The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 21, 2001 · Page 19
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THE SALINA JOURNAL CLASSIFIED SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2001! CI CAREERS & 2 0 0 Siilhiu Jour mil Job hunting? Here are some tips to put you on the right path Carla Scassellati-Strand Journal Advertising Writer Looking for a job? While jobs have been plentiful the past few years, there are still certain procedures most people must foUow starting a new job. Though sldlls and training and knowing the boss may get your application placed at the top of the heap, most people must still go through an interview. Linda Talbott, Schools To Career coordinator for Smoky Hill Education Service Center, 605 E. Crawford, said searching for a job can take a long time if you don't prepare before showing up for the interview. "It is important to remember that the purpose of the interview is to determine whether yoiu- qualifications and personality fit the job and organization," she said. The quality of the interview can easUy be the difference between getting a job offer or a "sony, but..." letter. "You must show tiie interviewer in person you are as impressive as your qualifications state on yom- application or resume, and that you are the best person for the job," she said. Interviews can also give you an idea if you will fit into a particular job situ ation. "Interviews usually reveal whetiier you and interviewer can get along and whether you fit into a workplace," she said. Applicants should remember that the interviewer would do most of the talking during the actual interview, she said. Some of the things that they may talk about include a description of the company and the job opening, t Talbott also recommends that before an in­ terview, applicants should be prepared to answer questions about their background and interests. Again, preparations before the day of the interview can mal<e a difference. Looking for an edge on the competition? Talbott has some tips for preparing for an interview: 1. Organize your clotiiing tiie night before. 2. Visualize a positive attitude. 3. Be punctual. Arrive 15 minutes early to do things such as check appearance or adopt a positive mind set. 4. Bring a notebook to jot down questions, points or assignments. 5. Prepare answers to broad questions about yom-self. 6. Prepare and take a list of questions to ask the interviewer. 7. Practice intervievmg with family and friends. 8. Call interviewer if you can make the appointment. Apologize and ask to reschedule. 9. Take several copies of your resimie (if applicable). 10. Learn all you can about the organization or at least know something about the company. Want to do even more before the day of the interview? Talbott has more tips to help prepare for an interview. Gather this information days or hours before your appointment. 1.1 have an accurate and interesting resume free of errors. 2. I sent a cover letter along with my re- smne. 3.1 confirmed my interview date, time and location. Do puzzle lo Does a penchant for puzzles give certain people an advantage in the Field of tax preparation? It's possible. Working with numbers, managing money and preparing taxes are much like solving a good puzzle - pleasant work that's both challenging and rewarding. If you enjoy solving puzzles and have a desire to help others, take the H&R Block Income Tax Course. It's designed for people who want to increase their tax knowledge and save money on taxes, and who may be looking for a second career or seasonal employment. After completing the course, you may even have the chance lo interview for employment with H&R Block* For more information or to register, call 785-827-5817 or visit our Web site at www.hrblock.com H&R BLOCK 1103-F W.Crawford Salina, KS •Complelion of llie course is ncilher an offer nor a guaranlee of employment. OaXKl H&K Block Tax .Services Inc. AA EEO/M/F/S/V MDC ASSISTANT Salina Regional Health Center has a full- time opening in the Materials Distribution Center. Responsibilities include: provide clerical support for shipping and receiving activities and inspect and deliver incoming materials and supplies to departments. Qualified candidates must have good interpersonal skills, computer knowledge, good math skills and possess a valid Kansas driver's license. This position requires heavy physical effort (be able to lift/carry up to 65 pounds from floor to waist). Day shift with rotating weekends and holidays. To apply, please complete an application at: Salina Regiona Health Center HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT 400 S. SANTA FE SALINA, KS 67401 