONE CALLS. All candidates must pass background, drug screen, & Physical Capability Test EOE

Now Hiring

Weekend/Nights Retail Sales for The Savory Chef Cafe

307-2433 82nd & Memorial.

Tulsa State Fair

Help Wanted for Food Concession at Tulsa State Fair. All positions at Karen’s Concessions.

If interested attend meeting at Exchange Center on the Fair Grounds Sept 14th between 9am-12 pm & 1-6pm, bring two forms of ID, 1 with photo, starting pay $8-18/hr

Flower Bed Person

Seeking exp’d Flower Bed Person with knowledge of plants and up keep.

Please call 637-4509 for interview

Drivers

*HELP WANTED* 14 Drivers needed in Tulsa. No exp. necessary. Train today/Start Tomorrow. You are paid daily. Full or part time.

Apply Today: Summer Song 1319 E. 4TH ST., TULSA (888) 608-1783 

Maid Brigade

Residential House Cleaners needed. Exp. a plus.

Call 664-6245 

Part Time Teller

Tulsa area credit union seeking Part Time Teller. Hours will be approximately 25-30 per week. Tellers are responsible for the processing of transactions accurately and efficiently in a fast paced environment. Cash handling and customer service experience preferred. High School Diploma and ability to be bonded required.

Email or fax resume to kturney@wsfcu.com or 918-362-1470 (fax). EOE/M/F

 

Child care Assistant

Needed Mon, Wed & Fri from 8:30 – 4:30. Experience with children preferred. We are looking for someone who loves children and is reliable.

Must pass an OSBI background check and eventually will need CPR & First Aid. This is a large licensed family day care. Prefer someone over 21.  Reply to job-mkesr-1926859052@craigslist.org

Phone Sales

Now Hiring, phone sales  No Experience required, training provided. Come join us and get paid for helping others!

Call for interview at (866) 953-9994 Training Class starts soon!

Christmas Sales Help

Looking for Christmas Sales Help!
Part-time Flexible hours. Easy and Fun!
Work 12 hours a week during the next 3 months and you could enjoy a debt-free holiday!
For more information call (866) 953-9994 or contact us via email at jbdelights@myparklane.com

Apply online at www.jewelryboxdelights.com

 

Front of House Positions Needed!

(Tulsa) Come join our team!!
The Boulder Grill inside the Holiday Inn Tulsa City Center is looking for hardworking, experienced servers, host & bartender!
Host position is mainly lunch shifts with occasional breakfast or dinner shifts depending on business
Server positions available for breakfast, lunch & dinner
Bartender position available for day & evening shifts

If you are interested please stop by & apply between 1 & 4 pm Monday through Friday!
We are located at 17 W 7th St on the NE corner of 7th & Boulder!  

Customer Service

I have a job that just opened up in my Customer Service Department. It is part-time and has flexible hours.

Please send an e-mail with the word Customer in the subject line for more information. Thanks job-84xfg-1925243805@craigslist.org

Customer Service

25 year old company looking for driven and self motivated customer service representatives who are self starters that have the ability to lead themselves and others. We provide you all the training needed so no experience necessary. This is commission based, working from your home full time or part time.
MAKE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE!!!
 

Please call with your name & phone number 918-342-1356. Please mention this advertisement.

Part-Time Front Desk

Retirement community looking for someone to work part-time evenings at the Front Desk.
The following are some of the jobs duties and expectations:
-Answering phones in a professional and courteous manner
-Light computer work (proficiency in Word preferred)
-Basic office work (filing, sorting, prepare mailings, etc.)
-Must be capable of performing nightly walkthrough of community for basic security check

Apply in person at 8887 South Lewis Ave, Tulsa. No phone inquiries please.

 

 

 

 

Part time wait staff

Positions available immediately
Will train but serving experience preferred
Work hours range from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Flexible hours with different shifts available
Position mainly consists of taking orders, running food, and washing dishes
Part time benefits include: Paid time off, 401K, health insurance with dental and vision, first raise after 90 days
If you enjoy working with elderly and like to have fun please apply in person
Location: The Broadmoor Retirement Community 8205 E. 22nd St. (21st & Memorial)

email resume to above address or fax resume to 622-2233 (attn: Amber)
May come to location and fill out an application anytime or call 622-2151
Ask for Amber

Bridal Palace

Bridal Palace is looking for a Sales Associate. Retail sales experience preferred but will train the right person.

Please call Houda to schedule an interview: 918-461-9222

Party Host/Hostess

Super friendly party host/hostess needed weekends. Must LOVE kids n know how to make em laugh! Fun work environment! Must be available Sundays 1-6p. Own transportation required. $7.50/hr

apply in person 6202 s. Sheridan Kaleidoscope Children’s Museum.

