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Friday, 30 September 2016

Part Time Demo Marketing Job in TAG ADS LLC Boston, MA

Part Time Demo Marketing Job in TAG ADS LLC Boston, MA

Wanted – for in-store marketing of food products.  Demonstrate top Indian brands from Tea to Cookies at Indian
Stores in Lowell, Burlington, Worcester & Burlington.

Responsibilities:
  • Regular, consistent demos schedule
  • Responsible for completing in-store food and non-food demonstrations. Acquires and maintains knowledge of products represented. Serves, demonstrates, intercepts consumers and sells products in a professional manner.
  • Maintains an overall professional appearance consistent with the requirements of the job.
Skills Required:
  • Must be Outgoing,
  • personable, well-mannered
  • Able to work on their Own
  • Must have own Transport

Note : **Should have valid visa to work in US (Green card, US Citizen, H1B Work Permit)**

Skills required for Demo Marketing

  • Brand Management
  • Communication
 CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Opportunity at British Council: Youth Action Digital Jobs Africa

Opportunity at British Council: Youth Action Digital Jobs Africa
 

This Rockefeller Foundation project- Digital Jobs Africa has an overall objective of helping disadvantaged and (minimally skilled) unskilled young men and women, move from unemployment into employment through relevant skills development training. This is in line with the Ghana Shared Growth Development Agenda, in which human development; productivity and employment are key thematic areas.

The training will include ICT skills, communication skills, customer relations, intercultural working, time management, self-management and other relevant soft skills. Participants will be provided an opportunity for face-to-face training, guided on-the-job training, facilitated peer-to-peer learning and some professional mentoring in a state of the art training facility.

The programme is targeted at providing 1000 high potential but disadvantaged young people with IT and soft skills training relevant for digital jobs and connecting them to relevant job opportunities.

Course Areas

  • Introduction to ICT  
  • Understanding of the IT industry
  • Call Centre Technology, Terminology, Structure
  • E-Publishing
  • Communication skills
  • Customer relations
  • Time management
  • Self -Management
  • Global and intercultural working

Eligibility Guidelines

To qualify, applicants must meet the following criteria:
  • Must be citizens of Ghana
  • Must be between 18- 30 years
  • Must be only Senior,Technical or Vocational High School graduates
  • Must be currently unemployed
  • Ability to communicate and be instructed in English
  • Available to commit to a full month of training
NB: Please note that applicants with university degree or its equivalent are not eligible.

Duration of the Course and Cost Involved

Each course will be for duration of one month and successful applicants will be certified upon completion. The training is absolutely free once participants are selected

How to apply

Applicants should please read the requirements of the application form before they apply.


Deadline for this cohort of application is 30September 2016
For further enquiries contact the British Council on 0302610090/0302610118


Vacancy: Customer Service Manager

Vacancy: Customer Service Manager
We are a Recruitment & Search Firm specializing in identifying, & sourcing top performers for our clientele. Our clients include industry leading organizations who partner with us to be an extension of their HR & Recruitment function.
Our client, a leader in the CPG industry, is seeking a Customer Service Manager to join their team in Toronto, ON. This is a full time / permanent position.
Qualifications:
  • Post Secondary Education
  • Minimum 3-5 years experience in a similar, specifically dealing with large-scale / big-box retailers
  • Experience in the food / CPG industries a definite asset
  • Computer literate
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal & written
Salary: $75,000 - $85,000 per annum (dependent upon experience/qualifications)

TO APPLY:


All applicants, please forward resumes in Word format to: resumes@ikoncomplete.com with the job title in the Subject Line.
We thank all who apply - but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
IKON Complete Inc. is committed to providing accessibility to qualified candidates with disabilities. Requests for accommodation can be made at any time at ikoncomplete.com/accessibility-policy-aoda/

TIPS: Five Ways to Improve Your Resume Today

TIPS: Five Ways to Improve Your Resume Today
Declutter Your Resume:
Avoid long descriptions of jobs and experience. Format your resume so that you have as much white space around the text as possible. This makes reading your resume easier and quicker, a plus to busy human resources professionals and recruiters. By increasing the white space on your resume, you make your content stand out more.

Use Bulleted Points:
Using bullets or point form text in your resume makes it easier to read and encourages you to only list the important points of your past employment. Be concise with your information and highlight important qualifications as they relate to this position.

Be Clear:
Clearly define what your job was using terms that are simple and easy to understand. Clarify by explaining any qualifications, spell out acronyms, and use common formats for any software you have experience with.

Check Your Spelling:
Nothing shows lack of attention to detail like spelling mistakes or typos on your resume. By using a spell checker, you eliminate some of these, but make sure you give it a complete, thorough read-through because some words aren't caught by spell-checkers.

