Our job board is dedicated to jobs for students, recent graduates, poeple that are looking for a flexible work schedule, candidates that are switching to another field, etc. Several kind of positions can be found or posted: Part time, entry level, internships, volunteer and also regular positions that do not require years of experience.
Employers may post their job opportunities or access the candidates database for doing some proactive hiring. Candidates may browse the listing of available positions, and have also the possibility to post their resume so that prospective employers can know about their skills.
Federal government shutdown continues to affect Oregon workers
(2013-12-07) The impact of the October 2013 federal government shutdown still lingers among federal workers.
Brooke Chase Associates, Inc. Recruits Paul Mixon as Sr. Product Manager for Clarion Laminate, LLC
(2013-12-07) Executive search firm, Brooke Chase Associates, Inc., is pleased to announce the successful placement of Paul Mixon as Sr. Product Manager with laminate flooring manufacturer, Clarion Laminate.
Women-Owned Small Business Makes Big Changes
(2013-12-06) Starting and growing a small business as a women has paid off for Christy Rogers, owner of Go Corporate Training, now called Training Umbrella. As a lifelong educator the dream of being able to teach and own a small business is starting to pay off.
Career Advice From a Canadian Construction Worker
(2013-12-06) The millennium generation is different. Studies show that the most of the new work force is looking for the same types of growth and advancement as their baby boomer predecessors, yet, where the baby boomers may look to stay at a company for 20-30 years and retire, the millennium generation's career path is focused more on a growth path versus the linear even if it means changing careers, disciplines or companies. In the words of a very successful construction contractor, Mike Holmes, when creating your career path "Make it right".
Advances in the Dispatch Career
(2013-12-06) North American commerce depends on dispatchers who oversee and direct the cross-continental distribution of freight. Dispatching demands knowledge of cargo regulations, radio and switchboard operation, inventory management, highway, and route planning, and dispatchers may apply this knowledge from major transportation hubs or large vehicle depot centers, from small businesses, or from truck cabs on the open road.