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Old 04-09-2009, 05:16 PM   #101
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Old 04-09-2009, 05:48 PM   #102
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Anyone have any contacts in either L-3 communications, Lockheed Martin or Alcatel Lucent? Technical team managers/ engineer would be better but at this point any contact would do.

My dad is the Operations Manager at the Greenville TX location
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Old 04-09-2009, 07:55 PM   #103
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Thanks again! I couldnt call him today but will call him tomorrow.
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Old 04-09-2009, 07:56 PM   #104
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Cool, he's expecting you so just tell him you are the guy Jay was telling him about today.
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Old 04-12-2009, 02:57 AM   #105
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ok, the hard part is done - TRANNY IS OUT OF THE CAR thanks to a forum member that got paid very well.

now, is there anyone that knows how to break open the 6 speed tranny to visualy inspect all broken components !?!?

will pay for this service also.


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Old 04-14-2009, 10:37 AM   #106
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Another Account Manager position has opened up. As before this is in Addison.

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We currently have a position open in RBC for an Account Manager. Please find below a job description and the duties and skills required for this position. If you are interested in applying for this position or know of someone that may be, please let me know.





Job Summary: The Account Manager is the first link with property management and manages a portfolio of accounts. The Account Manager will coordinate property training, handle all management emails and phone calls, works closely with Billing, Set Up, Resident Relations and the Service Department to investigate and resolve any billing problems and issues.



Duties:

Candidate must have a professional, friendly attitude and demeanor

Computer skills – Microsoft Office – Word and Excel - Intermediate to Advanced skills

Excellent communication skills, both written an oral

Must provide superior customer service skills to both internal and external contacts

Must be able to effectively manage multiple activities with strong prioritizing skills

Must be customer oriented and enjoy talking on the phone

Excellent grammar skills

Billing and Analytical experience is required, must be a problem solver

May travel in assigned territory

Extremely organized

Will be providing training via the phone or in person

Property management experience is helpful

Possess a working knowledge of water sub-metering and allocation is a plus
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:53 AM   #107
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Anyone working in IT know of any Linux, VMWare or SAN administration jobs? Not unemployed, but I'm looking for a new job.
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Old 04-16-2009, 02:25 PM   #108
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ok, the hard part is done - TRANNY IS OUT OF THE CAR
That usually is the hard part....next time lock your doors and they won't get in.
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Old 04-16-2009, 02:53 PM   #109
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I'm still looking for an IT job. Will take helldesk but my natural habitat is as a Windows Systems Administrator (Exchange and Blackberry server on the side).
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Old 04-16-2009, 03:02 PM   #110
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I'm still looking for an IT job. Will take helldesk but my natural habitat is as a Windows Systems Administrator (Exchange and Blackberry server on the side).
If you're willing to travel(all paid for, of course), I work for a company whose name rhymes with "Hell", and there's an opening for field services.

It's all deployments and such. I'll have to ask my manager what exactly is open, but I'm seeing a couple of opening listed here in DFW. They're actually trying to cut back on travel a lot, so more than likely, you'd stay in DFW most of the time.
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Old 04-22-2009, 11:05 AM   #111
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The last two Account manager positions have been filled. Now onto some new stuff.

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Dallas Office,



We currently have two part time positions open in Resident Relations for a Resident Relations Specialist.



Job Summary: Will talk with customers by phone regarding billing problems, research account issues; accept bill payments and other service related calls.



Hours:

Position 1 – 10am – 2pm

Position 2 - 3pm – 7pm



Duties:

Must have previous call center experience

Pleasant phone demeanor

Exceptional customer service and communication skills, both verbal and written

MS Office – Word & Excel – required

Must be dependable and have excellent attendance

Bilingual – English/Spanish is a plus
Same deal as the past. Office is in Addison. PM me if interested.
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Old 04-22-2009, 11:12 AM   #112
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My best friend lost his job in Vegas and needs IT work in the Dallas/Fort Worth area if anyone has any leads. He has had to move in with his parents because of this.

He worked as an IT guy in Vegas for at least 3 years.
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Old 04-24-2009, 03:28 PM   #113
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My best friend lost his job in Vegas and needs IT work in the Dallas/Fort Worth area if anyone has any leads. He has had to move in with his parents because of this.

He worked as an IT guy in Vegas for at least 3 years.
I would check working for banks in IT, since the mergers I think there are some plans to take a corporate building there...look out for that.
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:27 AM   #114
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Just lost mine...heres what Ive done and previous exp.will send resume upon request..
Shell West Hollow Tech Center
Admin. Coordinator
-Reported daily absentee to supervisors
-Keep track of employee’s attendance cards and hourly time records
-Perform office services such as filing, faxing info., making copies, data-entry, etc.
-Handled and created KPI reports using word and excel
-Received and reviewed resumes daily and set up interviews with the right candidate
-Distribute application packets to applicants and assist with routine recruitment
-Received and answered incoming calls
-Greeted and direct interview applicants to appropriate location
-Help with estimates and Weekly Execution Schedules
-Verify information on timecards and make appropriate corrections
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Old 04-27-2009, 10:07 PM   #115
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Looking for a steady mon-fri job near memorial/katy/area
currently employed as a store manager in retail as a means for income. an 8-5 job would be awesome. I work on avg of 130 hrs every 2 weeks as it is so working hard and staying late is no problem..ill even do some weekends.
Associates (AAS)
Military certs. Airmen leadership school
5 skill level
staff sergeant
working towards Bach. in Comm.
PLENTY of clerical admin skillz

