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Lenin Pina
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over 6 months ago

Join the Industry Leader in Live Event Technology! PSAV, the leading supplier of audiovisual and event technology to hotels, associations, producers and meeting planners worldwide is hosting an Audio Visual Technician Hiring Event next Tuesday, October 1 in San Antonio, TX.

Come explore the career possibilities with the Audio Visual Technology industry and discover your next career move.

Go to PSAV San Antonio AV Tech Hiring Event Application for more information.

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Willie Dilworth
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over 6 months ago

I would tell someone who is seeking employment at the Library to go full speed ahead. Because the Kansas City Public Library is a great place to work. And to consider it a privilege to be apart of that system.

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Willie Dilworth
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over 6 months ago

I didn’t make any big mistakes at the Library.

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Steve Wise
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over 6 months ago

As an Audio Visual Technician my services are available in the south Florida area. I Provides Local Onsite Service, Support & Installation of Conference Room & Integrated Media Presentation Systems. If I can be of Assistance to Your Company Please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely Steve Wise

Wise Audio Visual Solutions LLC 4601 Oleander Ave Ft Pierce Fl. 34982 954 682 5896 wiseav@bellsouth.net

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Pedro Roman
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over 6 months ago

I was previously employed with a privately owned audiovisual visual company for nearly 9 years and I had to relocate, for personal reasons, to a location where the company I was working for did not have locations within a reasonable distance for me to travel to. I therefore, put in my notice and gave them over three weeks for my replacement and even extended a few days to assist with a heavily scheduled week. When I spoke to my manager weeks in advance of my relocation, he seem to have understood my situation and wished me well on my decision I had made. I also typed up formal resignation letter to him but on my very last day, he nor the assistant manager were in for the day, so I continued to work that day before I had to leave for my move. I've now been in Florida for the last two and a half weeks and all I've been able to get is the first interviews of job rolls I qualify for but no call backs. I even tried networking through a friend who is in the field in which he sounded very enthusiastic about me coming on board, but after I had filled out a w9 form and sent in info for a background check, I haven't heard from him nor will he respond to my calls or texts. I'm just wondering if I may have been black listed for some odd reason? I believe I may have followed the proper channels in communication with my manager and hr representative, but maybe some details may have been left out of what I may have understood. Can anyone help me with this? I'd really value your time.

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