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Jenen Terista
5 months ago

PLEASE READ ENTIRE PROJECT FOR BID OFFERS. THERE ARE DIRECTIONS BELOW THAT MUST BE ADDRESSED IN ALL BID SUBMISSIONS. ANY BIDS NOT INCLUDING ALL CRITERIA LISTED, WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN OUR APPROVAL PROCESS.

I'm a private chef, and I work with hundreds of elderly clients with food allergies or intolerances.

I need a user-friendly website with a Recipe Finder software platform that my clients can use to cross-reference my master recipe ingredient list with all of my 200+ recipes. I need the software to allow the user to alert me about what ingredients they don't like or are allergic to in their food.

I need the software to be able to do the following three steps:

  1. The user will log into the website and open a master list of ingredients.

  2. The user will mark/check any ingredients on the master list that they do NOT want included in their recipe.

  3. The software will cross-reference the master ingredient list with 200+ recipes and identify qualified recipies.

  4. The software will compile a list with images of all recipes that do NOT contain the identified and checked ingredients from step 1.

  5. The final list needs to appear in ascending order and must provide color coded recipes beginning with the least amount of identified and checked ingredients: Examples of the order of qualified recipies listed below:

Green - Starting with all recipes that have 0 identified and checked ingredients.

Green - list recipes with only 1 identified and checked ingredients,

Dark yellow - list all recipes with 2 identified and checked ingredients,

Dark yellow - list all recipes with 3 identified and checked ingredients,

Red - list all recipes with 4 identified and checked ingredients,

Red - list all recipes with 5 identified and checked ingredients

Black - list all recipes with 6 identified and checked ingredients,

Black - list all recipes with 7 identified and checked ingredients.

The master list must offer the following options:

  • A search function (for example, a customer can search for a recipe that contains only chicken and rice),

  • An excel upload button/option

  • A print report button on report/option

  • An email to a friend / Share results button/option

I need a website with service that includes IT. I'd prefer wix or Godaddy, Shopify or some other service that includes hosting.

The website platform must:

  • Contain a customer log-in,

  • Maintain the customer profile,

  • Be easy to use,

  • Be visually appealing, and

  • Be uploaded onto a website.

Necessary skills - I need from you:

  • Excellent communication skills.

  • Programming and web design

  • CSS / design experience

  • Keep all deadlines.

  • Create a user-friendly program and upload it to a webpage.

  • Support for future addons or customizations.

I have built several websites and I am aware that this is a fairly simple project. Any bids that are overpriced will not be considered. All bids that are priced fairly will be looked at.

Please send portfolios of past experience along with reviews or references with all bids. We can not work with anyone unless we are able to view past performance.

Thank you for considering this project. I am ready to begin immediately. #unemployment #workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #application #hiringevents #healthcare #coronavirus #resume #deliverydriver #firstjob #foodservices #retail #motivation #ridesharedriver #warehouselogistics #careerdiscovery #hiringnews #officelife #aboutmyjob #stressful #callcenter #veterans #ageism #truckdriver #losangeles #successstory #delta #record #drama #termination #jobsearchlosangeles #advice #onlinetraining #dataentry #coronaviruslosangeles #stimulus #hiringeventprep #unemploymentcalifornia #applicationblackhole #washingtondc #walmart #texas #beenwondering #skillboost #california #florida #policy #arkansas #employershoutout #careerpath #amazon

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Terry Sharp
over 6 months ago

Stuck in the retail management grind and looking for a change. How can I determine the best career path for me now? Are there any tools or quizzes available?

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Isabella Daniels
over 6 months ago

Is anyone familiar with the Chipotle career path. How can I go from crew member to manager? I heard management pays well and offer good benefits and I would like to figure out how long it would take me to get to management if I accept a crew member position now.

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Karen Murphy
over 6 months ago

Check out this great job at Google. Minimum qualifications: High school diploma or G.E.D., or equivalent practical experience 2 years of Relationship Management or Account Management experience Has a valid U.S. driver's license. Travel for in-field work, as required

https://careers.google.com/jobs/results/84566950690071238/ #nowhiring #jobsearch #google #sandiego #jobhunt #jobsearchsandiego #careerpath #GED #highschool #career #salary #RelationshipManager

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Hey Troy, Welcome to jobcase - love the attitude! As a start what can you do to doctor up your profile a bit? Have you had any jobs yet to include? What about volunteer gigs (sometimes what you have achieved volunteering can show employers the value you might bring even better than past work experience). Also we include the praise buttons - dirt simple, just click and well send a message to friends/family, past coworkers, teachers, etc. who will support you. People with lots of praises tend to get looked at and considered more by prospective employers than not. Anyways - we have some simple tools that might show you in better light and its always accessible with a few taps on your phone for whenever you run into somebody who knows of an opportunity for you to send it off to. In the meantime, best way to find opportunities is to 1) set up some informational interviews with people who are doing things that you think look interesting. Asking them to meet to give you some advice about what they do and how you might get on a similar path is something that most people will respond favorably to, and you never know where it might lead. The other thing is to reconnect with people who might point you in a good direction (any teachers, ministers, others). Finally, if there aren't many prospects and your trying to figure out the right road - I do suggest figuring out a good place to volunteer (special olympics, boys club, etc.). First this will really help you stay positive because your time will be spent in such a constructive way, second its a great place to meet people who probably have lots of connections in their day jobs that might help you out in your discovery too.

