Job Connection Ministry – Employment Opportunities:

 

Wake County Is Hiring: People seeking jobs during the current economic downturn may find new employment opportunities with Wake County. The county plans to hire about 235 temporary staff members over the next month to support its ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of the positions will support the public health function of the COVID-19 response, including contact tracing, epidemiology and nursing, while other roles will support operations and logistics management for our efforts to fight the virus. The county will use CARES Act funding to pay salaries and offer benefits to the temporary workers. Interviewing and hiring for the positions, which are benefits-eligible, are expected to begin in July and continue on a rolling basis. Additional positions will be added in the coming days and weeks. These jobs are temporary and expected to last through at least Nov. 30, 2020. To view the positions and qualifications, candidates can visit https://ewaketalent.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/3/home?c=ewaketalent Get the full details about the announcement here: https://covid19.wakegov.com/wake-county-hiring-to-support-continued-covid-19-response/

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Airtasker is a community platform that connects people who need to outsource tasks/services, with people who are looking to earn money;
[e.g., home cleaning, handyman jobs, admin work, photography, graphic design or even build a website] – https://www.airtasker.com/

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Raleigh SBA [Small Business Administration], SCORE; Resources & support for business owners – raleigh.score.org

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Wake Tech Community College, Small Business Center; Skills Training for Job Seekers – HRD Wake Tech [i.e., many classes, fees are waived https://hrd.waketech.edu  

Request a Counseling Session – https://waketechscb.youcanbook.me/

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE:

ZipRecruiter Resources
Home Page: https://www.ziprecruiter.com
Jobs near me: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/n/Full-Time-Jobs-Near-Me
Salary Calculatorhttps://www.ziprecruiter.com/Salaries
High School Jobs: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/high-school-jobs
Resume Resources: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/blog/resume-training/

Dress for Success: https://trianglenc.dressforsuccess.org

United Way: http://211.org

Accentuate Staffing:  https://accentuatestaffing.com

Employment: http://Careerfoundations.com

Manpower: http://manpower.us

Robert Half: https://roberthalf.com/raleigh

Vaco Employment: http://vaco.com/raleigh

Catholic Parish Outreach: http://cporaleigh.com

Foodbank: http://foodbankcenc.org

Interfaith Food Shuttle: http://foodshuttle.org

LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com

Cleverism: https://cleverism.com/jobs

Indeed: http://indeed.com

Monster: http://monster.com

Simply Hired: http://simplyhired.com

Colonial Jobseekers: http://jobseekers.colonial.org

Wake County Human Services: http://wakegov.com/humanservices

 

 10 Tips for Attending a Virtual Interview:

1. Pick a quiet, well-lit place to interview where you can talk freely without an elaborate backdrop so that you can be the focal point
on the screen. Remove anything distracting behind you and keep it neutral.
2. Doing a run through interview with a friend beforehand is helpful because your first few virtual calls are likely to feel awkward,
especially if you must retrain yourself to watch the camera and not the screen. Play around with everything beforehand so that
when it’s interview time, you can shine without being distracted by the program.
3. Alternatively, Catalent offers a virtual connection test prior to your meeting, please reach out to your Recruiter or Recruitment
Coordinator to set up a test, this only takes up to 5 minutes.
4. Getting Facebook notifications during your interview is distracting and unprofessional. Before your interview, make sure all other
windows on your computer are closed (especially if they make noise).
5. When it comes to what you wear, treat your virtual interview like an in-person interview and dress professionally from head to
toe (or at least from waist-up!). A professional dress code with video interviews is expected, not excused.
6. It is very tempting to watch yourself or your interviewer during a virtual session but looking directly at the video camera is the
only way to maintain direct eye contact with your interviewer.
7. Don’t be afraid to help yourself with post-it notes or a copy of your resume handy when you interview. A benefit of having a
virtual interview is that you can have a cheat sheet in front of you so that you don’t have to memorize everything you want to
mention.
8. Make sure your notes are easily scannable so that you use them as quick reminders, not a script. While having notes is certainly
a plus, relying too heavily on them can cause awkward pauses during your interview. An interviewer won’t be impressed if they
only see the top of your head during the interview, so while having notes is good, be sure to use them sparingly.
9. Not all physical cues translate from in-person interviews to virtual interviews, which make the ones that do even more
important. Be sure to have good posture and relax your shoulders to avoid stiffness.
10. Treat your virtual interview the same as if you participated in an on-site interview. Send a note to the recruiter/interviewer/panel
within 24-48 hours if you have the proper contact information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
   

 

 

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