The Long-Distance Job Search

23 Aug

Finding a job in another city or state can be difficult. Unfortunately for qualified out-of-state applicants, many employers don’t want to go through the trouble of interviewing and hiring someone from out-of-town. Some employers assume that they’ll have to pay you a relocation allowance, or pay for you to fly in for an interview. Others just like to support the locals: why hire a visitor when there are plenty of qualified people in their own backyard?

Even though a long-distance job search can be tough, here are a few things you can do to make it easier:

1. When choosing a career college, select a program offering nationally transferable credentials.

Your success could rise and fall based on where you went to school. Many career college programs only qualify you to sit for exams and certifications required by the state in which the college is located. The best schools will prepare you to sit for more rigorous exams to earn national credentials. These certifications will qualify you to work in any state without additional education.

For example (warning, shameless plug ahead!) Community Care College is one of the only colleges in the state of Oklahoma to offer students a Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) credential upon successful completion of the program and an exam produced by the American Association of Medical Assistants.. This credential demonstrates to employers across the nation that you are rigorously trained in both front office and back office procedures.

CMAs only receive three attempts on the exam so employers can be sure that anyone with a CMA credential is well-prepared academically and practically for the occupation. CMAs are also required to do some continuing education in order to keep their credential current. Although earning and keeping the CMA takes some work, it identifies you as an elite practitioner in your profession and will help you seamlessly transition into a new job anywhere in the country.

(Students are also given the option to obtain the RMA credential from American Medical Technologist.)

2. Phone a Friend

One of the best things you can do is cultivate relationships in the area where you want to move. This is especially easy if you are returning to your hometown. Call friends and family in the area and ask them for ideas on your job search. They may be able to put in a good, personal, local word for your skills–making it worthwhile for a potential employer to call you for an interview.

3. The Drive By

If it is fairly easy for you to travel to your desired location, consider spending a week or so in the area doing drive-bys at local employers. Dress professionally, bring plenty of copies of your resume, and explain to potential employers that you plan to relocate to the area on (X date) and would love to work for their practice or business. Since you’re only the area for a week, it gives you a reason to ask for an interview–either the same day or later in the week. Don’t be too pushy, but do project confidence.

4. Leave a Note

On your resume and cover letter, make it clear that you plan to relocate on your own dime. Also indicate how and when you are available for interviews (also on your own expense). Some employers are perfectly willing to interview out-of-town candidates if those candidates are willing to foot the bill.

5. Just Do It.

Ultimately, the best way to relocate is to move first, find a job second. This is particularly true if:

1) your spouse or partner has already found work in the region

2) you have at least three months, and preferably six months, of living expenses saved.

3) you have family in the area who may be able to help you out financially or offer a place for you to stay at a reduced rent for a short length of time.

6. Deploy Only in Emergencies

Many experts have debated about whether or not it is okay to put your parents’ or a friend’s home address on your resume, in order to look like a local resident. Other experts suggest getting a P.O. box in the zip code and changing your cell phone number to your destination’s area code.

This can often backfire, so only deploy this tactic under these circumstances:

1) You live close enough to your destination that you can easily travel there to participate in interviews. There is nothing worse than having to explain to a potential employer that although you submitted your resume with a local address, you won’t be able to make an interview until you can purchase a flight out of town.

2) Your spouse or partner has already relocated to the new destination and so you actually do have a local address in your name.

3) You have a good (honest) explanation for why your address and phone number are local, but your current employer is not. For example, your current job requires you to travel to your desired location frequently so you picked up a local P.O. box and phone number.

Job Fair in September

16 Aug

Mark your calendars now!!  There will be a large job fair on Tuesday, September 14th from 10am – 2pm.  Job fairs are an awesome way to disribute your resumem, and network with professionals in your field.  I’ll continue to remind you, but you should jot this down NOW on your calendar.

http://tulsa.jobnewsusa.com/JobSeeker/JobFairs/FairDetails.aspx?id=351

Jobs for Students

16 Aug

Cleaning Crew

Seeking PT cleaning crew to work in large retail store in the Tulsa area. Must be able to work flexible hours. Cleaning and/or floor care exp. is a plus.

Please call 1-800-860-8057 job ref# 1111

Sales Associate

$8.00/hr Must be flexible to work the full scope of the work schedule including weekends. Must have clean criminal background. Some weekends required.

Apply at Goodwill 2800 Southwest Blvd. or FAX (918) 592-7664 or http://www.goodwilltulsa.org EOE

Retail Help

BOXWORKS now hiring for FT & PT help in fun retail shop in Utica Square.

Apply in person, 749-3475

Eskimo Joes Clothes

Now interviewing for Management and Sales Associate Positions for the holidays at our Woodland Hills and Promenade Mall locations.

