NAF Job Openings- Various Jobs (Ellsworth, AFB)

NAF JOB OPENINGS

POSTING DATE:  21 May 2013

Listings are updated as needed.  All positions are open until filled.

Regular:  Guaranteed hours (established shift + benefits)

Flexible:  No guaranteed hours (variable shift + use of NAF facilities)

ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OF AGE.

JOB   TITLE

GRADE

LOCATION

TYPE

SALARY

Waiter NA-7420-02

Dakota’s Club

Flexible

$8.25*

 
Cook NA-7404-04

Dakota’s Club

Flexible

$9.74**

 
Bartender NA-7405-03

Dakota’s Club

Flexible

$8.77**

 
Custodial Worker (Housekeeper) NA-3566-01

Lodging

Flexible

$8.40

 
Custodial Worker (Janitor) NA-3566-02

Lodging

Flexible

$8.95   (DTP)

 
Guest Services Representative NF-0303-01

Lodging

Flexible

$9.15**

 
Recreation Aid (golf) NF-0189-01

Prairie Ridge Golf

Flexible

$8.00

 
Child & Youth Program Asst   (Entry Level) CY-1702-01

Youth Center

Flexible

$10.95* (DTP)

 
Child & Youth Program Asst   (Target Level) CY-1702-02

Youth Center

Flexible

$13.41* (DTP)

 
Recreation Aid (Lifeguard) NF-0189-01

Pools

Flexible

$8.55

 
Pro Shop Technician NA-4819-05

Bandit Lanes Recreation   Center

Flexible

$10.01

 
Custodial Worker NA-3566-02

Bandit Lanes Recreation   Center

Flexible

$8.25

 
Cook NA-7404-04

Bandit Lanes Recreation   Center

Flexible

$9.74

 
Child & Youth Program Asst   (Entry Level) CY-1702-01

Child Development Center

Flexible

$10.95

 
Child & Youth Program Asst   (Interm Level) CY-1702-01

Child Development Center

Flexible

$11.61

 
Child & Youth Program Asst   (Target Level) CY-1702-02

Child Development Center

Flexible

$13.41*

 
Accounting Technician NF-0525-02

Resource Management

Regular

$9.00

 
Cashier NF-0530-01

Outdoor Recreation

Regular

$7.25

 
Recreation Aid NF-0189-01

Outdoor Recreation

Flexible

$7.76

 
Golf Course Manager NF-1101-04

Prairie Ridge Golf Course

Regular

$35,000 – $45,000

 
Program and Event Specialist NF-1101-04

Human Resources

Regular

$17.00-19.00 DOE

 
Supervisory Recreation Asst   (Lifeguard) NF-0189-03

Pools

Flexible

$11.43

 

*Must be 18 years old                         **Must be 21 years old                     DTP- Drug Tested Position

HOW TO APPLY:

Access www.nafjobs.org for worldwide listing of employment opportunities.

Fill out an online profile and application.

Remember to attach your resume, spouse’s PCS orders (with your name listed as a dependent) for Military Spouse Preference and DD214 for Veteran’s Preference.

This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify this office. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.


Lowe’s Home Improvement- Various Job Openings (Rapid City, SD)

The following job opportunities for Lowe’s Home Improvement have been posted:
#482292BR Early Morning Stockers, Monday to Friday and every other weekend.
4 PT Positions

#480774BR, Seasonal Cashiers
Up to 40 hours per week
3 Positions

#480770BR and #476061BR
Seasonal Help in Outside Lawn and Garden
5 positions, up to 40 hours per week

#471909BR, Full Time CDL Driver

Please apply on Lowes.com by clicking on ‘careers’ at the bottom of the home page or by completing your electronic application at the kiosk available in the store.
More additional information please contact
John Fenske, HR Manager
341-4815 Ext 204


Lowe’s- Seasonal Position (Rapid City SD)

