Hello Folks! Welcome to the first installment of Military Connection’s job search assistance program I talked about in an earlier post. In an effort to help our service members, veterans and their families succeed in an otherwise deflated economy, we will be posting the newest jobs from our Job Board each week, both on our blog and on Facebook. I will also be highlighting a job search **or** interview tip that may boost your chances at scoring that gig you want.
So here it is, the first chapter of what will hopefully be a helpful and interesting journey:
- Production Supervisor – Jeffersonville, Indiana (Manufacturing)
- Physician &,amp, Surgeon (Multiple Opportunities): Orthopedist, Urologist, Primary Care – Tulare, California (Healthcare)
- Director of Finance &,amp, Administration, Europe – University of Maryland University College (Administration)
- CDL Truck Driver – Williston, North Dakota (Transportation)
To view job descriptions and apply, register as a Job Seeker at MilitaryConnection.com.
Tip #1: If your resume is light on actual experience, utilize your cover letter to expand your strengths and accomplishments, even if the experience is outside of the specific field of work you are seeking. Use your cover letter as a chance to really let the hiring manager understand why you are right for the job. If you have an unending motivation for success, mention that in your cover letter and explain why your specific skill sets make you an invaluable member of any team.
Be sure to check back next week for more great job opportunities and job search tips from MilitaryConnection.com!
Thanks for reading,