Please see our website for more details www.eskimojoes.com

Bank Positions

We Do More IBC BANK has immediate FT and PT openings for motivated, sales-oriented professionals to join our team in the following areas: Branch Sales Associate – Become part of a growing successful Sales Team as a Branch Sales Associate. Learn and expand your knowledge in deposit accounts, investments and general banking as you start a career with IBC. Retail sales experience is helpful. No prior banking experience required. Part Time Teller – If you are customer service oriented and are looking for a fun work atmosphere with advancement opportunities, IBC bank is the place for you. No prior banking experience required. IBC offers competitive benefits and tuition reimbursement. If you want success and a career with income and advancement opportunities,

you may apply in person or send/email your resume to: IBC Bank Attn: G. Mieir 2250 E. 73rd St., Ste 110 Tulsa, OK 74136 Fax: 918-497-2455 Email: JoinTheTulsaTeam@ibc.com

NSU Food Service

Sodexo Campus Services @ Northeastern State University – Broken Arrow Campus is now hiring part-time Banquet Servers & Food Service Workers. Benefit package available to qualified applicants.

Fax resume to 918-458-2363 and/or call 918-444-2550 to set up a possible interview. EEO

Professional Servers

Needed for upscale golf club in Owasso. Mostly evenings & weekends, catering, parties, etc. Send resume to rharrison@ patriotgolfclub.com

CSR/Order Entry

If you are seeking a dynamic work environment and you possess good customer service skills and excellent spelling skills, we may have a place for you! We are seeking a team player to take telephone orders from liquor stores, restaurants and clubs. Hours include Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Monday through Thursday, 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Training hours must be flexible. Earn up to $12.00 per hour + Bilingual Bonus.

APPLY IN PERSON No Phone Calls Please Monday – Thursday (9am to 5pm) 6833 E. Reading Place (Take Pine to 71st E. Ave. go 1 block north to Reading Pl.) www.jarboesales.com

Town Village Retirement Community

(81st & Yale) Hiring Part time – Servers, Cooks & On Call Housekeeper.

Apply online at http://www.horizonbayhires.com hiring code 101 or by phone 1-877-422-9447 hiring code 101. EEOC

Tulsa Employees Wanted

Secretaries •Schedulers

Call: 344-4583 and reference Ad #1

Valet Drivers Needed

FT & PT avail. All shifts. incl. Weekends Available. Up to $11/hr. Must be 21 or over & able to drive a standard. Drug test.

Apply in person: 410 S. Main, Ste. A

Clothing Room Clerk

Needed for daily clothing and toiletry distribution, in shelter clothing room.

Please email resume to Jack Younger, Jyounger@tulsadaycenter.org

Maid Brigade

Residential House Cleaners needed. Exp. a plus.

Call 664-6245

15 Temps Needed

Temps needed to drive ice cream trucks in Tulsa over the next 90 days. You are paid cash daily. No experience needed. We train.

Apply Today: Summer Song 1319 E. 4TH ST., TULSA (888) 608-1783

Photo Assistant

Outdoor part-time, Seasonal Aug – Nov. Must be available anytime. Non smoking environment.

Call 249-9889

Clerk Positions

Full and Part Time Clerk Positions Available. No experience necessary.

Apply at 1503 S. Sheridan

Professional House Cleaners

FT & PT. Car & Ins. needed. Health Ins. avail. Miles paid. Base + Bonus.

742-6243.

Part-time Front Desk Worker

Needed for weeknights and weekend days. Duties include answering phones and working closely with clients and volunteers.

Email resume to Jack Younger, Jyounger@tulsadaycenter.org

Job Coach

Part time week-end job position working with people with disabilities at an outdoor job site. Hours are 9-4 Saturday and 12-4 Sunday. Must be at least 21 years of age with no felonies, experience preferred, but will train.

Send resume to robin@majorgroupok.com or fax to 918-632-0970

Energetic Part Time Employee

New Property Seeking: friendly, energetic part time employee. Customer service, computer skills necessary. Approx. 15 hours/week. $8.50. American Storage 455-1010,

Apply in person 901 W. New Orleans, Broken Arrow, OK

Part Time Leasing Agents

At large Apartment Community in Broken Arrow. Must pass background check. Must live on-site.

Please call The Greens at Broken Arrow at (918) 355-0802 or stop by 1441 East Omaha Street

Sales and Marketing firm

Sales Expanding sales and marketing firm is looking for sales representatives and managers statewide, to work with our growing client base in a full or part-time role. Requirements include demonstrated sales skills, proven ability to work independently, and a strong work ethic. First year income potential of $60K plus.

Visit us at http://www.pfgagency.com To set up an individual interview, qualified applicants should contact us at: 1-877-382-9882 or e-mail your resume to: Office@pfgagency.com

Inverness Village

Tulsa’s only community for people 55 and better with the Life Care Advantage, has an outstanding opportunity available for: Full time & Part time Server Kitchen Services Aide Dietary Aide We are looking for dynamic individuals with the highest standards of customer service. Country Club Atmosphere Weekends Required All positions require current Food Handler’s Permit and successful completion of a comprehensive background check and drug screen.