Today we posted 10 new positions for Lowe’s of Rapid City on line.
These new positions will be hired as Seasonal that could lead to either a Part Time or Full Time position.
All ten positions will be working on the sales floor and rotating between departments:
Flooring, Appliances, Paint, Plumbing, Electrical, Mill work and Lumber
The hours for these positions are
7 people will be hired 10am to 2pm and 3 people will be hired for 5pm to 9pm
All 10 Positions will work Monday through Friday and with all weekends off.
60,000 of these positions are being added nationwide today
In South Dakota in our three stores, altogether 120 NEW Full-time, Part-time and Seasonal positions will be hired over the next 3 months.
To apply or see more information please click the link below:
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=456923BR&Codes=LOWES&__utma=1.1976280607.1359391528.1359391528.1359391528.1&__utmb=1.3.10.1359391528&__utmc=1&__utmx=-&__utmz=1.1359391528.1.1.utmcsr=(direct)|utmccn=(direct)|utmcmd=(none)&__utmv=-&__utmk=244275589

John Fenske
HR Manager
605-341-4815
Rapid City, SD #1634


Seasonal and Temporary positions available with the City of Rapid City

There are various positions open with the City of Rapid City. Those positions include permament positions, civic center jobs, and seasonal & temporary positions. To find out more about these positions please click on the following links.

Career Opportunities: http://www.rcgov.org/Career-Opportunities/index.html

Civic Center Jobs: http://gotmine.com/Team/

Seasonal & Temporary: http://www.rcgov.org/Career-Opportunities/seasonal-and-temporary-employment.html


Nebraska National Forest and Grasslands-GS-0404-04 (Biological Science Technician [Wildlife])

The Wall Ranger District is looking to fill two (2) Biological Science Technician positions. Both positions will run from mid-May through August 2013 but exact starting and ending dates are negotiable. The Biological Technician will assist the District Wildlife Biologist with monitoring and field work to support an ecosystem-based wildlife program. Link for this vacancy announcement: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/336078000


Black Hills Stock Show & Rodeo Hiring Session

Location: Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
Date & Time: January 9th, 2013 between 3p.m. and 6p.m.
Interested candidates should submit an application at gotmine.com and they should bring two forms of identification to todays hiring session.
Nearly 100 positions will be filled in the areas of food, maintenance, and parking.
Those hired will begin work January 18th and 19th
The Stock Show & Rodeo runs from January 25th through February 3rd.


Temp Your Way to a Career

With the economy struggling to improve and unemployment rates at an all time high, we have all heard tales of job seekers waiting months just for a hint of a job offer. For military spouses who plan to relocate this year, the jobs shortage is complicated by the challenges of being new to an area.

It is not all doom and gloom, however; on the positive side, temporary staffing and recruitment agencies report they are especially busy right now. Working for a staffing agency has the added benefit of allowing you to learn about a new area and meet people. Temporary agencies offer many alternatives including long-term temporary, temp-to-permanent, and direct hire positions. When done right, temporary work can be a bridge to permanent employment.

Temporary labor is utilized for a variety reasons. An organization may have a special project to complete, experience seasonal shifts in staffing needs, or they may want to try an employee out before making a commitment to hire. As the economy improves, hiring temporary workers provides an attractive alternative to employers. According to Thane Meads, Director of Operations at Dynamic Recruiting, “In economically hard times–employers are hesitant to spend and do not tend to make many full-time hires. Instead, they utilize more and more temp labor to get work done, as such temp positions are often the only gateway someone has to get into a company when the economy is down.”

Temporary work is a great way to find hidden jobs. According to the American Staffing Association 40% of temporary assignments become permanent positions. Christina Gross, Recruiter at Manpower Inc., one of the world’s largest staffing services states, “We have already seen a number of positions transition into permanent positions within the last two months, and as the economy stabilizes we expect to see more.”

Temporary work is flexible, and allows you to try out a variety of work environments. As a temporary employee you have the freedom to choose when, where, and for how long you work. Another benefit of working for a temporary staffing agency is, well…benefits. Typical perks include medical and dental insurance, 401K’s, and over 90% of temporary agencies provide free training.