Use an Easy to Read Font and Format:
Stick to the basics when creating your resume. Make sure the layout is broken down into appropriate sections, the font is easy to read at a glance, and that your font size isn't too large. Choose a good quality plain paper to print your resume on.

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Vacancy: Call Agent Supervisor

Vacancy: Call Agent Supervisor
JOB ROLES: 
SLOT: 5

* To monitor transaction quality of CSD,(Outbound/Inbound/Backend/Frontend)agents.
* To monitor performance report of teams.
* Audit processes for identifying process gap and provide input for process efficiency.
*Conduct root cause and training needs analysis for various process.
*Responsible for team motivation and create team synergy for enhanced KPI performance.
* Maintain records of QA reports history of official of officials and share them with supervisors /HOD.
* Prepare monthly performance for management review and action.

FUNCTION/DOMAIN: Call Service/ Customer Relations
REPORTING TO: HOD Customer Service

ESSENTIAL ATTRIBUTION:
Customer focus, Result Oriented, Leadership quality, Energetic and Assertive, Knowledge of AVAYA and recording structure, Proficient with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Team player.
DESIRED ATTRIBUTES: Relevant Industry Experience, should have planning and organizing skills. Good interpersonal skills

QUALIFICATION: Graduate / Post graduate.
DESIRED EXPERIENCE: 3/5 Years

INTERESTED AND QUALIFIED CANDIDATE SHOULD FORWARD THIER CV TO jobs@lorachegroup.com
DEADLINE : 30th Sept 2016

ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

Monday, 19 September 2016

Six Reasons You Didn’t Get The Job and Solution


Sometimes if you’re really lucky you may get some form of direction in the e-mail or phone call. However, even these are fairly cryptic and run along the lines of them “finding someone with more experience” or “you did great but we were just looking for something a little different”. Definitely not the most helpful ideas when it’s time to do some prep work for the next interview.
So here we’ve put together 6 reasons on why you didn’t land a job that seemed like a sure thing. Sure, no employer will ever really admit to these officially but sadly it happens more often than you’d think. If you suspect it’s why you find yourself still poring over job postings, keep on looking for a place that values you for you.


1. WE DIDNT'T LIKE YOU
People are different and teams that have been together have learned to function in a particular way. Likeability isn’t something that comes across on a CV and to truly find out if you’re a good fit for an organisation – the face to face meet up has to be done.
ADVICE: There’s not much point in putting on a personality you think others will like. It’ll be hard to keep up such a convincing act beyond the first month of landing the job. It’s been said before a gazillion times but we’ll say it again – be yourself (the best possible version of yourself). If the interviewers don’t understand or get you – it’s better to keep hunting for a place you’ll be comfortable.


2. YOU ARE NOT ATTRACTIVE ENOUGH
Wait wait wait…so people actually judge a book by its cover? Let’s not be totally naive here – employers are human and much like humans – they are swayed by superficial elements. This is not true for everyone and a true professional will always pay more attention to what you’re bringing to the office instead of being just a pretty face.
ADVICE: Make the effort before you head on in for an interview. Look your sharpest and give it your all. If you feel like you didn’t get the job because of the model look-alike sitting next to you waiting to go in – chances are you’ve just done yourself a favour and walked away from working in an organisation where productivity is more of an afterthought.


3. YOU ARE TOO MUCH ATTRACTIVE
The exact opposite of the scenario mentioned above could happen as well. You could very well be the model that walked into the interview room and didn’t get the job because – well you were much too attractive. So why is looking good costing you a job? Quite simply the interviewers may feel the dynamic in the office might change and you would prove to be a distraction to existing employees even if that is the thing farthest from your mind.
ADVICE: Sure, if the job you were going in for was a modelling one – you’re gold. But few jobs would really require stunning good looks. If you want to be taken seriously and prove you have a mind under your hat – bring along a track record of strong performance in previous roles and/or endeavours.


4. WE HIRED THE SENATOR'S IN-LAW
Once the jobs posted, it is a bit of a free for all. An old friend or ex-colleague who an employer once worked with is bound to have a bit of an edge over you.
ADVICE: You can’t take something like this personally. It happens now and again, and if you were in the same position where you knew how someone works and have an established chemistry with – it would be hard to pass up especially when experience is matched to a tee.


5. WE INTENDED TO HIRE AN INSIDER
A set up from the get go? How dare they! If they wanted to promote someone internally what was the point of tantalizing you with promises of this awesome job? It happens and we’re not fans of it either…
ADVICE: C’est la vie right? Just like Reason 4 you can’t take this personally. Let it wash over you and vent with some friends. It’s near impossible for you to know what’s going on in the deepest depths of the company so no sense in stressing about it.


