I applied online to several reputable construction companies for a Project Manager position. Thinking back, I should have included a cover letter with each application and resume to stand out with corporate recruiters. Does anyone read cover letters anymore? All my experience and skills are on my resume but I still have time to go back and add a cover letter if that’s going to boost my chances to get an interview. What should I put on a cover letter that isn’t already on the application and resume? Suggestions??
AIS Construction Equipment Corporation, in Lansing, Michigan is hosting two information sessions for individuals interested in Heavy Equipment Operator training and employment on Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at the Lansing Service Center, 2110 S. Cedar Street, Lansing, MI 48910 The session will include what trainings AIS provides and the types of positions participants would be qualified for after training, typically positions with wages of $16 an hour and even higher depending on experience and the employer. Representatives from Capital Area Michigan Works! will also be on site to discuss the various workforce programs, what qualifies individuals for these programs and potential AIS training assistance for eligible individuals. If you’re interested in attending you can pre-register online at (https://goo.gl/5MSBdv). Also visit the Capital Area Michigan Works website for other information sessions and hiring events, (http://www.camw.org). Don’t forget to share your experience with the Jobcase community if you attend!!
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I have all this experience with equipment and similar in the art of concrete I know how to build a house. What am I doing wrong why can't I just get a good job
What skills do I need to get a job without a degree?
Been thinking of relocating and was applying to some jobs but I think I’m not being considered because my current address in out of state. How can I get my resume noticed for an out of state job?
I felt this interview went okay and I want to ask the interviewer for feedback but I’m not sure how to go about it.
I live in batesville indiana, look for heavy equipment operator job or construction but having no luck anywhere