Janitorial Jobs Available in North Suburban Locations (JOB FAIR SATURDAY (5/31) in Northbrook)

Cardinal Building Maintenance, Inc. has the following openings available in:

DesPlaines
Monday thru Friday from noon to 2:00 p.m.

Evanston
Monday thru Friday from 7 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. and Saturday for 6 hours

Bannockburn ($11/hour)
Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Lincolnshire (couple needed to work this shift together)
Monday thru Friday from 6 p.m. to 3:30 a.m.

Hoffman Estates
1. Monday thru Friday from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Saturday from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
2. Monday thru Friday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Glen Ellyn
Monday thru Friday after 6 p.m. ($20/day, flat rate)

Wheeling
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Glenview (couple needed to work this shift together)
Monday thru Friday from 6 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. and Saturday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. (45 hours/week)

Northbrook
Sunday thru Friday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

*Criminal background check and drug screening required*

Applications for the above locations will be accepted at the Northbrook office on Saturday, May 31st. Come anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The address is 1808 Janke Drive, Suite B.

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Part-Time Merchandiser positions

FOOTPRINT RETAIL SERVICES will be hosting a hiring session on Monday, June 2nd from 11am-2pm

Chicago South Career Fair
Holiday Inn Hotel & Tinley Park Convention Center
18451 Convention Center Dr
Tinley Park, Illinois 60477

Footprint Retail Services provides merchandising and reset capabilities to various retail companies.

Currently hiring Part-Time Merchandisers IMMEDIATELY in the Chicago market. It is easy to apply, just visit the hiring fair. If you cannot make the hiring fair, you can also complete an application on line at http://www.fprs.com/careers

Starting Pay: Merchandisers is $11/hr & Team Leaders is $13/hr

Immediate Openings in Illinois:
Buffalo Grove, Countryside, Crystal Lake, Fox River Grove, Gurnee, Glendale Heights, Glenview, Homer Glen, La Grange Park, Lake Zurich, Merrionette Park, Park Ridge, Wauconda, Wilmette

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES REQUIRED:
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 Ability to read and set plan o grams
 Customer service orientated. Possess good interpersonal communication
 Complete projects in a timely manner and understands deadlines
 Organizational skills and team player is a must.
 Work Independently
 Able to follow instructions, pay attention to details
 Read, write and speak English
 Professional appearance required and reliable transportation
 Must have email account with daily internet access

What does your social media profile/picture say about you?-Social Media and Employment Barriers

Social Media and Employment Barriers

Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are social media outlets meant to communicate with family and friends for fun. We share pictures, quotes, and statuses for our followers to respond to and perhaps enjoy a laugh. However, as social media usage has increased, more and more businesses have taken advantage of the opportunity to communicate with followers. Be advised that there are business men and women who represent organizations on social media. Often these individuals will research their employees and potential candidates for employment.
Recruiters, without your knowledge of course, can scope out your public or private social media profile and gain insight about your character.

I pose this question to you: If I were a hiring manager and happened to see your facebook profile picture, what ideas could I gather about you or your character that would or would not persuade me to hire/interview you?

Are you a sweet/charming individual with a great smile?
Are you witty and comical therefore your profile is of a graphic nature (appropriate or not)?
Are you the party animal who doesn’t mind sharing with the world a pic of you and your favorite alcoholic beverage?
Are you a bit on the edge, love to bare skin, tattoos etc?
Are you affiliated with any groups: good or bad?
Think about these questions. Yes, your social media profile is your business; however you are sharing your life with the world. If there is any indication that your social media content could impact your ability to be hired, it is suggested that you change it.
Of course, I am just a blogger sharing information with you. However, I’d like to help each and every one of you (job seekers) to obtain employment.

Recruiters often share employment vacancies for me to post on Employment Suite. They are able to view the comments under each post anonymously. You don’t know who they are, but they just might know who you are when your application appears on their desk.
How have your portrayed yourself? Will they want to hire you?

Clean up your social media content. Make sure that information open to your followers can only be seen by them. Eliminate questionable or controversial content as this can be a barrier for acquiring employment. It’s all in fun, but remember someone could be watching. You want to ensure you are presenting the best version of yourself for potential employers.

Want some insight or suggestions on cleaning up your ‘social media image’? Click here to contact Employment Suite!

 

Good luck!

