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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

These Tips Will Get You Noticed!

Are you having trouble landing interviews? Getting your application past the commonly used automated rating systems employers to select qualified candidates is one of the biggest challenges job seekers encounter during the online application process.

So, how can you beat the system? Make sure to use the right keywords!

Most companies (even smaller ones) are already using digital databases to search for candidates, (Application Tracking Systems, ATS). This means that the HR department will run search queries based on specific keywords, which are typically nouns. Be sure to check the job description and related job ads for keywords and terminology that are used and update your resume to match.

These quick 10 step UHG Recruiter Suggestions and brief optimization video are designed to help get your qualifications noticed after you click submit.

Check out these resume optimization strategies and let me know if you have any questions if you decide to apply. Thanks & Good Luck!

Find your next career move at https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com

#UnitedHealth #Healthcare #UHGApplicationTips #UHGCareerAdvice #ResumeOptimization #ATS #GetHired

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bridgett irving

Thanks Leonard and Mary

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Darnell Benson

Can follow that lead..

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Debra Christal
4 months ago

Manufacturing Technician - Boston, MA 3-month contract job JOB DESCRIPTION

Summary: Perform routine manufacturing duties such as preparation of orders, production, labeling, dispensing and packaging of intermediate and finished products following detailed procedures with direct supervision.

Core Duties and Responsibilities: • Perform product manufacturing, dispensing and packaging according to established procedures and schedules. • Support general lab functions, setup, calibration and maintenance of equipment. • Prepare general lab bulk solutions, glassware cleaning and vial labeling. • Production records and data will be review by supervision. • Produce products under Quality standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001 and Class A manufacturing principles. • Work safely and in compliance with all applicable company, federal and local regulations.

Additional Responsibilities: • Work may involve the handling of radioactive, hazardous or biological materials. Must have adequate training to safely handle these materials and work safely under laboratory rules and SOPs. • May include participation in procedure revision and process improvement. • May require performing tasks following cGMP guidelines. • May require participation in inventory ordering, receipt/warehousing and control of raw materials reagents, product and lab supplies including cycle counting. • May include processing and packaging of waste generated from lab processes. • Occasional overtime may be required.

Qualifications: • High School diploma with 0-2 years of job related experience.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: • Basic lab and computer skills. • Attention to detail and follows instructions.

Physical Requirements (if applicable): • Able to lift 25 pounds and stand for long periods of time

Applications are being accepted at: https://www.recruiter.com/jobs/manufacturing-technician-21-00054-job-boston-massachusetts-unitedstates01-07-2021-07-55-01.html?rf=ref-af-2885127687&applytojob=true&minimal=true.

#manufacturing #gethired #boston #jobsearch #pharmaceuticals #packaging #calibration

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Emily Messenger
over 6 months ago

Finally found a legitimate work from home position!

After months of wading through want ads, applications, interviews and even onboarding at a few companies that didn't work out well, I was becoming incredibly afraid that the right job for me didn't exist. However, I am so happy to have completed my first week of training as a remote employee supporting customers for a tax preparation software company! The starting pay isn't the greatest, but without the cost of commuting, buying lunch out, etc I think it is doable. The first week of the New Year is giving me tremendous hope for future success, and hope that my fellow job seekers on this site have similar faith in good things to come. This particular sector is ramping up for a very busy season, and I would encourage interested persons to explore similar opportunities. I am with a staffing company currently, but have been assured that if my performance is good that I have an excellent chance of being hired on permanently. There was a reasonable equipment investment on my part (less than $100), and the company provided a computer, webcam and related items necessary for the job. Thankfully I have a spare bedroom set up as an office that is quiet and free of distractions-- and finally being put to good use!! Wishing everyone the best of luck; I know how tough it is out there, especially for those of us who have been out of the work force for a while.

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Sean Lahorn
over 6 months ago

You got skills!

Good news. According to a recent survey, you probably have just the skills employers are looking for! The top skills, according to employers, are:

  1. Ability to work in a team
  2. Ability to make decision and solve problems
  3. Ability to communicate well verbally
  4. Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work
  5. Ability to obtain and process information

Be sure to highlight those skills on your resume and have great stories about them for interviews - it might be what helps you get a job!

What skills do YOU think are the most important for getting hired?

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Marie Birch
over 6 months ago

SOOOO tired of the same old CRAP!!!

