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Jim Guthrie
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about 1 month ago

What I loved about working at #Washington state Department of Veterans Affairs was

I enjoyed managing staff and furthering their careers through training opportunities and additional compensation.

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Me MyselfnI
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about 2 months ago

I really loved working for #Washington State Department of Corrections because...

At the first facility within the department, the people are unparalleled. Willing to teach as long as you are willing to learn. The facility I transferred to, entirely to political and couldn't care less about each other unless they transferred from another facility. It's all about which one you are willing to try to get hired on at.

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Krissy Harris
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4 months ago

·Full time and part time opportunities ·Competitive starting pay ·Monthly safety and performance bonus pay ·401 (k) benefits package ·Health benefits package ·Paid time off ·Positive team environment ·Retail discounts and support benefits through Lifeworks ·Full-Time Salary: $20-$22 Per Hour We provide an environment for positive, motivated people to FLOURISH. Our drivers work in a positive, high reward company environment delivering Amazon packages to people within our own community. Our company is focused on ensuring that our team members have a satisfying work experience, competitive pay, excellent benefits and access to growth opportunities to help them shape their careers. New drivers begin working a four day schedule with 10 hour shifts based on their personally performance and success with the role. A minimum of one mandatory weekend shift is required. Packages will be delivered utilizing a company vehicle – personal vehicle will not be used for work purposes. Key Responsibilities: ·Successfully handle and deliver packages on time ·Safely driving company vehicle ·Climb out of vehicle and walk up down stairs as required in all weather conditions ·Ability to stand multiple hours a day and work in a physically demanding environment ·Ability to function calmly and efficiently in a multi-tasking environment ·Load and unload products from company vehicles ·Follow local and state driving laws and road regulations ·Operate delivery application on Android platform ·Maintain good work habits, including reporting to work on time and adhering to standard work and safety procedures Job Requirements: ·21 years of age or older ·Authorized to work in the United States ·Must be able to speak and read English ·Must be flexible with work schedule including weekends due to business needs ·Deliver packages in variable locations and stops ·Must have knowledge of state driving laws ·Must successfully pass drug screening ·Must have clean driving record (no at fault accidents) Physical Requirements: ·Must be able to lift a maximum of 50 lbs during a 10-hour work shift ·Must be able to handle large workload and driving demands ·Must be able to walk, climb stairs, reach overhead, squat, bend and kneel repeatedly during a 10-hour work shift ·Prospective team members can expect and environment where they are respected and valued.

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Vikki Sanchez
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over 6 months ago

ATTENTION NIGHT OWLS: You can get paid MORE for working at night 🌛. Amazon Fresh is launching a new location: North Seattle, #Washington and has Food Service AND Grocery Associate positions available.

APPLY TODAY $18.25/hr Grocery and Food Service positions at Amazon Fresh

What do you need?

  • Must be 18+
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Available to work NIGHTS (flexible availability: weekends, holidays, etc.)

What do you get?

  • 💰$18.25/hr, + $4/hr Seattle ordinance pay, + shift differential pay (for hourly workers), + up to $1,000 💵in bonus pay!
  • 🎓Amazon Career choice, a tuition and certificate reimbursement program

➡ **Here is the link TO APPLY:**https://amazon.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/appcentre-1/brand-4/xf-6fd9ac516b51/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/2/opp/1098-Amazon-Fresh-Store-Associate-North-Seattle-WA-Overnight-1000-Sign-on-Bonus/en-GB?utm_campaign=jcsocial

Use the same link to learn more about the job openings 🔎https://amazon.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/appcentre-1/brand-4/xf-6fd9ac516b51/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/2/opp/1098-Amazon-Fresh-Store-Associate-North-Seattle-WA-Overnight-1000-Sign-on-Bonus/en-GB?utm_campaign=jcsocial 🔍


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Jason Koonrad
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over 6 months ago

What I loved about working at #Washington Department of Corrections was

The job that I did was working for inside construction. As we got work orders from the veryous place from inside the prison we would gather up the tools for the job and then go fix the problem. We did things such as putting metal stools and desks in the cells so the inmates could sit and write a little to friends and family. They would be bolted to the floor and walls. We would get thanked by the inmates for it as we left. We worked on patching concrete when the inmates found something to chip away at it. Always a bad decision on their part. It would get them a fine and a temp to escape charge. You really had to be a jack of all trades to work this position. We would go around and fix any fencing that looked as though it needed it or put it in a place where an inmate could hide. I also designed a trailer to haul carts on to save the prison money. The carts used to be pulled be a truck to get them from one side of the prison to the other and the whils would have to be replaced about every month. This took up a good chunk of the budget. The other part that I did was organize the paperwork from year , date and time of the work order.I even organized the shop.

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Vikki Sanchez
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over 6 months ago

Amazon Fresh's North Seattle, #Washington location is hiring full-time, part-time, and flexible schedules.

Register here for your video interview on Thursday, January 20th with 🌱Amazon Fresh and check out some of the positions they're looking to fill.

  • Store Associates
  • Deli Associates
  • Prepared Food Associates

Looking for help from a human in the online hiring process? Talk to recruiters at Amazon Fresh by 💬chat, 📞phone, or 🗣video to see if you’re a fit for one of the many positions - even if you're not in the Seattle area.

Thursday, Jan 20, 2022 8AM - 5PM Pacific Time

📌Please use this link to register for your AMAZON FRESH VIDEO INTERVIEW: https://www.jobcase.com/events/bf19a8d0-3a94-4530-8c1c-bb6a26cfb39e?tab=jobs


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Yiming Shuang
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over 6 months ago

Following up on our discussion last week about job search pet peeve: salary range MIA, there is a growing trend in state pay transparency laws. If you are applying to jobs in #California, #Maryland, #RhodeIsland and #Washington, the employers MUST DISCLOSE pay range to applicants UPON REQUEST. Other states like #Nevada require employers to provide a salary range to applicants who have completed an interview even without a request. You can check more details about the regulation in your states. Or even better, advocate for something similar if your state doesn’t have such law!

Have you requested a salary range before? How was your experience like?
#jobsearch #salaryrange

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Danny Santiago
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over 6 months ago

I really loved working for #Washington State Board of Industrial Indursnce Appeals because...

The management was the best. I read the details of the case and summarize the history of the claimants appeal and made decisions whether to grant or deny their appeals. When the appeals were granted, they were assigned to judges for decisions. I loved the job but my wife got sick and I had to take care of her, until she died. My title was as a Judicial Appeals Analyst. This is a Paralegal position. #interview

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Saraphina Wurster
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over 6 months ago
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