Hope this helps, just shooting from the hip here which is a bit tough on a very open question. But overall its an exciting time for you. It'll all be good and you've got right attitude and objectives. Just try to narrow them in a bit through an active discovery process over next couple months. Once its a clearer focus - I bet lots of other Jobcasers can start to help find the right connections for you! Good luck and thanks for being part of the community! Fred

Hey Troy, Welcome to jobcase - love the attitude! As a start what can you do to doctor up your profile a bit? Have you had any jobs yet to include? What about volunteer gigs (sometimes what you have achieved volunteering can show employers the value you might bring even better than past work experience). Also we include the praise buttons - dirt simple, just click and well send a message to friends/family, past coworkers, teachers, etc. who will support you. People with lots of praises tend to get looked at and considered more by prospective employers than not. Anyways - we have some simple tools that might show you in better light and its always accessible with a few taps on your phone for whenever you run into somebody who knows of an opportunity for you to send it off to. In the meantime, best way to find opportunities is to 1) set up some informational interviews with people who are doing things that you think look interesting. Asking them to meet to give you some advice about what they do and how you might get on a similar path is something that most people will respond favorably to, and you never know where it might lead. The other thing is to reconnect with people who might point you in a good direction (any teachers, ministers, others). Finally, if there aren't many prospects and your trying to figure out the right road - I do suggest figuring out a good place to volunteer (special olympics, boys club, etc.). First this will really help you stay positive because your time will be spent in such a constructive way, second its a great place to meet people who probably have lots of connections in their day jobs that might help you out in your discovery too.

Hope this helps, just shooting from the hip here which is a bit tough on a very open question. But overall its an exciting time for you. It'll all be good and you've got right attitude and objectives. Just try to narrow them in a bit through an active discovery process over next couple months. Once its a clearer focus - I bet lots of other Jobcasers can start to help find the right connections for you! Good luck and thanks for being part of the community! Fred

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Fred Goff
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
over 6 months ago

self-employed landscape worker - waiter - college - dishwasher - banker/operations - banker/trader - - college again - private energy company cio (cfo) - start-up hedge fund mgr/entrepreneur - tech company ceo/entrepreneur - social media company ceo/entrepreneur/ & Worker's advocate!

takeaway #1 - John Lennon was right "Life is what happens to you while you are making other plans".. who could predict that path? takeaway #2 - education is the most awesome force for life-transformation. Always make the investment in your own training/learning/education (this does NOT have to mean a formal college degree! - lots of ways to keep growing in training& education that don't include that path!!) takeaway #3 - advocating for todays workers is the most fun and rewarding yet! Hang in there - if you are making your way through your own journey... the best may just be yet to come (even when you can't quite see through to it quite yet).

So, what's your path?

#worklife #careerpath #plan

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Julie Jakubiec
over 6 months ago

I don’t typically create posts that are personal to my own life but I really felt that this is relevant and relatable with what a lot of you are being faced with right now. I left college after a year because I decided that I didn’t “like” it and that if I was paying for it myself I should really love it, and I decided that I just wanted to work. I didn’t know what I wanted to do for work, but I thought it would be better than school. I can also remember the time, not so fondly, when I reached the point of desperation in needing work and was willing to do any and everything that was out there. One mistake I made during these early years was allowing myself to be influenced by what other people told me I would be good at instead of going after what I really wanted. So I started applying… to EVERYTHING. I didn’t stop to take the time to read the job descriptions, or the skill/experience requirements. I put my resume in for every job I came across that I thought “Sure, I could do that”. I literally applied for the same role on every open requisition that was available at each company or just applying to every role they had open. I kept telling the companies and myself that “I’ll do anything!”, I just wanted to work. What I didn’t realize is how that actually came across to potential employers, HR teams, recruiters, hiring managers, etc. It came across as a lack of focus and awareness of what I was actually qualified for and what I wanted to do both in the short and long term. During this time I didn’t even stop to think about how this could be perceived in a negative way. I thought that they would take my eagerness to work at the company as excitement, but I now know that I was wrong. As a result, I applied to a ton of jobs I wasn’t A. Qualified for or B. Interested in. And unfortunately, this landed me in a few positions that I very quickly knew were not the right fit and ended up back on the hunt for a job. I decided it was time to make a change, it was time to do some soul searching (very quick soul searching because I needed a job!) to figure out what the heck it was that I wanted to do, and whether or not I was being realistic in my expectations to be qualified for that job. It was really tough, and it probably took a little bit longer than I would have liked. But in the end it did lead me to a career that I love, and for me that was and still is worth it.

Ok, so I know you’re thinking “I don’t have time for that”. I get it, believe me I do. I just want to gently suggest that you take a few extra minutes to read through the job descriptions and be very honest with yourself on whether or not you possess all of the skills and requirements that they require before applying. Just think, those extra few minutes could potentially spare you having to restart a job search because you realize you don’t like the job you just started. And from an employer or recruiter standpoint, it’s a professional “turn-off” to see applicants apply for roles that they’re not qualified for, and in most cases it’s because they haven’t fully read through the description/requirements. This can also result in decreasing your opportunity to work at the company in the future or on a different team. You are going to have significantly better chances of having your application or resume standout for something you’ve had experience doing rather than something you think you could do. This can potentially lead to providing you with a better chance for making it to the interview stage, and possibly to being hired. I know this isn’t a “one size fits all” type of situation, but it’s a gentle suggestion for more scenarios of a different way to look at things. We tend to get frustrated when we receive rejections emails or nothing at all. But we need to ask ourselves “Am I really qualified for that job?” and being honest with ourselves about that instead of putting the blame on the company or their hiring team.

In a perfect world we would all the time we need to find a job we love and be able to pay our bills during that time. Unfortunately this isn’t typically the case and money is a struggle so we need to always be working. But be thoughtful, this is your livelihood that we’re talking about and is a big part of your and your family’s lives.

As always, best of luck in your searches and on your interviews. Keep pushing and you will find what it is that you’re looking for! #interview #qualifications #awareness #beinghonestwithyourself #jobsearch

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