Download an application at invernessvillage.com, email your resume to recruiting@asbury.org, or apply in person at 3800 W 71st St, Tulsa, OK 74132 Equal Opportunity Employer

Franks Café

Looking for an experienced breakfast cook, Asian chef, or buffet cook, or waitress – Full time or Part time
Come to Franks Café and ask for Frank to apply for the job before 2 pm mon-sat.

5451 S Mingo Rd.
Tulsa, Ok 74146
Call Frank 918-740-5623

Part-Time

Packing/Shipping and office administration for busy internet retail company. Must be computer literate with general office skills. Must be reliable, detail oriented, motivated, able to multitask and meet daily deadlines. $9.00/hr.

job-vback-1899711480@craigslist.org

Liquor Store Clerk Needed

Looking for clerk help. Part time hours. Experience a plus but not necessary, perfect job for retiree or college student.

job-mzfad-1896776409@craigslist.org

Bakery Counter Sales Person

Will need Tulsa, County health card. Selling and upselling breads, cheeses, and appetizer items. Some side paper work required.
Part time position 15 to 18 hours per week, 6 hour shifts.
Non smoker, self starter, personable, and friendly.
Position open immediately. protection/certification/guarantee.

job-ueuxm-1896369181@craigslist.org

Work for Yourself

If you have ever wanted to run your own business, this is the perfect opportunity. If you love candles, home decor and being around fun people in a fun atmosphere, you need to take a look at this business. We are a Leading Soy Candle Company looking for Consultants in the Tulsa area. We have over 125 unique fragrances that are earth and “green” friendly.

So if you need to make money, contact me today after viewing my website @ http://www.foreveryhome.net/martin

Macy’s Woodland Hills Mall

Macy’s Woodland Hills Mall is now hiring PT Fine Jewelry associates. Must be able to pass a background check. Experience working in a Jewelry store preferred but not required. Competitive pay….plus commission.

To apply go to macysjobs.com or simply apply at our in store kiosk in the back of the furniture department.

Williams Plumbing

Currently seeking a dynamic part-time administrative assistant!!
This is a fantastic entry level opportunity.  Enjoy a family atmosphere and opportunity to be involved with a growing organization  Part time schedule; no weekends and business casual attire.
Hours 8AM-2PM; M-F

Please send your resume and salary requirements to:
job.tulsa@gmail.com or come by 10321 E 47th Pl to fill out an application.
No phone calls please.

Part-time Mid Collections Associates – Capital One

Part-time evening position (20-24 hours per week)

Schedule is: Tuesday-Friday 5pm to 9pm (3-4 days) and Saturday 7am to 4pm

Eligible for benefits after six months of employment

Apply now at: www.capitalone.com/careers

Part-time Package Handlers – UPS

UPS is hiring individuals to work as part-time Package Handlers. This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering, and sliding packages that typically weigh 25 – 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. Part-time employees usually work 3 1/2 – 4 hours each weekday (Monday through Friday) and typically do not work on weekends or selected holidays. Please note that these opportunities are part-time only working approximately 17 1/2 – 20 hours per week.

Package Handlers receive an hourly rate of $8.50 – $9.50. UPS part-time employees also receive an attractive benefits package. Employees can expect to take home between $110.00 and $150.00 each week after deductions have been taken for taxes, etc.

Go to the website and scroll to the bottom where it says “UPS Careers,” select your location, then on the right of the screen under “Overview” click “Featured Jobs,” then choose your location and apply!

Apply now at: www.ups.com

Customer Service Representative – Avis/Budget Rent A Car

Avis Budget Car Customer Service Representatives take inbound calls responding to and investigating customer concerns. These positions must achieve and maintain required goals for talk time, QA evaluations, attendance, and professionalism. We are hiring for a September class -interviewing now!!!

Must have HS Diploma or GED and be at least 18 years of age

Must have advanced personal computing skills, including keyboarding skills

Must have at least 1 year experience in a position serving customers, handling customer inquiries, and resolving customer concerns

Must pass drug screen and criminal background check

What we Offer You!

Starting pay is $11 an hour! Shift Differentials are paid for evenings

Paid Time Off

Paid Training

Casual Dress

Fun, Flexible Environment

Excellent Benefits – Medical, Dental and Vision

On-Site Café

Apply online at: www.avisbudgetgroup.com/careers/job_search.cfm

Customer Service Rep/Order Taker – Advantage Staffing

Seeking a Customer Service Representative for our busy client.  This individual will be taking customer orders and entering the orders into their database.  Must be proficient on the computer, have accurate typing skills and willing to learn the SAP system.  Outstanding communications skills is a must, able to answer multi-line phones and able to multi task.  Some type of regulated DOT experience and /or call center experience is preferred, but not required.