6. WE FOUND SOMEONE WHO WILL LET US EXPLOIT THEM
Ah experience. Seems like everyone wants it but how to get it without being given the opportunity. Some employers are willing to make a trade off. Little to no pay in exchange for you filling up your CV. Hardly fair but in today’s cut throat market – it’s one of the easier tactics for an employer to deploy in order to cut back on costs.
ADVICE: Find a place that respects your rights and strengths. Good focussed employers will not rely on short-termism and wish for development to be an integral part of your time at the company. It’s out there and the search can be disheartening and daunting. Try and remain as positive as possible and give it your all.

4 Most Horrible Bosses and How You Can Deal With Them

4 Most Horrible Bosses and How You Can Deal With Them
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A boss that yells, Micro-managers, Jealous haters, Chances are, you’ve run into one of those types at work, but what should you do if that person is your manager?

According to a recent Monster poll, more than 30% of workers say they have (or have had) a horrible boss. What do you do if the one person responsible for your day-to-day happiness at work—not to mention your career—is just awful?

If you’re early in your career, it can be a tough call. On the one hand, you might think, “I need this job, and I have to pay my dues,” but working with a boss who is aggressive, underhanded or jealous is downright demoralizing

According to Monster career expert Vicki Salemi “No one should tolerate a horrible boss, bottom line,”

Not sure if you’ve got a toxic boss? Take a look at the four most common offenders below

The Humiliator

In terms of sanity and peace of mind, this is probably the worst type of boss to have—someone who thinks it’s appropriate to berate or belittle you in public, treating you like a child, and not an employee.  “This is the boss who’s yelling, ‘You screwed up!” in front of your entire department, literally leaving you in tears,” says Salemi.

Your move:  

If you’re stuck with a verbally abusive boss who thinks it’s OK to humiliate you, you should definitely approach HR, says Salemi. But if nothing changes, you might just have to cut your losses and get out. “One client of mine with a screaming boss ended up quitting and she didn’t even have another job lined up,” says Salemi. “She just said, ‘I’m done. This is wreaking havoc on my self-esteem. This is toxic.’” Before it gets to that point, start looking for a job ASAP. Even if you have to take a step down, or even a pay cut, it could be worth saving your mental health.

The Liar

Occasionally you will run into an unethical type of boss who’s cheating, lying and stealing—but it becomes even worse when they ask you to do it. It’s one thing to witness someone else’s bad behavior, but when it’s expected of you, that’s when you may have to make some tough decisions.

Your move:

“Faced with that kind of ethical dilemma, there’s usually no choice but to leave,” says Salemi. “One client of mine was in this position, and it had a terrible impact on him personally. He was tired, depressed and miserable. Ultimately he quit and found another job, but that experience affected him for a long time.”

The micro-manager

Micromanagers are more common than yellers and liars, and most of us have run into at least a little bit of this from a manager. “This person may not be screaming and may not be lying, but they are watching your every move,” says Salemi. “They don’t trust you. They don’t necessarily understand what you do every day, but they’re asking you for certain things that you feel are unnecessary.”

Your move:

Salemi says you don’t always have to run for the hills if you’re stuck with one. “You can try to manage your manager by anticipating their needs. Be proactive,” she says. “If they ask you constantly for a report before every Friday meeting, give them the report Thursday night, so they don’t ask you the question.” Basically, use their attention for detail as a way to make sure you’re on top of your game. Once you prove to them that you’re 150% “on it,” they may even relax a little.

The jealous saboteur

If you keep raising your hand for new projects or assignments and your boss never says yes, takes credit for your work or refuses to let you further your skills with extra education, he or she might be actively trying to thwart your career path.
“That’s a huge red flag,” says Salemi, “because as your boss, that’s one of their main purposes. Your boss is supposed to support you and see you grow.”

Your move:

Salemi says the best way to get around this type of boss is to find a mentor at work who will support you. “If your micromanager is not providing tools and resources for you to manage your career, you need to find other ways to do it,” she says. “Find an ally within your company. Maybe approach a leader within another group, or your boss’s boss, so you can talk about your career growth and where you’re headed.”

At the end of the day, it’s up to you to change your situation, whether that means finding a new job or making some moves at the one you have. “You can’t change these bosses,” says Salemi, “you can only change how you react to them.”

5 Positions: MTN Nigeria Fresh Graduate and Exp. Job Recruitment

5 Positions: MTN Nigeria Fresh Graduate and Exp. Job Recruitment
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MTN Nigeria - The leader in telecommunications in Nigeria, and a part of a diverse community in Africa and the Middle East, our brand is instantly recognisable. It is through our compelling brand that we are able to attract the right talents who we carefully nurture by continuously improving our employment offerings even beyond reward and recognition.

