Local Job Alert: April 18, 2011

Businesses around Dallas and Hiram are currently hiring.

Gas prices are soaring and commuting is becoming more expensive. We want to help.

Count on Dallas-Hiram Patch columnist Julie Paulk to provide you with local job leads.

Job interview tip of the week: “Keep it conversational. Keeping the cover letter conversational is one of the best cover letter tips out there. Show some personality and the reader is less likely to crumple it up and shoot a basket. This type of language makes people feel like you have rapport even if you’ve never met,” according to interviewmastermind.com.

Golf Course Mechanic

 is looking for a Golf Course Mechanic. Candidates must have experience fixing golf equipment as well as engine repair and hydraulics. Learn more about this position online.

Personal Trainers and Fitness Consultants

is looking for Personal Trainers and Fitness Consultants. Part-time and full-time positions are available. Candidates must have strong customer service and communication skills. Learn more about this position online.

Company Driver

Builders Transportation is looking for a Company Driver to drive 2,000 to 2,500 miles per week. Benefits include paid time off, 401(k), medical insurance, weekends off, weekly direct deposit and more. Compensation starts at 41 cents per mile. Learn about this position online.

HVAC Technician

CGL Facility Maintenance is looking for a HVAC Technician with at least four years commercial HVAC experience. Candidates must be able to read blueprints and drawings as well as pass a drug test and background test. Compensation is $12 to $15 per hour. Learn more about this position online.

Lifeguards and Gate Guards

American Pool Service is looking for Lifeguards and Gate Guards. Lifeguards must be at least 15 years old and are responsible for chemical maintenance, record keeping and maintenance. Many lifeguard positions are available. Learn more about this position online.

Is your company currently hiring? E-mail details to julie@juliepaulk.com.


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