Casual dress code

Clean background is required

Clean UA is required

Must have stable work history

Monday-Friday and hours vary between 4:00am to 5:00pm, so must be flexible

Fax your resume to: 918.459.0982 ATTN: Brandi Bullock

Part-time Registration Clerk – TCC

$7.75/per hr

Monday – Thursday 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Friday 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Prefer clerical experience and personal computer experience but not required

Requires: High School Diploma or GED, Resume, Cover Letter, and two letters of reference

Apply online at: www.tulsacc.edu

Customer Service Representative – West Corporation

Responsible for receiving and processing incoming phone calls for dedicated clients in accordance with policies, procedures, quality standards, and federal laws and regulations.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Applicants for this job will be expected to meet the following minimum qualifications.

Education
• High school diploma or GED required. Must meet minimum age requirement for project and/or location of project

Experience
• Work experience is not required for order processing projects but may be required for customer services, sales or technical projects
• Candidates would need to meet the experiences requirement of the specific project.

Other
• Score acceptably on job related testing assessments (data entry, spelling, reading, reading comprehension, sales aptitude testing and cognitive ability testing)
• Knowledge of computer keyboard and mouse Ability to work flexible schedules, which may include working at least one weekend day
• Ability to clearly communicate using a clear, distinct voice

Apply now at: http://www.west.com

Branch Sales Representative – Terminix Broken Arrow

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
§Sell termite control protection and renewals, and/or monthly pest control protection to owners or agents of homes, stores, or industry.
§Cover sales leads in assigned territory.
§By creative effort, develop termite and/or pest control sales leads for each respective office lead furnished.
§Record accurate measurements and write correct descriptions of property inspected.
§Prepare appropriate specs and treating instructions in accordance with existing laws, regulations and company policy.
§Compute job treating cost from company pricing instructions.
§Execute contracts on behalf of the company, observing company policy as to credit terms of sale.
§Supervise collection effort on delinquent accounts of personal sales contracts.
§Advise customers about other Terminix services.
§Deal courteously with customers, leaving customer’s premises and furnishings clean and as found.
§Contact customers after service is performed to ensure customer satisfaction and to develop additional prospects.
§Report unusual requests from customers or questions you cannot answer to immediate supervisor.
§Maintain prospect and call back files and activity records.
§Maintain equipment, vehicle and personal safety equipment in clean, working order.
§Examine architectural drawings and specs and prepare estimates for soil pre- treatment bids.
§Complete all appropriate training courses.
§Be aware of location and telephone number of local poison control centers.
§Other duties as assigned.

Apply now at: http://www.terminix.com

Full Time Teller /Cash Management /Cash Handling – Loomis

Loomis seeks highly qualified individuals to join our team and become a fully functional Cash Management Services (CMS) Teller.

CMS Tellers work as a team and may be assigned to shifts. You will be responsible for the preparation of deliveries for ATM machines, deposit verification for financial institutions’ customers and preparation of change orders that balance to the customer list by denomination and by total.

If you enjoy working in a fast-paced production environment and have the ability to multi-task, enjoy detailed work that is also physical and like operating currency equipment and computer systems, and do not want to be tied to a desk in an office, this may be the opportunity for you.

CMS Tellers are responsible for separating cash and checks: count and verify contents of individual customer location’s daily bank deposits into a consolidated deposit: and to prepare ATM and currency orders. CMS Tellers work with a PC- based cash handling system, the Glory System. CMS Tellers are measured on accuracy and production guidelines.

You will receive on-the-job training with an experienced CMS Teller. We believe that our people make Loomis a great company. Loomis teammates are constantly encouraged in personal development and are updated on the newest safety and security training. Our training is second to none in the industry.

Loomis offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes Automatic 401K Plan for all employees and a selection of benefits covering Dental, Vision, Medical, Long Term Disability, Flexible Spending Accounts, and Life, AD&D plans for the employee and their dependents.

We are looking for applicants who are at least 18 years of age, show steady employment history and can pass a comprehensive background check that includes criminal history check, credit check and in some state’s a pre-employment polygraph.

The CMS Teller job duties require the following:

  • Ability to repetitiously bend to lift items weighing 50 pounds each while loading or unloading carts.
  • Ability to walk continuously between bins, vaults, booths and counters.
  • Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time.
  • Ability to count, and do basic math applications including addition, subtraction and balancing a column of numbers.
  • Communicate with customers and co-workers.
  • Command of English, as a second language to sufficiently read receipts, manifest and reports.
  • Unrestricted wrist, hand and finger dexterity
  • Work in a room within a vault with little or no exposure to outside light

We have openings for applicants for the following work schedules:

Monday thru Friday shift starts between 6:00AM and 8:00AM

Full-Time

$25,000 – $30,000 /Year
On-line applicants may be contacted to further discuss the opportunity either by email or phone.