We are recruiting to fill the following graduate and experienced positions below:

1.) Graduate Trade Marketing Officer

Deadline: 28th September, 2016.

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2.) General Manager, Financial Operations

Deadline: 29th September, 2016.

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3.) HRIS Analyst

Deadline: 29th August, 2016.

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4.) IP Projects Coordinator

Deadline: 29th September, 2016.

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5.) Channel Manager, Data

Deadline: 29th August, 2016.

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Capital Equipment Account Manager For Export Markets Job

Capital Equipment Account Manager For Export Markets Job
A well established - 12 years old company with its refurbishment facility in NJ, selling in 40 countries worldwide is looking for a Capital Equipment Account Manager for Export markets to maintain and grow our existing accounts in the Asian and South American Markets. Huge opportunity for someone who has experience in sales and marketing. On an average, our machines cost $300,000.00. Must be articulate, well mannered, well groomed, mechanically inclined. We can train the right person. People who are able to legally work in USA only need apply.

Responsibilities include but now limited

• Answer enquiries and provide information about our products
• Answer phones
• Data Entry
• Process customer requests
• Organizes Logistics
• Most of our clients are in different time zones +10 hours ability to work in flexiable hours a must
• Must sign non-compete and pass back ground checks
• US passport or foreign passports OK
• 20-25% travel expected.
• Fluent in English Must
• MS Office experts

Education

• Engineering Degree

Skills

• Advanced MS office and computer skills
• Effective time management
• Evaluates situations effectively
• Excellent communication skills
• Good listening skills
• Understand Foreign exchange transactions
• Shows empathy under all circumstances

APPLY HERE

Full Time Job With Full Benefits: Night Janitor/ Heavy Duty Cleaner

Full Time Job With Full Benefits: Night Janitor/ Heavy Duty Cleaner
Cleans and maintains the appearance of the casino public areas and restrooms to include: Vacuuming carpeted areas and sweeping/mopping tile, brick and concrete surfaces; polishing furniture, including electronic gaming devices and associated equipment; emptying ash trays and urns. Uses extractor equipment, floor scrubber, shampoo machine, polishing machine, and special vacuum cleaners and scrubbers for deep cleaning. Must be at least 21 years of age; previous knowledge of and experience with floor machines and cleaning equipment; general knowledge of chemicals, shampoos, strippers, and waxes. Must have high school diploma, GED, or demonstrate the ability to perform the math, reading, and comprehension requirements of the position; must be able to understand and follow both verbal and written instructions. Must be able to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.

Must be available 11p.m. - 7a.m., including weekends and holidays.

Join us and enjoy a full complement of benefits & perks, including:
• Medical/Dental/Life
• Paid Vacation
• Paid Holidays
• Paid Sick Leave
• 401K Plan
• Paid Meal Breaks


APPLY NOW

Urgently Required Electrical Engineer With 8 Years Working Experience - USA

 Urgently Required Electrical Engineer With 8 Years Working Experience - USA
We are looking for an Electrical engineer immediately for our USA location for leading Semiconductor company. Please see the JD below.

- Experience in design and development of AC/DC power distribution panels, EMO circuits, electrical interlock.

- Good experience in Semiconductor fabrication tools.

- Knowledge in standards like SEMI, UL, IEC,NFPA, NEC, FCC, FDA etc.

- Experience in selection of stepper motor, servo motor, PLC and other controllers

- Hands on experience in selection of sensors, transducers, CB, relays, VFD, contactor, connector, cables etc.

- Good knowledge in EtherCat, DeviceNet, Ethernet/IP, Profibus, RS-485 and RS-232 protocols

- Use of AutoCAD, OrCad and experience in cable harness design

- Experience in robotics is an added advantage.

Please forward your resume, if interested.

Thanks,


Salary: INR 1,00,000 - 1,50,000 P.A. Onsite opportunity. Employer will sponsor US H1 VISA
Industry: Semiconductors / Electronics
Functional Area: Engineering Design , R&D
Role Category:Engineering Design
Role:Senior Design Engineer

Desired Candidate Profile

Education-
UG: B.Tech/B.E. - Any Specialization, Electrical, Instrumentation
PG:Any Postgraduate - Any Specialization, Post Graduation Not Required
Doctorate:Doctorate Not Required

APPLY HERE

Saturday, 17 September 2016

Sales Manager in Sercons International, Italy

Sales Manager in Sercons International, Italy
 
 
 