This book actually looks GOOD & you can borrow it for FREE from the library woot! It says, "How do I get my resume in front the hiring manager, and how do I use the Internet to do it? Includes over 100 samples of real-life resumés and cover letters, founded in real-life experience without the rigid resume-writing rules of other guides, ideal for all job seekers, from new grads to the laid off worker, new mothers to senior citizens." It looks like it's for today's generational job seekers and not from the 90's which is refreshing, haha. NO more Idiots Guide to Resumes for me...all set with those books. I feel like all I find is the SAME information out there about resumes and job hunting, so I am excited to get my hands on this one. Plus, why spend the 10 bucks on Amazon when the library is freeeeeeee?!

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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

HIRING at the Cincinnati job fair!!!

If you haven't had a chance, make sure to register for the

Cincinnati Works Job Fair [here] (https://www.jobcase.com/cw-job-fair)

When: October 2'nd from 12pm-4pm** Where: Cintas Center 1624 Herald Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45207

Over 40 employers will be in attendance including Amazon!

Check out some others that will be hiring and looking for YOU.

• Kroger

• FedEx

• 5/3 Bank

• Extended Stay

• Jancoa

• Castellini Company

• Gate Group

• Whelan Security

• Goodwill Industries

• JACK Casino

• Raising Canes

• Tire Discounters

• Hilton Netherland

• McLane Foodservice

• Towne Properties

• Sysco

• Children’s Hospital

• Crown Services

• Charter Spectrum

• Coca-Cola

• Aramark

• Scioto Services

• Ellison Group

• Novolex

• TLI (Total Logistics Inc.)

• West Chester Gear

• Gilligan Company

• US Bank

• Air Wisconsin Airlines (Cincinnati Division)

*The event will also feature FREE headshots!

Don't miss out on October 2'nd!

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

These Tips Will Get You Noticed!

Are you having trouble landing interviews? Getting your application past the commonly used automated rating systems employers to select qualified candidates is one of the biggest challenges job seekers encounter during the online application process.

So, how can you beat the system? Make sure to use the right keywords!

Most companies (even smaller ones) are already using digital databases to search for candidates, (Application Tracking Systems, ATS). This means that the HR department will run search queries based on specific keywords, which are typically nouns. Be sure to check the job description and related job ads for keywords and terminology that are used and update your resume to match.

These quick 10 step UHG Recruiter Suggestions and brief optimization video are designed to help get your qualifications noticed after you click submit.

Check out these resume optimization strategies and let me know if you have any questions if you decide to apply. Thanks & Good Luck!

Find your next career move at https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com

#UnitedHealth #Healthcare #UHGApplicationTips #UHGCareerAdvice #ResumeOptimization #ATS #GetHired

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

These Tips Will Get You Noticed!

Are you having trouble landing interviews? Getting your application past the commonly used automated rating systems employers to select qualified candidates is one of the biggest challenges job seekers encounter during the online application process.

So, how can you beat the system? Make sure to use the right keywords!

Most companies (even smaller ones) are already using digital databases to search for candidates, (Application Tracking Systems, ATS). This means that the HR department will run search queries based on specific keywords, which are typically nouns. Be sure to check the job description and related job ads for keywords and terminology that are used and update your resume to match.

These quick 10 step UHG Recruiter Suggestions and brief optimization video are designed to help get your qualifications noticed after you click submit.

Check out these resume optimization strategies and let me know if you have any questions if you decide to apply. Thanks & Good Luck!

Find your next career move at https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com

#UnitedHealth #Healthcare #UHGApplicationTips #UHGCareerAdvice #ResumeOptimization #ATS #GetHired

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Check your application status today!

Keeping tabs on your UnitedHealth Group application status is easy! Here’s an ABC checklist approach with tips on how you can stay informed throughout your UHG application and hiring process:

  • A - Make sure sure that you have filled out all required sections on your online employment application.

  • B - Check your email inbox for application receipt confirmation and and further details regarding next steps including any pre-employment assessment(s) that are required.

  • C - Go back to your online application portal and check up on your application status. Take a look at this short video with more detailed instructions and tips designed to help you stay updated on your recruiting status, see Check your status on submitted applications for more information.

Please feel free to reach back out to me if you have any specific questions related your application and/or other career related concerns within the UnitedHealth Group family of healthcare organizations. Thank you.

#UnitedHealth #Healthcare #followup #CareerAdvice #GetHired

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