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Air Force National Guard
Maintenance Production Management 5 yrs
Schedules and organizes use and maintenance of F-16 aircraft, engines, munitions, missiles, space systems, aerospace ground equipment (AGE), and associated support systems. Documents and maintains aircraft, engines, missiles, munitions, AGE, and associated support systems records. Analyzes maintenance information and requirements and develops visual presentations. Monitors aircraft maintenance scheduling effectiveness. Knowledge is mandatory of: aircraft, engines, and associated equipment; maintenance and automated procedures applying to planning, scheduling, and documenting; concepts and application of maintenance directives; operational, inspection and time change; delayed discrepancy; TCTO; and engine subsystems.

Retail Store Manager

Currently employed as a shoe retail store manager for Genesco. Sales, organization, hiring, inventory, audit control, and hard working are some of my key areas. Time management and prioritizing are key.

Full resume and cover letter can be emailed as well

thanks guyz
Erik

p.s. reason im looking for a change is because i love my wife and kid and spend an hour with them in the mornings before work and 3-4 hours two to three times a night after work. I want more time with the family i love so i can be the father and husband i should be.
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:49 PM   #116
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any north/NW dallas county summer (seasonal) positions available? i want to come back to dallas for the summer. anything besides waiting tables basically. any pool boy positions? building fences, mowing lawns? anything? i know there isn't much of a shot. but never hurts to try. any good suby guys need some help with doing stuff. please let me know
poor college student here!
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Old 04-28-2009, 10:38 AM   #117
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Loosing my job May 1. I have been working as a Test Engineer at Nasa for the past 2 years. My back ground though is in IT. I have 4 years in IT working for Nasa as a help desk/desktop tech. If any one knows of any jobs please hit me up.
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Old 04-29-2009, 01:04 PM   #118
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A very part time job in El Paso.

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Hello All,

We are currently looking for a meter reader for a property in El Paso, TX.
Pay rate is 0.35 per unit (at 197 units that comes to $68.95 per month), reading is once per month.
We currently have only one property in that area.

Must be able to sign an Independent Contractor Agreement, complete a W9, and have the ability to email or fax meter reads in the same day they are obtained, and must obtain reads on schedule.

Please contact me as soon as possible if you know of any one interested.

Address: 151 S. RESLER DR, EL PASO, TX 79912
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Old 04-29-2009, 01:12 PM   #119
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Loosing my job May 1. I have been working as a Test Engineer at Nasa for the past 2 years. My back ground though is in IT. I have 4 years in IT working for Nasa as a help desk/desktop tech. If any one knows of any jobs please hit me up.

Damn man that sucks. An engineer for the spacecenter is short of a job? Im sure with your background and your experience with them will land you a job quick. Good luck with it man.
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Old 04-29-2009, 03:00 PM   #120
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Damn man that sucks. An engineer for the spacecenter is short of a job? Im sure with your background and your experience with them will land you a job quick. Good luck with it man.
NASA and all its subsidiary contractors are all on a hiring freeze. Actually the subsidiary contracts are about to go on lay offs. since the shuttle program is coming to an end a lot of jobs are going to be cut. and since the new contilation program hasn't even started then they aren't hiring right now for it. the only thing NASA is hiring for is more managment and up positions.

But i don't have an engineering degree, sooooo.......... kinda sucks for me. but i have experience which i am going to hope helps me out a lot.
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Old 04-30-2009, 11:00 PM   #121
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Still haven't had a single interview in over 2 months. Won't be much fun to move back in with the parents but unemployment can only help for so long.
Looking for any contract or fulltime IT work with Windows workstations/servers.
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Old 05-01-2009, 01:20 AM   #122
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Still haven't had a single interview in over 2 months. Won't be much fun to move back in with the parents but unemployment can only help for so long.
Looking for any contract or fulltime IT work with Windows workstations/servers.
dude, get on craigslist/monster... i see jobs like that all day long!
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:10 AM   #123
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dude, get on craigslist/monster... i see jobs like that all day long!
Wow, thanks a lot for the tip. I guess I'm missing the magic key to getting a job after submitting my resume for numerous postings on monster/dice/careerbuilder/craigslist/usajobs. I'm sure you will let me know how to capitalize on those postings you see all day long.
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Old 05-01-2009, 04:53 PM   #124
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Wow, thanks a lot for the tip. I guess I'm missing the magic key to getting a job after submitting my resume for numerous postings on monster/dice/careerbuilder/craigslist/usajobs. I'm sure you will let me know how to capitalize on those postings you see all day long.
great attitude.
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Old 05-01-2009, 08:28 PM   #125
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great attitude.
Lets see your attitude when you have no income, no savings and are looking at moving back in with your parents at 31 in a job market that is in the tank and you haven't gotten a single interview in over 2 months of looking. Useless advice like yours is not any help. If you think I would be posting on here for help before I would bother to check normal job sites you are some sort of stupid.
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