Job Description & How to Apply Below
Terms
1. Working in a large international company
2. A young, friendly staff, advanced corporate culture
3. No strict restriction for the uniform
4. Office working hours
5. Working on you own, and be in charge for your own clients

Responsibility
1. Actively expand current customer base
2. Conducting preliminary negotiations, identifying needs and reaching agreement
3. Full support of the client at all stages of cooperation (receiving and processing orders, counseling clients, preparing quotations and invoices) 
 
Position Requirements
College
1. You have Permission to work in Italy
2. You are fluent in English and Italian
3. Your main qualities: energetic, communicative, result-oriented, constant, able to work at a fast pace
 
Required Language Skills:
  • English - Very good
  • Italian - Very good
APPLY HERE

Teacher of English as Second Language in Italy

Teacher of English as Second Language in Italy
 
We are currently employing qualified, experienced English teachers to teach a range of courses to adults and children. English courses include general English and exam preparation
Teachers with experience of all ranges of students and prior experience of teaching Cambridge ESOL Examinations would be highly desirable.

A suitable candidate has been successful in their career so far, delivering excellent lessons and receiving positive student feedback and has supported teachers. In addition to classroom responsibilities, teachers are expected to be effective communicators, customer service oriented, strong team players and role models for teachers in the staffroom and beyond.

Details:
Successful applicants will be teaching from pre-school students through to Adults including business English
Further details will be sent to eligible candidates upon application

Applications with CV should be e-mailed.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check and referencing

Qualification and competency requirements:
Min. BA degree or equivalent plus CELTA or Delta
Position Requirements
High School,   1 to 2 Years work experience
teachers are expected to be effective communicators, customer service oriented, strong team players and role models
able to use microsift office software , interactive whiteboards and reporting
Additional Information / Benefits
Net salary up  per month based on 100 teaching hours per month
Paid holidays
Employment contract
National insurance contributions paid
assistance in finding accommodation
induction and orientering

APPLY HERE

Social Media Evaluator: Online/Remote - Candidates Ideally in Italy

Social Media Evaluator: Online/Remote - Candidates Ideally in Italy

Get paid for using social media!

Appen has continued to add social media work-from-home opportunities for daily social media users of all ages.  Join our global family of independent contractors working from home as a Social Media Evaluator!

Appen's Social Media Evaluators are rewarded for their ability to improve the relevancy of the newsfeed for a leading global social media client.  Appen offers competitive pay and project prep sessions to ensure your success.

You'll need to commit to work for at least 1-4 hours a day, 5-7 days a week. Once accepted for a project, you must meet consistent quality standards.  Superior performance will make you eligible for additional social media projects.

What Appen needs from you:
•             Online daily social media use i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, etc
•             Able to follow instructions, work independently and meet time conditions of the project.
•             Ability to clearly express thoughts and feelings in English, both verbally and in writing.

What technology is required from you:
•             A computer less than three years old
•             Microsoft Windows (Vista or above) or Mac operating system (not a tablet)
•             A high-speed Internet connection
•             Basic aptitude for installing applications, and troubleshooting and addressing software issues with limited support.

Position Requirements
Tech School,   1 to 2 Years work experience

APPLY HERE

Web Search Evaluator Independent Contractor with Italian

Web Search Evaluator Independent Contractor with Italian
 
Web Search Evaluator Independent Contractor Opportunity - Italian – Italy

Language Required: English & Italian

Who We Are:

Appen is a language technology solutions and consulting firm, recognized as a global leader in the quality, range and caliber of our expertise. We are focused on helping our clients reach international maarkets by leveraging our expertise in over 150 languages and dialects. Our clients are among the world’s top internet search engine and voice recognition providers.

Description:
Be part of a rapidly growing global network of independent contractors working as Web Search Evaluators! If you are looking for interesting work that adapts to your lifestyle, you have come to the right place. As a Web Search Evaluator with Appen, you will be rewarded for your ability to improve internet search engine results and performance.  We offer flexible project schedules, competitive pay, and the ability to work from home.

Web Search Evaluators typically commit to perform tasks up to 5 flexible hours a day (Monday through Friday). Before a project assignment, Evaluators may need to complete a certification process of 5-30 hours over a 1-3 week period which may include qualifications, practice and testing. Once accepted for a project, you must meet consistent project requirements.
Appen’s successful Web Search Evaluators possess:
• A passionate and avid interest in working with the Internet.
• Experience with Web browsers in navigating a variety of content.
• A broad interest and current knowledge of web-based culture, media, sports, news, and business.
• The flexibility and patience to learn in an environment of changing standards and tasks.
• The willingness to seek guidance and coaching when uncertain.
• Ability to follow instructions without allowing personal experience or sentiment to cloud judgment.
• Strong attention to detail and ability to focus and maintain accuracy in a time-sensitive environment.
• The ability to work independently with effective time management skills.
• Fluency in written and verbal English.
• Excellent research skills, critical thinking and decision making skills.
• Excellent troubleshooting, communication and problem-solving skills.