 

Caritha Miller

Employment Suite Founder

EmploymentSuite@gmail.com

 

Community Resource Specialist-Chicago, IL

The Community Resource Specialist (CRS) supports the property management and community life work at Oakwood Shores’ 3750 S. Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, IL property. The CRS is a dual function role incorporating roles and responsibilities pertaining to property management operations and community life and reports to the Senior Property Manager. The CRS will guide residents throughout the entire “life cycle” of living, including verification of information for move-in, rent collection, and renewable processes, as well as engaging residents in the appropriate community resources. The CRS also manages partnerships with community leaders and local service providers to expand opportunities for residents to access resources they need to achieve personal success.
Essential Functions:
  • Under direction of the Senior Property Manager, implement site priorities in line with the site’s TCB’s strategic objectives.
  • Guide residents through the process of obtaining and retaining quality stable housing by conducting lease signings, move in/move out processes, orientation, relocation (where appropriate), re-certifications and interim re-certifications, household inspections, household compliance and applicable reporting.  This is done by using Yardi Software System.
  • Administer HUD recertification paperwork.
  • Implement the Housing Stabilization Standards Of Practice (SOP) and facilitate open communication among all staff and among residents as it relates to the housing operational processes.
  • Responsible for completing the Semi-Annual Performance Report for HUD by using ETO database.
  • Manage programming including design, partnership development, implementation and assessment of progress.
  • Develop a network of referral linkage and senior community resources.
  • Develop relationships with key community stakeholders, service providers and partners. Manage administrative tasks required for securing and executing contracts with providers and partners to carry out programming.
  • Create and maintain a safe and secure environment for persons and property. Serve as a resource and response person for emergencies at the building.
  • Develop relationships with residents to understand their needs and aspirations and provide referrals to other TCB staff or external partners as appropriate.
  • Keep the residents informed of situations and emergencies, regulations and events in the building and for the community at large.
  • Conduct home visits twice per year along with apartment inspections.
  • Support and help facilitate community engagement strategies with residents, some of which may be resident-led, that reach beyond individual coaching and referrals.
  • Collect and input all program and performance data in the Efforts To Outcomes (ETO) database.
  • Monitor budget and activities for program operations, including meeting reporting requirements for all grant funded activities and managing progress towards fulfilling grant deliverables.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities and contribute best practices to the Professional Learning Communities.
  • Provide tenants with up-to-date information and paperwork support regarding programs such as Medicare and other entitlements, and formal supportive and social services.
  • Work closely with team members to ensure effective communication between site team including maintenance, community partners, agencies, funders, and TCB corporate support.
  • Responsible for resident records and tenant supports database (ETO) management for all tenant contacts, both for services implementation quality and for monitoring of data and client reporting requirements.
  • Represent organization in a professional and ethical manner when meeting with area agencies, funding bodies and community stakeholders.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, including but not limited to: senior staff, volunteers, interns, community partners, organization donors, media.
  • Ability to understand and respect values, attitudes, and beliefs that differ across cultures and to respond appropriately to these differences with residents and in planning, implementing, and evaluating programs and services.
  • Ability to collect, record and understand data in order to assess programs and partnerships to inform strategies.
  • Excellent communication, organization and writing skills.
  • Demonstrate ability to organize, advocate, problem-solve, oversee and provide results for elderly residents.
  • Successfully complete the 36 hours for the HUD Services Coordinator Program. (To be completed within 6 months of hire)
  • Ability to prioritize, multitasks, and be self-directed.
  • Knowledge of Yardi, MRI, Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) are a plus.
  • Certified to handle Tax Credit files. (Must be completed within 12 months of hire)
  • Proficiency with MS Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook and other computer programs, as required.
Education & Experience:
B.A. a minimum, with skills and experience in affordable housing management, community outreach, community development, public policy, community organizing, education, social work or a related field with 3+ years of overall professional experience.

 

NOW HIRING CASHIERS! INTERVIEWS IMMEDIATELY!! (CHICAGO, IL)

Beggars is currently interviewing Cashiers for their Chicago location. In order to provide that special customer service, they need OUT-GOING, ENERGETIC people who want to have fun! Experience in the food industry is preferred. You must have the ability to keep up in a fast past environment. Beggars provides an awesome atmosphere, competitive pay, and the ability to move up quickly into leadership and management roles.
*Must be hardworking, dependable and eager to learn.
*Perform light cleaning duties like wiping windows, sweeping, mopping and sanitizing workstations.
*Perform duties of cashier, taking orders, and accurately processing all forms of payment.

How to Apply: #1 Please download an employment application at http://www.beggarspizza.com/employment/ #2 Submit your application via mail to 8100 S. Stony Island, Attn: Hiring Manager, Chicago, IL 60617 or by fax at 773-632-0570. Note: You will not be considered if you do not submit an application or try to apply in person. Please mention this |Employment|Suite| ad.