Sylvan Learning Center - Teaching AssistantThe Wake Forest Sylvan is looking for an energetic and enthusiastic individual to be a teacher assistant. This opportunity provides administrative and clerical support to ensure the efficient operation of a successful business. Little to no experience is required and training will be offered. Having a positive and kid-friendly attitude may qualify YOU for this position.
Duties, Tasks, and Responsibilities
- 11th or 12th grade
- Enthusiastic and energetic
- Maintain a positive attitude
- Fast learner
- Available Weekends 2-6 hours (Saturday Mornings and Sunday Afternoons)
Please contact the center directly to apply.(919) 263-9184 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Answering phones and directing calls
- Taking messages
- Photocopying and gathering materials needed for instruction
- Keeping work space neat and tidy
- Directing students in between tutoring sessions
- Maintaining the operation of the classroom
Legal Assistant - Fluent written and spoken Spanish and English RequiredASISTENTE LEGAL: Para un despacho jurídico unipersonal en Cary que sirve a la comunidad hispana se busca asistente legal/administrativo/a. Se requiere fluidez oral y escrita en español e inglés. Mandar antecedentes y carta de presentación con expectativas de salario en inglés y español a 2Americas, P.O. Box 303, Cary, NC 27512-0303 o correo electrónico a:legalasst@2Americas.com.
La persona ideal para el trabajo es profesional, orientada al detalle y con excelente nivel oral y escrito en inglés y español. También deberá tener conocimientos avanzados de computación (especialmente Microsoft Office – Word, Excel y Outlook) y muy buena capacidad interpersonal, organizativa, secretarial y de comunicación. Proveerá un amplio espectro de servicios administrativos y generales al licenciado, incluyendo contacto directo con los clientes y manejo de documentos y correspondencia legal y/o altamente confidencial. La persona elegida será entrenada en los procesos específicos de la firma.
LEGAL ASST: Solo practice Cary area office that caters to the Hispanic community looks for an Administrative/Legal Assistant. Fluent written and spoken Spanish and English required. Send resume & letter, stating income expectations, in English and Spanish to: 2Americas, P.O. Box 303, Cary, NC 27512-0303 or email: legalasst@2Americas.com .
The ideal candidate is professional; detail oriented, and possesses excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Spanish as well as advanced computer knowledge (especially Microsoft Office- Word, Excel and Outlook). Strong inter-personal, organizational, secretarial and communication skills are a must. The successful candidate will provide a wide range of administrative and general support functions to the attorney, and will involve direct contact with clients. This includes handling documents and correspondence of a legal and/or highly confidential nature. The right candidate will be trained as to the specific procedures for the firm.
Hasentree Golf Club
Private Country Club is seeking part-time Golf Operations Staff to serve our members and guests from Wakefield High School.
- Greet & welcome members and guests to the course
- Provide members with thoroughly cleaned and stocked golf cars
- Give all guests miscellaneous information that may help them in playing the course
- Ensure that the Golf Car Facility is always clean & orderly
- Perform periodic car maintenance and minor special repairs
- Service the practice facility by driving the picker, setting the facility for play, replenishing supplies, etc.
Qualified candidates will have the following:
- Must have a valid driver's license
- Ability to work as a team
- Demonstrate initiative
- Previous experience preferred but not required
- Ability to work mornings, after school & weekend shifts
- Must be at least 16 years of age
- Valid I-9 documentation
- Dependable transportation
- To help ensure our employee's safety, we are a drug-free workplace. EOE
Competitive pay based on experience.
Please apply in person. An application will be required if interview if scheduled.
Hasentree Golf Course also accepts applicants who are interested in enrolling in the internship program at Wakefield High School. Please contact Mrs. Joyner in student services for more information.
Vector MarketingVector Marketing has been in business since 1981 and works with CUTCO Cutlery, which has been in business since 1949. Vector itself is an international marketing firm that is a part of the Better Business Bureau. Our local office is located about a mile from Crabtree Valley Mall at: 6120 Saint Giles Street, Suite 240, Raleigh, NC 27612.
1. Entry level customer sales position with a 13.50 base rate of pay, working face to face with customers, explaining the products, answering questions and assisting in writing up orders.
- There is no cold calling, telemarketing, or door to door sales involved in the position. All customers have already agreed to see the product so it's a lot more relaxed.
- There is also the opportunity to earn internship credit as well as a scholarship. We have had several students at NC State in particular that have gotten college credit hours for their work with us as well as internship credit depending on their major. As far as the scholarships go, the company awards 50 scholarships over the course of the summer and 50 over the fall and spring semesters.
- Fun office environment
- Must be ok working in teams and with others
2. Office admin position very similar to any basic receptionist job with the starting pay at $8/hour.
If you are interested, please send your resume to Ronald Flippin at email@example.com
Raleigh Window Tinting and Detail is Hiring!Raleigh Window Tinting and Detail is looking for Seniors who are interested in a summer job. There is no experience necessary, but a desire to learn the business is a must. The position will start as part-time, but could potentially turn into full time employment if interested.