Technology Requirements:
• Windows PC or laptop that runs Windows Vista or above.
• A high-speed Internet connection
• Basic aptitude for installing applications, and troubleshooting and addressing software issues with limited support.

Position Requirements
Tech School

APPLY HERE 

Video Game Tester with Native Italian

 
Job Description 
Are you an Italian native speaker living in Warsaw?
Do you like playing video games?
Do you have interest in translation and proofreading?
Are you looking for new challenges?
If yes, we may have a great opportunity for you on the position of Video Games Tester 

Key responsibilities:
Testing software to the required timescale across all the current gaming platforms Entering any linguistic related bugs, flaws and issues into the database in English and in a clear and concise manner, providing solutions to any issues where required Proofreading to ensure all text is accurately translated from the English copy Translating between English and target language, only when required Proactively seeking to improve knowledge of testing procedures, and where applicable, related equipment

Requirements: Native level of Italian and very good English Passion for games Basic IT and MS Excel skills Attention to details Interest in translation and proofreading

We offer: Full-time employment based on permanent contract or part-time employment based oncasual contract Social package (medical care, sport card) Comfortable working conditions in Testronic Warsaw office at Poleczki 21A (Ursynów) Work within an international, young team of real video games fans Daily contact with people from within the industry and access to large variety of games Informal and friendly working atmosphere

Do you want to take the challenge and start your career in the most dynamic industry of entertainment? 

Join us! Please add the following clause to your CV: „
I hereby authorize you to process my personal data included in my job application for the needs of the recruitment process at Testronic Sp. z o.o., 65A Julianowska Street , 05-500 Piaseczno (in accordance to the Personal Data Protection Act 29.08.1997 no 133 position 883).”

Language: Italian

APPLY NOW

Technical Systems Analyst – IT Security Solution Delivery



Key Role and Primary Responsibilities:
  • Development and implementation of technologies, services, and processes to safeguard confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information assets leveraging a methodical planned approach. 
  • Deploy secure and cost effective solutions to mitigate risks to acceptable levels.
  • Provide secondary technical support and/or guidance for standard security technologies (e.g,. firewalls, IDS/IPS, PKI, authentication, remote access, web content filtering, anti-virus, etc.)
  • Consult with technical system owners to formulate hardening and security standards for server and workstation operating systems, network devices, network infrastructure components, database management systems, virtualization platforms, and system appliances.
  • Participates in evaluation of new software and hardware for compatibility with technical landscape security requirements. 
  • Coordinates transition of new protective processes and technologies to security and IT analysts appropriately. 
  • Adherence to established IT Security Project Management Portfolio controls and project requirements (scoping, objectives, milestones, and project/implementation plans).
  • Report regular status updates to Office of Chief Information Officer (OCISO) on initiatives and projects. 
  • Ensures system availability by employing monitoring, security controls, and system configuration best practices.
  • Perform required SOX and security/governance management processes including auditing and monitoring; report issues to immediate supervisor or next level management. 
  • Exercises excellent judgment and discretion when handling confidential situations.
  • On-call coverage per rotational schedule and post implementation project support to include evenings and weekends.  

Candidate profile:
  • Degree in Information Technology, IT Security
  • Minimum of 4 years’ prior experience supporting IT Security systems
  • 1-2 years of experience as Project Lead
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server Operating System
  • Experience with Linux Operating Systems
  • Experienced in the following security technologies:  firewall, VPN, remote access, IDS/PS, threat management, web content filtering, log correlations, data loss prevention, and antivirus.
  • Experienced in the following network and configuration technologies:  DNS, DHCP, secure protocols (sFTP), group policy, and SCCM
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Ability to work within a global enterprise group.
  • Ability to solve problems and troubleshoot complex issues.
  • Ability to work effectively as an individual and as part of a team.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality, and work effectively with all levels in the organization
  • Fluent English

Additional qualifications that will be an asset:
  • Industry certifications (e.g., CISSP, CompTIA Security+, MCITP/MSCE 2008/2012, CompTIA Security+)
  • Experienced in the following tools and processes:  authentication, identity and access management, single sign on, PKI, multi-factor authentication, and RBAC
  • Experience with common configuration control tools such as AD GPO, SCCM, and
  • scripting experience preferred (e.g., VBScript and/or PowerShell)

COMPANY
McCormick is a global leader in flavour. With 10,000 employees around the world and more than $4.2 billion in annual sales, the Company manufactures, markets and distributes spices, seasoning mixes, condiments and other flavourful products to the entire food industry, retail outlets, food manufactures and food service businesses.