785-452-7154 785-452-7684 Fax www.SRHC.com EOE FIRST BANK KANSAS First Bank Kansas is looking for exceptional people for both PART- TIME and FULL-TIME TELLER positions. Previous cash hantdling and computer skills desired. Excellent customer service skills mandatory. If you would like to work for a company that is small enough to care about you and large enough to offer great benefits,please send resume to: Human Resources P.O. 60x1337, Salina Kansas 67402-1337 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR Rcsptinsibilitifs include planning, organizing and directing ilic day lo day work programs to provide a.sccriaincd levels ol excellence on the campiLs. Rcsponsiliilitics also include coordination of grounds maintenance work activity with other cimpiis services and physical facilities. • Plans, develops, prioritize,*; and manages efficient and economical grounds maintenance. • Guides, trains and gives technical assistance to employees engaged in daily grounds mainten ;\ncc tasks. • initiates the purcha.sc of supphes, tools and equipment. This po -siiion requires extensive technical knowledge and understanding of grounds management and horiicuitural practices as related to the Kansas Weslcyan Campus. It requires the ability to organize, prioritize and perform under presstue in both client contact and internal departmental capacity. The position reports to the Director of Physical Plant. Salary ranges from SH.OO per hour to SI3.00 per hour. Apply tiv. Director ol I'hysical Plant Kansas Weslcyan University iOOli. Claflin Avenue Salina. KS 67401 EOIi ADVERTISE!! Nev .-v. Life. S SPRINGSpecials FREE SHIRT & TIE with any SPORT COAT Regular priced sport coats in stock, ^^^w^^^^^^^^*^^^^^ Ha rod 5 110 S. SanUi Fc • Downtown It's Worth The Trip 823-8181 / 1-800-823-3827 choo eciaity School Specialty is now accepting applications and hiring for part-time, full-time, temporary seasonal warehouse employment. The nation's largest school supply and equipment distributor has positions open for receivers, stockers, order fillers, packers, assemblers, shippers and maintenance personnel for all shifts. Applicants must possess a positive attitude, be detail oriented and accurate, have a willingness to work hard, possess good math and reading skills and have an excellent attendance record.. i- - Competitive base wage of $7.00 per hour. I> Summer bonus program. « - Shift differential pay of $.50 per hour. * •• Probable overtime availabihty. i Clean, friendly work environment, i- •• Product purchases at 12% above cost, t ' Seasonal re-employment with raises based upon acceptable performance. Apply in person Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. at: School Specialty 3525 South 9th St. Salina, Kansas E.O.E. Creating A Future That Works! Success Doesn't Just Happen. One Stop Employment Services JOB SEEKER • Training/Edu, Referrals • Work Skills Assessments • Resume & Interview Preparation •Small Business Developmen • Community Services EMPLOYER Recruitment / Retention • Job Analysis • Skills Identification • Training & Continuing Education »Economic Development To Learn More: Contact The Regional Workforce Center Or One, |top ^^^jftifieiit Center At (785y 827-9301. iiiiiii We're it • • • for your {\j stop job search! TAG The Arnold Group 249 S. Santa Fe, Salina (785) 826-9222 INDUSTRIAL CONTHOLS, INC KASA INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS, INC. ELECTRICAL CONTROLS/COMPUTER PROGRAMMING ENGINEER Engineers at Kasa design both the hardware and .software for custoin electrical control sy.stctii.s for a variety of indu.slrics, using the latest technologies. Successful applicants will be involved with project management, electrical design and programming/ncld start up of the .system. Travel is a job requirement of all engineering positions. Control engineers will have experience in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or computer science through work related experience, a college degree or a technical school certificate. Knowledge of Windows, Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Visual Basic, Man Machine Interfaces (MMI) such as Wonderware, R.SView 32 and Panelview helpful but not required. Benefits' include: Paid health insurance, dental insurance, 401K, profit sharing, stock ownership. EOE. Qualified applicants send resume lo: Human Resources Kasa Industrial Controls, Inc. P.O. Box 6170 Salina, KS 67401-0170 FREE Roth IRA Information .WADDEa <&rREED Financial Services" waddell.com Member SIPC Investing. With a plan.^*^ Toni Renfro 131 N. Santa Fe, Suite lA Salina, KS 67401 785-827-3606

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