hard working intelligent well skilled experienced but willing to learn even more..qualities that I have I pride myself on
Hello everyone I'm looking for work here in the redding area.....I started my work life many years ago in reno at raleys at 13 years old pushing carts.... 18 years old I was drilling water wells all over Nevada and by the time I got to Oregon I had managed to get myse)f a management position support manager over an entire 3rd of the store while completing my bachelors degree in environmental science and applications.....certified welder in 2" pipe and 3" plate all positions.....I then moved to north Dakota for the real job oil fields...after all the hard work to that point I was ready to do new fun interesting work I worked for direct tv learning how all the sat systems work and now I'm looking for something fun exciting that challenges me and keeps me motivated.....so if you all in the bussnises out there have something in the tech world that might utilize some of the skills I've mentioned plz give me a call 5303515175
I just moved to ND from NY in November. I was told by family.to come out and make money in the oil business. Even though it wasn't booming as it was years ago it was still lucrative. I had a jobined up, I'd stay with family until my wife and I found a place, etc. Like all things that seem to go to be true, it was. I got to ND on the 2nd of November and was.told nobody was ready for me, the job I had lined up dried up, and now I was forced to job hunt while now behind on bills. I found work at Bell Supply Company, because my aunt via marriage was the manager their basically. Shortly after got an apartment in Dickinson. So I had to commute 40 minutes daily. It was very apparent that the management didnt care to do much beside dictate work and be lazy. After 4 months of work and only missing 5 days due to a severe upper respiratory infection i was let go for literally no good reason. I was told that it didnt work out as expected and it was slow. I've been nothing but let down since I got to ND. All I can say is thank God my wife is super supportive and doing well in her job.
Interested in working for the North Dakota Oil and Gas industry? The oil and gas industry accounts for 1 of every 5 jobs in North Dakota and pays an average wage of more than $98,000.
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Hallmark is hiring! We are looking for a Part Time Retail Merchandiser at Hallmark in Fargo, ND! If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please post directly via the link below to move forward in the recruiting process.
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