Apply online: http://www.work4loomis.com

Thanks Isn’t Just for Thanksgiving

9 Aug

This guest post is by Tosha McCarter, BS, Administrative Assistant to Dr. Kirk

You’ve finished your interview, where do you go from here? I am sure you are anxious and ready to find out if you will get the job that you have applied for. From personal experience the wait can be torturous. However, don’t get pushy! I don’t know of any employers that would knowingly hire a pushy employee.

So, how do you get the upper hand? You know, that little something special that really makes the difference, from being one in a hundred, rather than one of hundreds? Good, old fashion, common courtesy that’s how! It can be as simple as sending a thank you letter to your interviewer. Be sincere; thank them for their time and for giving you the opportunity to meet with them. I mean, at least they let you interview.

Now, I know that we live in a time where technology is everything, and we can send a text in a matter of seconds, but you really need to send a hand written thank you. Nothing says, I put absolutely no time or effort into this like a poorly constructed e-mail with bad grammar and abbreviations. When you write out your letter be sure to address the letter to your interviewer, spell their name CORRECTLY. They want to know that you pay attention to details and care about people. Nothing screams “I’m a telemarketer who doesn’t know you from Adam” than an incorrectly pronounced name.

It’s the same scenario when writing a letter. I cringe, time after time, when people spell my name incorrectly. I really hope that I am making myself clear how important spelling and grammar are to your future employer. The way you present yourself, in writing and in person, is very important because you only have one chance to make a first impression.

Now to the “good” stuff, writing and sending the letter: You should send the letter the day of your interview. Go ahead and use that energy and excitement to make sure your interview wasn’t in vain. Your employer needs to know that you are punctual. By getting the letter written and in the mail the same day, it shows your true desire to work for their company. You may be asking, “What should this letter say?” Be sure to thank them for their time, and be positive about the future (i.e. I look forward to the next step with ABC Company; or I look forward to speaking with you soon). Sell yourself! There is no shame mentioning one aspect of the job you know that you would be killer at. This lets them know that you were paying attention, and that you want this job not a job. Be sure to keep the note short and simple. These tips will definitely make your thank you letter successful.

If you haven’t heard from the employer within a week after sending the thank you, it is completely acceptable to follow up. When following up use the interviewer’s preferred method of communication, whether it is by e-mail, phone or in person. You may think this sounds lame or that it will take tons of time; you should know it is worth the effort.  Did you know that not writing a thank you letter is one of the top ten interview mistakes according to Robert LaBombard CEO, GradStaff Inc.? So don’t be too proud to say thanks your future employer will be happy that you did!

The Underground Job Search

3 Aug

Post by Sara Harper Gallagher, Assistant to Teresa Knox at Community Care College, Clary Sage College and Oklahoma Technical College and Blogger at Gears and Shifts

This morning, I heard a news story on the radio about the computer company Hewlett-Packard, which just settled a court case “neither admitting nor denying” that they overcharged the government on federal contracts, and used the money to pay kickbacks to consultants who recommended HP products for government purchase.

It seems like I’ve been hearing more and more about “white-collar” crime lately. Apparently, good old-fashioned crimes of passion are a thing of the past.

As I was thinking about this trend, sipping my Diet Coke (which I require to do any deep thinking), I couldn’t help but wonder:

How does crime like this even happen?

I have a hard enough time asking my friends for change for the coke machine…let alone “insider information” to help me score big in the stock market.

And then I thought:

I’ll bet that’s how most people feel when they try to find jobs that aren’t advertised.

Almost 80% of all available jobs aren’t advertised in the paper or on the internet. Many employers rely on word-of-mouth and other factors to find qualified candidates. And yet, I know that must of us feel very uncomfortable walking into a business unannounced to ask about job openings.

Some of us even feel like we’re doing something wrong. But if all of us compete for the same 20% of advertised jobs, 80% of us are going to be very, very frustrated job seekers. So here are some tips to help you work the “underground job network.”

1. Do make phone calls, even to places who aren’t advertising job leads.

However, before you do this, make sure you do at least some basic research about the business (internet is great for that) and prepare a 30-second introduction speech (you can even write it down). Something like this works well:

Hello, my name is XYZ. I’m a certified Medical Assistant looking for a position at a family practice clinic. I wanted to call you because you have such a great reputation in the community, and I have many friends who are patients there. Your website doesn’t show any open positions, but I would love to send my resume to you anyway in case anything opens up.

2. Do spend a half-day doing “drive by’s.”

Bring lots of copies of your resume, printed on nice linen paper, and wear professional but comfortable clothing. Drop by at least fifteen offices and introduce yourself with a similar speech as above…you may be asked to do an “impromptu” interview on the spot!

3. Leverage your network.

You need to do this in two ways. First (and most importantly) write a list of everyone you know who may be willing to help you in your job search. Don’t worry about picking people with a direct connection to your field. For example, I don’t work in the healthcare industry, but I know TONS of doctors and corporate medical professionals. But you wouldn’t know that unless you asked.