We have a passion for flavour. The company is serving customers from nearly 50 locations in 24 countries and consumers can buy our brands in more than 135 markets and territories. Our industrial business flavours snacks, wraps, beverages and many other products for customers, which include global restaurant chains and leading food manufacturers

With approximately 3,800 employees, the company has operations in 13 countries across the Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA) Zone and serves customers in more than 25 markets through its consumer and industrial businesses. McCormick is present in key consumer markets with leading brands, including Schwartz in the UK (customize with local brand). McCormick EMEA Headquarters are located in Haddenham (UK).

McCormick entered the Polish market in 2011 with the acquisition of the Kamis business in Stefanowo. The company currently employs more than 900 people in Poland, this role will be based at our European Shared Services in Lodz. McCormick set up it's EMEA Shared Service centre in Lodz in 2014, currently employing 80 people.

Our growth starts with yours. For more than 125 years McCormick has developed a rich legacy based on our belief in the “Power of People”. We have created an unusually dedicated workforce by fostering a culture of respect, recognition, inclusion and collaboration based on the highest ethical values.  

As an Equal Opportunities employer, McCormick is committed to a diverse workforce.

TO APPLY

If you are looking for a new challenge and want to join a highly motivated team in a rewarding environment, please apply via our careers centre. 
Please attach your CV in English when applying.

HR Operations Team Leader (HR Shared Services) in Poland - French Speaking

HR Operations Team Leader (HR Shared Services) in Poland - French Speaking
Reporting to the McCormick People Services Head, we are looking for an exceptional French & English speaking HR Team Leader with solid HR operations management experience to join our new EMEA HR Shared Service Team, based in Lodz, Poland. The McCormick People Services (MPS) Team Leader is responsible for supervising the MPS advisory, operations and processing teams to ensure delivery of operational targets.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Supervise MPS operations team to ensure delivery of operational targets.
  • Allocate day to day work across team, ensuring focus is on the right priorities and that workload is distributed according to skill set.
  • Set team objectives to achieve MPS goals.
  • Review and manage individuals’ performance.
  • Identify and facilitate process improvements, ensuring they happen in line with plans.
  • Develop reporting and monitoring metrics, including analysis and communication mechanisms.
  • Resolve problems with/for the team
  • Provide cover / support to the MPS Advisors as necessary, giving first line guidance and advice to employees and managers.
CANDIDATE PROFILE
  • HR or Business Degree, or equivalent, required
  • Demonstrable HR SSC experience required, ideally gained in a US owned international organisation
  • Proven Supervisory experience preferred
  • Demonstrable Project team experience, to include those that support HR initiatives with the business functions preferred.
  • In-depth SAP HCM experience and strong working knowledge of MS Office
  • Proven customer relationship management is essential
  • HR advisory experience including case management to successful resolution
  • Ability to apply judgement and obtain understanding to advise effectively/identify where more senior input is required
  • Knowledge of employment law and contractual requirements for relevant countries
  • Knowledge of EU data privacy including individual confidentiality requirements
  • Cultural agility to work with diverse teams and employee groups
  • Analytical capability, including the ability to produce KPIs and provide insight to stakeholders
  • Well organised, ability to prioritise, meet deadlines and handle multiple activities at any one time
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Fluent English and French is required and additional languages would be advantageous
COMPANY
McCormick is a global leader in flavour. With 10,000 employees around the world and more than $4.2 billion in annual sales, the Company manufactures, markets and distributes spices, seasoning mixes, condiments and other flavourful products to the entire food industry, retail outlets, food manufactures and food service businesses.

We have a passion for flavour. The company is serving customers from nearly 50 locations in 24 countries and consumers can buy our brands in more than 110 countries. Our industrial business flavours snacks, wraps, beverages and many other products for customers, which include global restaurant chains and leading food manufacturers.

With approximately 4,500 employees, the company has operations in 13 countries across the Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA) Zone and serves customers in more than 25 markets through its consumer and industrial businesses. McCormick is present in key consumer markets with leading brands, including Schwartz in the UK. McCormick EMEA Headquarters are located in Haddenham (UK).
  McCormick entered the Polish market in 2011 with the acquisition of the Kamis business in Stefanowo. The company currently employs more than 900 people in Poland, this role will be based at our European Shared Services in Lodz. McCormick set up it's EMEA Shared Service centre in Lodz in 2014, currently employing 80 people.

