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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
11 days ago

3 Work From Home Job Opportunities for Transitioning FoodService Workers!!

Getting back into the foodservice industry has raised some serious concerns for eligible workers. Fear over exposure to COVID-19, more pandemic business closers, and low paying wages rank among the highest issues for active job seekers considering going back into what has become a highly risky work environment.

Luckily, the remote/work from home industry is responding with a series of new, entry-level, no experience job options. These jobs offer extensive training and on-boarding as well as basic service qualification standards to allow more job change or skills transitioning opportunities.

Below we have identified and listed 3 new remote job opportunities that offer excellent transitioning opportunities for foodservice and other essential workers.

Use the job links below to review all the job details and qualification requirements. Follow the online application instructions to submit your candidacy for each role that fits your new job interests and future career goals.

Application Tip - Top 3 skills you need to land that WFH job

Application Tip - How to Get Your Resume/Application Past Screening Programs

Find more remote job leads and hiring announcements on our #workfromhome topic page. Also, don't miss out on opportunities to Boost Your Hiring Potential!

  • Connect with us and other members in this community for access to professional references, job referral, and more employment networking opportunities.

#workfromhome #alorica #kellyconnect #snapdocs #hiringnews #jobsearch #customerservice #careerchange #NationWideUSA

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Ready for something different?

Time to make a CHANGE for the better! Wouldn't you like to move towards a job that’s closer to your heart? Making a career change can pose some challenges, but it also offers many rewards.

Check out some of the FREE online assessments, skills development workshops, and career counseling services that are available right in your own community.

Visit the Minnesota Career resource website (click below) and discover the new employment possibilities right at your doorstep. https://www.careerforcemn.com

#MinnesotaCareerResourceCenters #JobTraining #careerchange #jobsearch MinnesotaJobs

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Military Skills Translator

Use the Military Skills Translator to convert your military experience and discover your new civilian career options at UnitedHealth Group.

Go to UHG’s Transitioning Military page for more information.

#UnitedHealth #Military #Healthcare #careerchange

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Tired of the Same Ole job?

What's your next move? Have you been exploring any other job opportunities or industries? Thinking about going back to school?

The Minnesota Career Resource website has a FREE online NEW job path tool designed to help you identify your strongest in demand skills and match those to new jobs you can easily transition into.

Go to the Minnesota Career resource Advance Your Career and take the quick assessment.

Share your results with the community and we'll help you connect with NEW local hiring opportunities.

#CareerChange #MinnesotaCareerResource #AssessmentTool #Duluth #MinnesotaJobs

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

UHG Military Internship Program

The Military Internship Program (MIP), in partnership with DoD Skillbridge, is an innovative and collaborative approach between UnitedHealth Group and all branches of the U.S. Military.

The program is open to all transitioning active duty service members that qualify. Learn more about how the best and brightest work together to make positive change a reality.

Internship options include (Business & Finance, Operations, Clinical Operations, Customer Service and Technology industry). Submit Contact Form for more information or click here if you're ready to apply today!

#UnitedHealth #Military #Internships #Business #Finance #Operations #Clinical #Technology #careerchange

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

This is our hiring process…

Here's a brief breakdown of the UnitedHealth Group hiring process and what you can expect after your online application submission.

  • Application - carefully review the required and preferred qualifications on the job description and make sure you have the skills and experience necessary to be considered for the job. Tip, tailor your resume to meet the job requirements.

  • Application Review - after you apply, your resume will be reviewed by UHG recruiters to ensure that you meet all the qualifications required for the job position you applied for. Keep a close eye on your email for an application receipt and next step(s) notification. Tip, make a note of the username and password you created to apply and use this info to log back into your application portal to check your application status.

  • Assessment - depending on the job you apply for, you may be asked to complete an online assessment that may be followed by a digital interview.

  • Interview - if you meet all of the qualifications for the job(s) you're pursuing, a UHG recruiter may initiate the next steps – this can be a phone interview, pre-employment assessment or video interview.

  • Offer & Welcome - after the interview process, a hiring decision will be made. If you are offered a position, it will come as a verbal offer of employment, followed by an email when you accept.

  • On-Boarding - Congratulations on becoming a new employee! Your hiring manager or recruiter will convey further details including start dates, benefits and on-boarding information.

Ready to get started? Go to https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com and discover your next career employment opportunity today!

#UnitedHealth #HiringProcess #CareerChange #NewCareers #Healthcare

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Destiny Hampton
29 days ago

How will working at Smoothie King help me grow a career?

I'm can go to college in do hair in I'm can have my own business in get me a house a car in have a good career and god bless u in I'm thank u so much #careerchange

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Elyssa Duncan

Congrats on your exciting career moves, @Destiny Hampton!!! That is amazing. Keep us updated with all of your exciting progress :)

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Henry Carmona
about 1 month ago

HOT JOB ALERT! The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company is hiring for a Truck Care Tire & Lube Technician - Matthews, MO. Apply here: https://goodyear.greatjob.net/en/position/truck-care-tire-lube-technician-matthews-mo-matthews-mo-us General Description:

As the Tire/Lube Technician, you will work in a Goodyear Truck Care Center which is an "on-highway" location providing light mechanical service and tire service to the Commercial Trucking industry.

Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

Repair, replace, mount and balance commercial tires (Tire Service). Complete lube, oil change, filter service and brake adjustment (Preventive Maintenance). Drain and fill Coolant System. Perform a variety of manual tasks for extended periods of time, which may include light and heavy lifting, including commercial tires and wheels, standing, bending, and squatting Basic Requirements:

Must have a valid driver's license for the type of vehicle required for the position and be able to meet commercial driver qualification requirements. Must be at least 21 years of age. No relocation is being offered for this position. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without company sponsorship now or in the future. Preferred Qualifications:

Previous Commercial truck service.
High School or GED.
Candidate Criteria:

Commitment to follow all safety procedures and work in a safe manner. Must be able to work in a results-oriented, fast-paced environment as part of a team. Must be a self-starter and willing to take initiative, able and willing to work without direct supervision, and be willing to attend appropriate training sessions. #nowhiring #jobsearch #careerchange

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Mariah Bliss

Hi Colette: This is a great question! I think if you present your resume in a certain way, you'll probably be able to get a lot of interviews with employers outside of childcare. For example, taking care of kids requires a lot of organizational skills, multi-tasking, energy, etc. These are all skills that employers really need, so I'd highlight that on your resume first.

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GEORGIA BOLES

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