Next, contact these people individually and personally and let them know you’re looking for work and whether they have any ideas about where you might look. Asking for “ideas” is better than asking for “job leads” because most people will freeze up when you mention the J-word. Unless they are actively searching for the same kind of job, they won’t know about specific positions. However, they will probably know people who are either hiring, or know someone else who is.

The second way to leverage your network is online. You should be on LinkedIn and other networks, and you should be paying attention to the content you have posted on FB and twitter. Make sure it’s professional, at least while you’re searching for a job.

4. Skip the big job sites, and look up company websites individually to look for open positions.

Posting on big job sites can be expensive, so lots of places will simply post open jobs on their own website.

Full and Part-time Jobs Available

2 Aug

Outback Steakhouse

On Yale is now looking for Exp. Servers & Hostesses.

Apply in person Mon – Thurs, from 1p-3p

918-627-1992

New Restaurant

Needed for new restaurant: Line Cooks, Dish- washers & Bussers.

Call: 918-978-8847

Concession Workers

Be a part of the Tulsa Drillers Inaugural season at Oneok Field as they drive for the playoffs. 20 Concession Workers needed. Must have current Food Handlers permit (bring to interview) Must be able to work flexible schedule evenings and weekends.

Apply Mon/Tues.Apply at Tulsa’s Green Country Staffing 5841 S. Garnett Rd. 918-250-9660 Ask for Trey.

Hilton Garden Inn

Currently accepting applications for: CHEF, LINE COOK- Pay is based on experience.

If interested please apply in person at: 7728 E. Virgin Court Tulsa, OK 74115

Sales Associates

Plant Goodwill Store SALES ASSOCIATES FT & PT – $8.00/hr Must be flexible to work the full scope of the work schedule including weekends. Must have clean criminal background. Some weekends required.

Apply at Goodwill 2800 Southwest Blvd. or FAX (918) 592-7664 or http://www.goodwilltulsa.org EOE

Delivery Drivers

Rentquik has several positions available. $10/hr to start.

Apply at: 5204 S. Peoria, 7850 E. Admiral.

Help Wanted

To hand out flyers in 71st & Garnett area.

Please call 633-7891 for info.

Telephone Representatives

Needed to start immed. Must be at least 18 yrs. of age. No selling involved. Work 5 pm-9 pm

Call 743-1392

Fox Cleaners

Is now looking for mature and responsible individuals to fill the following positions: • Front Counter All Hrs • Pressers(exp a must) • Finshers.

Please apply in person at 6508 E. 91st or 4102 S Harvard

Maid Brigade

Residential House Cleaners needed. Exp. a plus.

Call 664-6245

General Openings

Adkore Staffing Accepting Applications

Online Adkore.com

Maid Service

Are your hours this good? Sign on Bonus! No nights or weekends. Earn $300 to $400 per week plus mileage. Car, insurance and DL required. Pass background check and drug screen.

Apply: MERRY MAIDS 5656 S. Mingo Rd.

Drivers Needed

Drive an ice cream truck in Tulsa area. Earn up to $110 CASH daily. No exp. needed! Train today/Start Tomorrow.

Apply today: Summer Song – 1319 East 4th Street, Tulsa 1-888-608-1783

House Cleaner

WE NEED YOU! Mon-Fri. Daytime hours cleaning houses. $9-11/hr. Car req’d, mileage paid.

Call 493-3534.

Lot Porter/Car Wash

Full time, afternoon & Saturday hours. Must be able to operate a standard transmission & have good driving record with neat appearance.

Apply in person to Service Dept. Don Carlton Acura 4905 S. Memorial

Part Time Office Assistant

Needed 9-3, M-F for local contractor. Must be proficient in MS Office, detail-oriented, organized and flexible. Quickbooks preferred.

Send resume with references to brf_inc@yahoo.com

Tanning Salon

Part-time help for a tanning salon. Experience preferred.

Please call 627-6551

Part-Time

Great for someone going to school. Must have professional appearance. Good with people.

Apply in person or fax resume to: 918-664-1129 Don Carlton Acura 4905 S. Memorial Cashier

Customer Service

New Proerty seeking: friendly, energetic part time employee. Customer service, computer skills necessary. Approx. 15 hours/week. $8.50. American Storage 455-1010,

apply in person 901 W. New Orleans, Broken Arrow, OK

Apartment Porter/Painter

Needed for part time for a small completely renovated Broken Arrow community. Must be dependable, experience helpful & drug test required.

Please apply in person at the wonderful Carlyle Apartments, 1010 Carlyle Drive, and Broken Arrow. No phone calls please.