Temporary staffing agencies and recruiters operate differently, but can both be useful in your job search. According to Thane Meads, temporary staffing agencies deal with quantity and usually staff jobs requiring basic skills. Temporary agencies are more interested in finding individuals with good work habits. Recruiters on the other hand, typically work with higher level career opportunities.

Ranstad and Manpower are among the largest national temporary agencies and usually have divisions that recruit for higher level careers. There are also many regional and local agencies, so do your homework to find the best fit for you. Some agencies specialize in specific areas such as accounting, medical, technical, or administrative services. Whether you choose a temporary staffing agency or a recruiter, do not feel like you need to commit to just one. Signing-up with multiple agencies increases your chances of placement.

Temporary agencies and recruiters often utilize well-known job boards such as Monster.com to advertise current openings. Start by doing a job search to find staffing agencies or recruiters that have jobs posted of interest to you. You can submit a resume on-line, but you will get a quicker response from a recruiter if you contact them. Thane Meads offers advice for individuals using temporary staffing agencies or recruiters. He says, “each firm is very busy and not as likely to follow-up as most candidates would like or even expect. Do not expect to have anyone hold your hand or get a job for you, but try to use them as facilitators that can help you find uncovered opportunities.”

When you contact an agency a recruiter may conduct a phone interview to determine if your skills match-up with their current customer base. If the recruiter feels they may be able to place you, they will request an in-person interview. Prepare by gathering professional references and polishing your resume. Just like you would at any interview be enthusiastic, flexible, energetic, and display a good attitude.

The interview can take up to 3 hours—yes, really 3 hours. But, do not worry you will not be grilled the entire time. The process consists of several steps, and the interview is just one of them. At the interview you will complete a job application and other employment forms. Usually the interview itself is highly standardized, and will focus on salary expectations, work preferences, and past job experience.

You may be asked to take assessments, which vary depending on the type of work you are seeking. Typically, office workers take tests to show proficiency with Microsoft Office or typing speed. Industrial workers take sorting or assembly skills tests. These tests are designed to assure the temporary employee possess the minimum skills required to be successful on the job. The agency will share test results with you and address any discrepancies between your skill set and the type of work you are seeking.

If the agency has an opening, they may offer you an assignment immediately. The offer will include a description of the working conditions, tasks, hours, and pay rate. It is entirely your decision to take the assignment or not. Be realistic, you do not need to take every assignment. If you are not sure if the job is right for you it is better to say no than to take an assignment you will not be able to complete. Consider every assignment as an opportunity to increase your job skills, build contacts, and improve your employability.

If you are not offered an immediate assignment, you should check-in with the agency periodically. Recruiters interview many candidates each day—they do not remember everyone. Checking-in at least once a week is a good technique to ensure that you are fresh in the recruiters mind when a suitable assignment becomes available. According to recruiter Christina Gross, being flexible is a sure way to stay busy when working for a temporary staffing agency; she says, “We never know what that next phone call may be. If you are able to go to work with a day’s notice and willing to work anywhere then there is a greater chance of getting out to work more often.”

When you go to work you are employed by the staffing service and assigned to their customer. The temporary agency is responsible for issuing pay and withholding appropriately. Temporary staffing agencies do not take a fee from employees—their fees are paid by the customer. Be wary of any agency that takes fees from employees.

Keep in mind, while on assignment, the company you go to work for may be trying to select temporary employees who they feel would be good candidates for permanent employment. They will notice stellar employees. Look for ways to be the kind of employee they will not be able to live without.

Many temporary staffing agencies have experience working with military spouses and understand the challenges they face. Recruiter Christina Gross who works within 15 miles of Fairchild Air Force Base says, “We have worked with a number of military spouses and are always ready to assist them in getting acclimated to a new city. It is especially nice because coming from different parts of the country military spouses bring a variety of different skills to the area and we have had a lot of success.”