Our growth starts with yours. For more than 125 years McCormick has developed a rich legacy based on our belief in the “Power of People”. We have created an unusually dedicated workforce by fostering a culture of respect, recognition, inclusion and collaboration based on the highest ethical values. 
  As an Equal Opportunities employer, McCormick is committed to a diverse workforce.

TO APPLY

If you are looking for a new challenge and want to join a highly motivated team in a rewarding environment, please apply via our careers centre. 
Please attach your CV in English when applying.

Jobs in Poland: Customer Service Analyst

Jobs in Poland: Customer Service Analyst
 
Do you have proven experience of working in an International Shared Service Centre environment? If so we would like to hear from you. Reporting to Customer Services EMEA Manager, you will be responsible for managing orders, ensuring customer needs by proactively making calls as well as managing exports for international clients.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Manage orders from leading CFM (Custom Food Manufacturers) clients
  • Handle telephone enquiries in line with quality standards and within time targets
  • Manage exports for international clients
  • Champion customer needs, working collaboratively with others
  • Undertake a variety of administrative tasks relating to the serving of customers
  • Identify opportunities to improve the process for customers and act effectively in taking them forward as appropriate
  • Responsible for managing & reporting CS KPIs for assigned accounts
CANDIDATE PROFILE
  • Fluent in English
  • 2 + years experience in customer service
  • Supply chain/logistics experience preferred
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft applications. Some SAP experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate passion for serving customers in conversation on the phone and in correspondence
  • Ability to identify, manage and implement small process improvements.
  • Ability to work effectively with internal and external customers at all levels.

TO APPLY

If you are looking for a new challenge and want to join a highly motivated team in a rewarding environment, please apply via our careers centre. 
 
Please attach your CV in English when applying.

Friday, 16 September 2016

3 Important Steps Needed to Develop a Wining Formula for Finding Jobs

3 Important Steps Needed to Develop a Wining Formula for Finding Jobs

1. Writing Effective Application Letters,
2. Developing Dynamic CVs, and
3. Mastering Strong Interview Skills

Normally, when companies have you fill out an application or send a resume, they will want you to also include a job application letter (also known as a cover letter).  The job application letter is one of the most important parts of your application, because it will give your potential employer a glimpse into why the company should hire you.  Here are some tips to help you write an effective job application letter.

Tip #1:  Research the Company – Before you even start typing that cover letter, you should research the company to which you are applying.  Why?  You need to be able to gear your letter toward showing the employer how you will fit in and make the company even better.  Your research will show that you understand the company, and you will be able to highlight the right qualifications on your job application letter.

Tip #2:  Type Your Letter – This should be a given, but many people still do not realize that the job application letter should be typewritten so it is easy to read.  The only handwritten part of the page should be your signature at the bottom.

Tip #3:  Avoid Exaggeration – When you land an interview, you will be asked to backup the statements you have made in your application letter and your CV. Don’t put yourself in an embarrassing situation where you can’t substantiate a claim.

Tip #4:  Use the Tools on Your Computer – Before you submit your job application letter, you need to do a spelling and grammar check.  Use the tools in your word processing program to create a job application letter that is error free.  Also, give it a once over without the computer check, as misspelled words are not always caught by your computer.

Tip #5:  Make it Personal – Your job application letter should be written in the first person, which means you should use the word throughout.  This is different from the resume.

Tip #6:  Keep It To the Point – Your job application letter should not be more than one page.  It should not be a dissertation of everything you have ever done. The job application letter is to highlight the important knowledge, accomplishments, and other things that will enhance the company.  Also, avoid stories or jokes.  They do not come across as professional, which is the image you want to put forth from your job application letter.

Tip #7: Don’t Play The Sympathy Card – These include statements like: ( As a young boy I lost my father. My schooling was delayed due to financial difficulties). Such personal and emotional statements should be avoided. No employer is interested in your personal problems. Playing the sympathy card will cost you a job.

Tip #8: Use the Right Format – Your job application letter should look like a letter, but it should only be three or four paragraphs long.  The first paragraph of your job application letter should contain the position you desire and where you found out about the job.  You should also include why you think the company needs your services.  The second paragraph of your job application letter should highlight your skills and accomplishments.  Only use knowledge and accomplishments that apply to the specific job.  You can do this by using the advertisement for the job and making connections between the qualifications and why you fit that need.  You can divide this section of your job application into two sections if you need to.  Finally, the third paragraph of your job application letter needs to ask for the interview.  Let the hiring manager know how he or she can reach you.  Be confident that the reader wants to interview you, but avoid arrogance.
When you take time to think about your job application letter, you will end up at the top of the list for the job.  A well written job application letter gives you a leg up on the competition and your foot in the door.

Source: Charles Fuchs.