Southland Mall hiring: Director of Security

JOB TITLE:                                                    DIRECTOR OF SECURITY- Southland Mall
REPORTS TO:                                               Regional Manager- Retail Division
LOCATION:                                                    Hayward, CA
CLASSIFICATION:                                          Exempt, Full-Time

DESCRIPTION:The Director of Security is responsible for directing, coordinating, and overseeing all activities of the onsite Security staff, including all supervisory, training and operations functions at the assigned post in accordance with post orders and client instructions, and following all internal procedures.

OVERVIEW:

  • Coordinates all aspects of executing the security contract at the assigned location(s)
  • Responsible for supervising, motivating, coaching and training employees
  • Conduct interviews, make recommendations for placement of security professionals, and execute site-specific orientations
  • Is the first point of contact for security professionals regarding performance, operations, emergency response activities, and department needs
  • May be responsible for scheduling and payroll coordination at assigned site based on the size and post requirements, including pay and invoice reconciliation

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***JOB FAIR – $300 SIGNING BONUS*** (San Pablo Lytton Casino)

*****STOP BY – START WORKING*****
Date – Thursday June 4, 2015
Time – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Location – 13201 San Pablo Ave. Suite #101 San Pablo

Come to the San Pablo Lytton Casino Job Fair for an on the spot interview. We are looking for fun, energetic, customer service oriented Team Members. Ask about the $300.00 signing bonus!! We are looking for Full Time and Part Time Team Members for the following positions:

Maintenance Worker
Players Advantage Host(ess)
Housekeepers
Restaurant Supervisor
Food Servers
Restaurant Host(ess)
Cocktail Servers
Cooks
Porters
Bartenders
Bar Backs
Snack Bar Workers
Warehouse Worker
Cage Cashiers
Security Officers
Dispatchers
Surveillance Agents
Gaming Floor Persons
Gaming Machine Technicians

On the job training is available for most positions. Bring your resume. You will need to fill out a Casino application which will be available at the Job Fair, or you can pick one up at the Casino anytime prior to the Job Fair.

Must be 18 years old to apply.

Principals only. Recruiters, please don’t contact this job poster.

do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers

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[Job Opportunity @ Applebee’s] Alameda: Host/Hostess

Applebee’s Position Description

Title: Host/Hostess
Department: Restaurant Operations (FOH)
Reports to: Restaurant Management Team
Primary Responsibilities: Greets (both arriving and departing) guests in a friendly manner.
Seats arriving guests while assisting in maintaining the overall guest flow and cleanliness of the
dining areas.
Specific Functions and Duties:
1. Opens door for guests arriving or departing (30%*).
2. Accomodates any special needs of guests (highchairs, wheelchairs, disabilities,etc…) (10%*).
3. Manages the waitlist while the restaurant is full (10%*).
4. Directs guests that are picking up or ordering food to go, purchasing Gift Cards or other retail items to
the appropriate area according to Applebee’s guidelines (10%*).
5. Seats guests in the dining areas while following Applebee’s host script procedures (10%*).
6. Answers the phone and follows phone procedures to answer guest questions or concerns (5%*).
7. Fills out the feature board and inflates balloons (5%*).
8. Maintains the cleanliess of the host, lobby and dining areas as directed by a manager (15%*).
9. Provides guest assistance to servers as directed by a manager (5%*).
Qualification Standards:
1. Ability to wipe down table tops, table legs, pick up debris off of the floor and wipe down booths, chairs, and dining
room side stations in the restaurant.
2. Transports plates, glasses and baskets to and from the dining room, service bar, and kitchen continuously during
the shift.
3. Reading, writing, and verbal communication skills required.
4. Mobility required during the entire shift.
Work Schedule Requirement:
1. Will work and adhere to schedule and attendance guildelines posted by the management team.
2. Understands and follows the guidelines of California state break and labor policies.
Physical:
1. Must be able to stand and exert fast-paced mobility for up to four (4) hours in length.
2. Must be able to speak clearly and listen attentively to employees, guests, and dining room staff.
3. Must have good sense of balance be able to bend and kneel and have the ability to lift trays, glass racks, and product
cases of up to 25 pounds.

 

Resumes can be e-mailed directly to alameda@appleamerican.com

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East Bay Kendall Center in Dublin: hiring Behavior Technicians

   

We are currently hiring for Behavior Technicians for our East Bay Kendall Center, based in

Dublin, CA. Part-time and full-time availability is desired.

Parents trust us to help their children with autism spectrum disorder because of our experience and the results weve achieved. Our evidence-based treatment programs reflect clinical approaches found to be effective in more than 300 research studies involving children and adolescents with autism and other developmental delays.

The Kendall Centers offer intensive behavior and language therapy for children with autism.  We conduct research-based intervention using the science of applied behavior analysis

Resumes can be e-mailed directly to eblack@tpathways.org

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Michael’s Transportation Service (MTS)–> at San Pablo East Bay Works, Thursday, May 21st

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Looking for a Security Guard Job – Join on-site Recruitment May 15, 2015 @ 10a.m

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Hiring for Inside Sales Agents in Concord

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Groundworks Campaigns Hiring Temp Workers

Groundworks Campaigns

 Temporary Campaign Workers

May 16, 17, 18 and 19

We need people to help get voters out to vote on May 16, 17, 18 and 19.   Make a difference while you make some money!  Pay is $15 per hour. (Inquire NOW)

You must be friendly, enthusiastic and outgoing with strong verbal communication skills.  And you must be able to be on your feet for up to 7 hours per day and be willing to work outside after dark.  Applicants with cars strongly preferred, but not required.  Drivers receive an additional $12 per day.