All applicants must apply in person. Please ask to speak with Scott.
Located across from Adventure Landing on CapitalAddress – 3334 Capital Blvd. Raleigh, NC 27604
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Do the people in your neighborhood need yard work or babysitting? Dog-walking? Errand-running? Tutoring their young children or themselves in computer or internet knowledge? How about being a personal fitness companion to keep someone on track with their running program?Click on the button below for a wide variety of job search websites.Jobs Live BinderYouth Worker's PermitAny North Carolina resident under the age of 18 who is employed for wages must have a Youth Worker Permit on file with their employer. Youth Work Permits are issued on-line from the NC Department of Labor. To obtain a work permit, follow these instructions:
- The student must first have a job.
- The student or employer should access the NC Department of Labor web site (www.nclabor.com) and click on the “Youth Work Permit” button from the Quick Clicks menu located on the right side of the home page.
- After reading the instructions on the next page that appears, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the “Youth Employment Certificate” button. This will give the user access to the permit application.
- On the application page, both the employee and employer should complete the requested information in the applicable section. Required fields are denoted with an asterisk. Email address is optional in both sections.
- In the employer section, the employer must choose the type of business in which the employee will work, from the drop-down menu and answer the question regarding whether or not the business has an on-premises ABC permit.
- Click “Continue” to advance to the next page.
- Choose the proposed job from the list on the drop-down menu found at the bottom of the page.
Resume & Interviewing Information
What is a resume? A resume is a selling tool that outlines your skills and experiences so an employer or college can see, at a glance, how you can contribute to their organization.
Cover Letter Information
The Cover Letter - The cover letter is designed to introduce yourself to an employer with the object of getting an interview for a job that is advertised. It is important to follow some simple rules in writing a cover letter:
- Customize each cover letter with an inside address (do not use "to whom it may concern").
- Personalize the greeting (Dear Ms. Smith). Try to get the name of a person whenever possible.
- Mention where you heard about the position so your reader knows where to direct your résumé and letter. The first paragraph of your cover letter is a great place to state your objective. You can tailor your objective to suit the position.
- The second paragraph is the perfect place to mention specific experience that is targeted to the job opening. Here is where you summarize why you are absolutely perfect for the position. Really sell yourself. Pick and choose some of your experience and/or education that is specifically related to the company's requirements, or elaborate on qualifications that are not in your résumé but apply to this particular job. If you make mention of the company and its needs, it becomes immediately obvious that your cover letter is not generic. Entice the reader to find out more about you in your résumé. Don't make this section too long or you will quickly lose the reader's interest.
- The closing should be concise. Let the reader know what you want (an application, an interview, an opportunity to call). Close your letter with something like: "I look forward to hearing from you soon." And remember to say, "Thank you for your consideration" or something to that effect.
The Thank You Letter- A thank you acknowledgment should be sent as soon as possible after an interview. A thank you letter may be sent to each interviewer or, if the firm has one, to the recruitment coordinator with a note to pass along your thanks to those with which you spoke during the interview. Try to personalize each letter, it can be time consuming, but it may pay off. If you are sending a single letter which thanks everyone you met, take the time to give the names of those you interviewed with and make sure you spell their names correctly.
The Interview - The Interview - An interview is a personal encounter between two people. To communicate what you have to offer, you must establish good rapport. The way you conduct yourself during the interview is critical. Some pointers:
Be confident, not cocky
Be assertive and clear in your communication
Be relaxed. They need you as much as you need them
Communicate your interest in the position and your enthusiasm
Have good voice quality. Don't shout, but let yourself be heard
Be a good listener. It will help you determine the company's needs and how you might fill them.
Make a good impression at your interview by doing a little homework beforehand.
Research the Company and the Position. The more you know about the company and the job you are applying for, the better you will appear in the interview. An interviewer will be impressed by your interest and motivation, and you will be able to explain what you can do for the company.
Find out as much key information as you can about the company, its products and its customers. If possible, talk to people who work at the company. There may be other sources of information on the Web, especially if the company is publicly traded.
Prepare for the Actual Interview
- Practice your answers to Common Questions. Likewise, prepare a list of questions to ask the employer. Most interviews follow this pattern: First, you answer questions about your experience and qualifications, then you ask questions about the job.
- Rehearse your interview with a friend. You should be able to convey all pertinent information about yourself in 15 minutes. Tape yourself to check your diction, speed, and body language.
- Prepare your interview materials before you leave. Bring several copies of your resume, a list of references, and, if appropriate, any work samples. Make sure they are all up to date.
- Dress professionally and comfortably. You will be judged in some respects by what you wear. When in doubt, dress conservatively.
See Mrs. Joyner in Student Services for more information about Resumes & Interviews.