Activity Assistant

Would you like to work in a bright, cherry environment? Do you like to have fun at work? Brighton Gardens, a Premier Assisted Living Community, has an immediate opportunity for a part-time Activity Assistant. We offer competitive wages and great benefits with 20+ hours or more per week. If you are interested,

Please apply in person: 5211 S. Lewis, Tulsa, OK. We are a drug free workplace. EOE m/f/v/d

Cato

For more than 50 years, Cato employees have proven that the smart place to shop is the smart place to work. Cato currently has an immediate opportunity in the Broken Arrow, OK area: Store Manager We are seeking an energetic individual with one year retail sales or management experience and the ability to inspire others. If a career in fashion is what you are looking for, this may be the opportunity that you have been waiting for! Cato part-time and full-time associates enjoy the benefits of insurance coverage, stock purchase, 401(K) investment and merchandise discounts. For consideration, please visit our website at http://www.catofashions.com to complete our online application. Applications must be faxed to (918) 369-9960. EOE/Drug Testing

Beene Services

Is hiring a Receptionist. Flexible hours.

Please apply online at www.beene.cc

BRB Contractors, Inc.,

A heavy construction contractor, has openings for skilled laborers and skilled form carpenters at our jobsite located at 600 S. Main, Owasso, Ok. Salary will be based on experience. BRB is an equal opportunity employer and seeks diversity in our workforce. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Apply at jobsite between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday – Thursday or call 918-376-9675

Shipping & Receiving

Great job for person experienced in shipping & receiving, must be experienced on a forklift – computer skills preferred for inventory control. Must have clean background and be drugfree. Must have valid driver’s license – CDL preferred but not necessary. THIS JOB STARTS IMMEDIATELY. Knowledge of phone equipment and cable equipment preferred but not necessary – training provided on the inventory this company has. Should have experience driving pickup truck with a trailer attached.

Please call Paul Hagler @ (918) 622-7085 for interview

Accounts Receivable Collector

Established 30 year old company looking for a part-time, temporary Accounts Receivable Collector to call on primarily business that owe money. Approximately 20-30 hours per week, you decide your schedule. Good non-smoking work environment, need computer skills, good phone skills, organized.

Email resume to   job-tvvb7-1875742879@craigslist.org

Mod’s Coffee and Crepes

Is looking for night and weekend help, foodservice experience preferred. Part time position.
Need energetic and excited person to join our small team!

Please apply at 507 S. Boston, between 2pm-6pm Tuesday through Friday.
For more information call (918) 582-6637 or visit www.modscrepes.com.

Real Estate Office

needing part time help-hours are flexible.
Small real estate office- Skill set– multi-task, data entry, maintain several web pages, QuickBooks, strong computer skills a must. Real estate background would be helpful.

Please e-mail your qualifications & work history, and a contact phone number. job-qbkqy-1869708217@craigslist.org

Tech Person

A small church-related company is looking to fill a part-time technical support position. The position will be 10-20 hours of very flexible time making it an ideal match for a stay-at-home parent or a student.
The ideal candidate will have experience with:
Window 7, Office 2007 Printers, fax, scanners, Basic networking

They should be able to: Diagnose PC problems and offer solutions Handle basic system administration tasks as required
Perform basic date-entry and proofreading as required Organize and be able to meet deadlines.

Please send resume, pay requirement, references and availability job-ea8ph-1870003726@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

Administration Assistant

Seeking reliable part-time Administration Assistant for MEP/FP consulting firm in downtown Tulsa. Must be able to work M-F, 1-5p.m. with additional hours possible. Admin experience appreciated but will train qualified applicant. Please contact Christi Helmer at 918-584-0102 X10 or e-mail resume to helmer@phillbac.com
servers full & part-time needed for fine dining steakhouse in broken arrow
must be able to acquire liquor license. no
no Sundays most holidays off. no tip sharing

Please call 918-402-6953 for interview app.

The S Word: Salary!

2 Aug

Okay, you’ve got the job…how do you negotiate salary? Experts have a lot of different opinions on this, but here are some links to the best of the internet:

How To Get a Raise” by Penelope Trunk

Quote from article: “You do not deserve a raise just because you have been doing your job well for x amount of months. It is your job to do your job well.  That’s why you were hired.”

4 Tips for Salary Negotiation” (another good one) by Penelope Trunk

Quote from article: “Do not negotiate until you have an offer in writing.”

Negotiating is an Art” by Careeralism

Quote from article: “vacation time, external training, stock options, and bonuses are some things you can negotiate to make up for compensation.”

What Do You Do Once You Get the Job Offer?” by Careers4bid.com

Quote from article: “A standard offer letter will contain the following: your job title, your starting date, whom you will report to, compensation, benefits, and vacation. Verify the details.”

Evaluating Job Offers and Negotiating Salary by Thomas J. Denham

Quote from Article: “Searching for a position is difficult.  After spending many hours on a search, making a careful decision regarding a job offer is important. Getting an offer does not necessarily mean you will take the job. Most employers will not expect you to make a decision on the spot.”

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