You must be able to work the following schedule in its entirety without any exceptions:

Saturday, 5/16: 9 AM – 5 PM

Sunday,   5/17: 12:00-8:00 PM

Monday, 5/18: 12:00-8:00 PM

Tuesday, 5/19: 12:30-8:30 PM

Please be sure to tell us your name, phone number and the city where you live.

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Apply by phone: 855-492-9467

Apply by email: gworksjobs@gmail.com

 

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Lucky Supermarkets is HIRING! Job Fair This Weekend (+150 Positions)

Lucky Supermarkets is Hiring and have over 150 openings across the Bay Area. Link has information about our application and our job fair dates and locations- STARTING TOMORROW FRIDAY in Fremont, San Leandro and Santa Rosa!

Be Lucky FlyerLucky Alameda Job Fair Cal

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Disability Employment News from the Department of Labor

How to Use the Schedule A Hiring Authority — Blog

In her blog “I’m a Federal Employee Thanks to Schedule A. You Can Be, Too!” Tiffany Jolliff, program specialist at the Office of Disability Employment Policy, takes the reader through the federal Schedule A hiring process.

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Obama Seeks Public Comment on WIOA

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Caregivers Needed

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Job Fair – College of Alameda May 6, 2015 @10a.m-1p.m

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Hiring: Accessory Installers

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Recruitment for Field Service/Cable Technicians – May 5, 2015 @ 10a.m

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East Bay Works hosting a On-site Recruitment May 5th, 2015 @ 9a.m

East Bay Works will be hosting an

—————————On-Site Recruitment Event for Clerical/Administrative & Warehouse/Production Professionals——————————————————-

Job Opportunities 

A Local Staffing Agency has many jobs available here in the East Bay . . .

They are seeking candidates with recent work experience in the following positions.  If you have not worked in over a year but have updated skills then you may qualify as a re-entry candidate.

  • Receptionist – 1st face of a company, professional, confident
  • Clerical – phones, emails, entering data, maintaining files, photocopying, scanning , faxing
  • Warehouse/Production – Previous experience required. Flexible and must enjoy working as part of a team. Must be able to work standing up to 10 hours per day. Able to lift up to 30 lbs. Must be eligible to work in the US.

WHEN: Tuesday, May 5th from  9:00 am to 11:30 am.

WAGE: $10 – 14/hr depending on experience.

WHERE: East Bay Works-America’s Job Center of CA – San Pablo

2300 El Portal Drive, Suite B, San Pablo, CA  94806.

Details: Please dress business professional. Please be sure to bring a current/updated Resume. Please bring your current/valid California Driver’s License/Identification and your Social Security Card. Please arrive on time and ready to interview!

***You may pre-register for this event by calling 510-412-6740***

 

 

 

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Landscaping Positions – Recruitment at Rubicon: May 4, 2015 @ 10a.m

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On Site Recruitment in Hayward April 9: Production, Warehouse, Forklift Operators

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Part-Time Seasonal Positions at Concord Pavilion

Bring application to Interview Date: Saturday, 4/11/2015  @ 10a.m-4p.m. For more information please read flyer below. Application is attached.

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Select Application Here: Concord Pav. Appl

 

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Baywork S.T.E.M. Career Fair on Friday March 6th in San Francisco from 3:00 to 7:00 pm

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Career Technical Education Fair at the College of Alameda on March 17th

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The Department of Labor’s Veteran Employment and Training Service (VETS) focuses on four key areas to support our nation’s veterans: (1) preparing veterans for meaningful careers; (2) providing them with employment resources and expertise; (3) protecting their employment rights; and, (4) promoting the employment of veterans and related training opportunities to employers across the country.

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Expanded Presence on West Coast Will Support Work-Based Learning and Other Regional Initiatives

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Disability Workforce News from the Department of Labor

WIOA Advisory Committee Meeting Presentations and Public Testimony Available

The Advisory Committee on Increasing Competitive Integrated Employment for Individuals with Disabilities, a key part of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), held its first meetingJanuary 22-23 in Washington, DC. Several panels of experts discussed various aspects of competitive integrated employment, and organizations and individuals gave public testimony. The panelists’ presentations and the public testimony are now available online.

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With the release of President Obama’s 2016 budget proposal, the House of Representatives Veterans Affairs Committee’s Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity called Teresa Gerton, deputy assistant secretary of labor for Veterans’ Employment and Training Service, to testify on Feb. 12 about the department’s veterans’ employment programs.

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The Job Opening and Labor Turnover Survey — also known as JOLTS

Here are several indications that the job market continues to improve — the unemployment rate is down nearly a full percentage point from one year ago and the economy has added more than three million jobs in that time. Issued on the heels of the monthly employment report, the Job Opening and Labor Turnover Survey — also known as JOLTS — often doesn’t get the attention it deserves.

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What’s Next in the National Skills Movement

The halls of Congress were a little busier than usual recently as a broad cross-section of organizations focused on expanding skills training in America descended on Washington. For Secretary Perez, the gatherings were opportunities to discuss what’s next for expanding opportunity and strengthening the middle class.

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Janitorial Workers not Paid Fairly and Legally for their Labor

More than three-quarters of janitorial service companies investigated nationally by the Wage and Hour Division in the past two fiscal years did not pay low-wage workers fairly and legally for their labor. Of the division’s 1,221 janitorial industry investigations, 76 percent resulted in violations and led to the recovery of $7.9 million in unpaid wages for nearly 10,000 workers.

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Single Federal Portal for Connecting Veterans to Meaningful Career Opportunities

Veterans Employment Center (VEC):  Within the eBenefits portal, the VEC is the Federal government’s single comprehensive online tool to provide transitioning service members, Reserve Component service members, veterans and their families with the tools to translate military skills into plain language and build a profile that can be shared – in real time – with employers.

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