. Military-Civilian: Hot Jobs, Events, and Helpful Information for Veterans Seeking Civilian Careers: November 2013

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our Veterans

Ohio Veterans Bonus deadline near for Gulf War Era veterans

Ohio Veterans Bonus deadline near for Gulf War Era veterans

November 26. 2013 12:25PM
COLUMBUS - Ohio veterans who served during the time of the Persian Gulf War have until December 31, 2013 to apply for the Ohio Veterans Bonus and receive the thank you for their service awarded them by Ohio's citizens.

The Ohio Veterans Bonus continues for veterans of the Iraq War, who have until December 31, 2014 to apply. No deadline has been announced for veterans of the Afghanistan War and all veterans who served after October 7, 2001.

"I personally urge any eligible veteran, particularly those who served during the Persian Gulf War, to apply for the Bonus immediately. It's a very personal thanks to every one of our veterans who served during our recent wars from all the people of our great state," Ohio Department of Veterans Services Director Tim Gorrell said. "To everyone in our veterans' community, please reach out to these veterans and make sure they're aware. And if anyone has a friend or a family member who served, let them know."

The Ohio Veterans Bonus is open to veterans of the Persian Gulf War era as well as the eras of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, regardless of where they served. However, the amount available is higher to those who served directly in the war zones. It is also open to the next of kin of those who were killed in action or died of disease as a result of in-theater service. The Bonus is not subject to federal or state taxes, and can be used for any purpose.

To date, almost $59 million has been paid to over 70,000 veterans and family members.

Ohio voters approved the Ohio Veterans Bonus by an overwhelming margin in November 2009, to be awarded to veterans of the Armed Forces and military service members who served during the periods of the Persian Gulf War and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The specific criteria are below:

. Military service of more than 90 days active duty, not for training, anywhere in the world during the following periods:

- August 2, 1990 through March 3, 1991 - Persian Gulf; deadline to apply is December 31, 2013

- October 7, 2001 through a date to be determined by the President - Afghanistan

- March 19, 2003 through December 31, 2011 - Iraq; deadline to apply is December 31, 2014

. Eligible veterans and military service members must have been Ohio residents at the time of their entry into the military, and must be Ohio residents at the time they apply.

The bonus pays $100 a month to veterans who served in the Persian Gulf theater, or in the countries of Afghanistan or Iraq, up to a maximum of $1,000. For veterans who served elsewhere, the payment is $50 a month up to a $500 maximum. Veterans medically discharged due to injuries sustained in combat can receive $1,000, plus up to $500 for months of service elsewhere. Family members of those killed in action or who died from disease as a result of their in-theater service can receive a bonus of $5,000 plus whatever the service member was eligible for, up to a total of $6,500.

For more information or to apply:

. Call toll-free to 1-877-OHIO VET (1-877-644-6838) option 2

. Visit any county veteran service office (see www.ohiovet.gov for an interactive map of the county offices). These offices can also provide information about all federal and state veterans' benefits, and assist veterans in the application process.

. The department also provides information about the Bonus through its social media and at veterans' events, and has advertised the program in print and broadcast media, as well as in veterans' publications and a mailing to veterans whose service likely occurred during the Persian Gulf era.

The Ohio Veterans Bonus continues a tradition of bonuses to reward Ohio veterans that dates back to the Civil War. Those other war bonuses are now closed.

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Reference: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtml http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtml

Types of Preference (Federal Employment)

To receive preference, a veteran must have been discharged or released from
active duty in the Armed Forces under honorable conditions (i.e., with an
honorable or general discharge). As defined in 5 U.S.C. 2101(2), "Armed
Forces" means the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. The
veteran must also be eligible under one of the preference categories below
(also shown on the Standard Form (SF) 50, Notification of Personnel Action).
*Military retirees at the rank of major, lieutenant commander, or higher are
not eligible for preference in appointment unless they are disabled
veterans. (This does not apply to Reservists who will not begin drawing
military retired pay until age 60.) For non-disabled users, active duty for
training by National Guard or Reserve soldiers does not qualify as "active
duty" for preference.
For disabled veterans, active duty includes training service in the Reserves
or National Guard, per the Merit Systems Protection Board decision in Hesse
v. Department of the Army, 104 M.S.P.R.647(2007).
For purposes of this chapter and 5 U.S.C. 2108, "war" means only those armed
conflicts declared by Congress as war and includes World War II, which
covers the period from December 7, 1941, to April 28, 1952.
When applying for Federal jobs, eligible veterans should claim preference on
their application or resume. Applicants claiming 10-point preference must
complete Standard Form (SF) 15, Application for 10-Point Veteran Preference,
and submit the requested documentation.
The following preference categories and points are based on 5 U.S.C. 2108
and 3309 as modified by a length of service requirement in 38 U.S.C.
5303A(d). (The letters following each category, e.g., "TP," are a shorthand
reference used by OPM in competitive examinations.)
*If you have a documented medical condition, consider obtaining a Schedule A
Letter from your Primary Care Physician or specialist.

