I have applied for a position at Babich & Associates in the past. I never received any further communications from anyone. I will be applying for the CAD Drafter position. My application will be arriving shortly. After looking over my credentials, I hope to hear from your hiring manager. Hoping to gain employment with the Babich and Associates family.
I am an NCIDQ certified interior designer and believe that my ability to effectively communicate with design professionals, tradespeople, and clients would be of great benefit to any design firm. Throughout my design career, my strong ability to multi-task and collaborate with team members and clients has allowed me to be involved in all phases of design work, including initial concept design, design development and refinement, preparation of construction documents and technical specifications, and overall design and construction project management. My experience also includes management and supervision of employees, conducting ergonomic assessments, writing training manuals, and marketing (including coordinating and responding to requests for proposals). I am proficient in Microsoft Office and am interested in updating my AutoCAD skills and in learning Revit and Sketch-up.
Hi everyone, I wanted to let all the job boards including: Jobcase, Indeed, Glassdoor Jobs, that I accepted a job In Coral Gables, Fl. and start my Job tomorrow (11/20/17) with JSK Architectural Group, a great firm just what I had prayed for 3.5 mo. for the Lord to place me in the appropriate job in his timing, once I accepted the Lord's timing everything worked out perfectly, I mean perfectly!!. Not easy to do but I trusted in the Lord's perfect timing. Thanks again to all the web job boards for your continued funneling of relevant work. Please remove my name from your job boards. God bless you all Respectfully Leopoldo Hau
I wonder if you all have considered FlexJobs. I too am facing age discrimination. To further my career I believe I would need to finish my education towards an engineering or architectural degree. I have a degree in accounting and one in web design, associates. Unfortunately, during our last administration, the market was flooded with accountants. I live in an are where the closest university is 70 miles from my home. I have a full time job, but it isn't satisfactory enough to want to stay until or if I ever retire. Hence the need to finish my degree program. My problem is that I don't want to drive 140 miles a day after working 8 hours. I used to 10 years ago, but I am going to be 56 in a couple of months and I was in an accident for the second time in 4 years that left my car totalled. I live on the great lakes so I will always have winter weather. I fear driving in bad weather. I signed up with flexjobs and my indeed alert is for remote jobs. I applied for jobs near the schools with the plan for relocating and I get 0 responses. 0. Companies outside of my profession respond but not the "professionals". So I am assuming it is my age. FlexJobs asks for a small monthly fee. Indeed is free and I have gotten contact work through Craigslist. I am a Draftsmen with an associates in architecture and 20 years experience in Civil drafting. I don't have the greatest record, I am female and 55 years old. I made poor choices concerning opportunities so I feel that I didn't plan as well for old age as I should have. But, I regained my optimism from looking through the remote jobs today that came to my email. I applied for jobs on FlexJobs and was told by a company I am very interested in, that I was turned down Only because I am not available during their business hours. Many companies want you home working during normal business hours. I'm not complaining on here, I just thought that some of you should try FlexJobs. They don't have the age barriers. Or at least I never felt they do. Gosh, I have seen jobs for English teachers requiring no experience. Just keep your head up. Trust I know it's difficult at times. I work in the building industry and it came to a halt completely during the housing market crash. Just keep trying. And go for the long shots.
I went to school at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California. Clearly one of the highlights of my life. Perhaps it was because I was 18 years of age. But in an amazingly scenic small city and rural area near the beach, mountains and and significant cultural/historic setting, the school emphasized, "learn by doing". Projects, not just books and essay papers, were the main draw of the school. You not only learned your major; mine was in the School of Architecture and Environmental Design; you learned from the other students, who had majors from mechanical engineering to animal husbandry because projects were being developed out in the open; everywhere. An amazing place.