Monday, November 25, 2013


Thank you from Easter Seals ~ Community OneSource Veterans Services ~ 11-23-2013

Testimonial 11-23-2013

Hi Lucy,

On behalf of Easter Seals Community OneSource Veterans Services, I would like to thank you for the many job leads that you send out every week.

Happy Thanksgiving!

All the Best,


Resource Coordinator
Easter Seals, Inc

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Adopt a Vet for Christmas, Lyons VA Hospital Dec 14th 2pm to 4pm

ONSITE OHS - Drug Screen Collection Technicians - Illinois

ONSITE OHS - Drug Screen Collection Technicians - Illinois

Onsite OHS is seeking Drug Screen Collection Technicians – Illinois

Locations: Effingham, Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and Knoxville, IL

Job Specifications:
The Collection Technician MUST be within a 1 hour drive from one of the above locations. This position is an independent-contracting position and will work at a PRN basis for day, night, or weekend shifts. The Collection Technician will supply own transportation to collect specimens and provide the chain of custody for specimens in accordance with OHS guidelines.

•Valid, current, unrestricted driver's license in Illinois
•Dependable transportation
•Must be detail-oriented with good penmanship and great customer service skills
•Ability to function independently
•Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing
•Basic computer skills

Please apply at www.onsiteohs.com

For more information, please contact:
Lauren Johnson
Recruitment Specialist
Email: lauren.johnson@onsiteohs.com

ONSITE OHS - Drug Screen Collection Technicians - Iowa

ONSITE OHS - Drug Screen Collection Technicians - Iowa

Onsite OHS is seeking Drug Screen Collection Technicians - Iowa

Locations: Clinton, Mt. Joy, Bettendorf, and Riverdale/Pleasant Valley, IA

Onsite OHS is a fast paced and ever changing company seeking qualified EMTs to act as Drug Screen Collection Technicians.

Job Specifications:
The Collection Technician MUST be within a 1 hour drive from one of the above locations. This position is an independent-contracting position and will work at a PRN basis for day, night, or weekend shifts. The Collection Technician will supply own transportation to collect specimens and provide the chain of custody for specimens in accordance with OHS guidelines.

•Valid, current, unrestricted driver's license in Iowa
•Dependable transportation
•Must be detail-oriented with good penmanship and great customer service skills
•Ability to function independently
•Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing
•Basic computer skills

Please apply at www.onsiteohs.com

For more information, please contact:
Lauren Johnson
Recruitment Specialist
Email: lauren.johnson@onsiteohs.com

BWAY is seeking Warehouse/Shipping Supervisor for Trenton, NJ

Division : Operations 
Career Level : Manager (Manager/Supervisor of Staff) 
Education : Bachelor's Degree 
Offer Relocation : No 

Job Description :
BWAY is one of the largest manufacturers of rigid metal and plastic containers in North America. Our diverse products and broad geographic reach have made us a market leader in the general line packaging industry. We make the innovative products that customers require to succeed today and beyond. BWAY offers comprehensive packaging for a wide variety of applications. We help customers develop new packaging and redesign existing products that reduce time to market, lower costs and improve quality. Our technical specialists provide onsite expertise for integrating products into manufacturing facilities. We manufacture the standard industrial containers that customers know and trust. We also develop innovative packaging that introduces customer products to the marketplace in new and exciting ways. Our rigid metal containers include paint cans, steel pails, aerosol cans, F-style containers, monotop cans, pour top cans, ammunition boxes and an oil can. We also manufacture rigid plastic packaging including pails, drums, hybrid paint cans, all-plastic colorant cans and plastic bottles. Today, BWAY is the only manufacturer in the country that can provide metal paint cans, hybrid paint cans and all-plastic colorant cans to meet our customer needs. We have the most extensive product lineup available from any single manufacturer in the general line packaging industry. BWAY is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

This position provides shift leadership to warehouse, shipping/receiving and production operations.  The W&S Supervisor provides first line leadership to a team of hourly production and/or warehouse employees.

·Provide ongoing shift leadership to plant operations and warehousing hourly employees to insure employee safety, quality and delivery performance for the plant
·Provide creative leadership in improving operating efficiencies
·Provide counseling, leadership and direction to the hourly employees on production/warehousing issues
·Interview and select new warehouse employees
·Provide direction daily on shipping and receiving schedules, unscheduled down times and the efficient utilization of manpower
·Enforce plant rules, monitor attendance and provide corrective action (discipline) as necessary

This position requires a minimum 3 to 5 years’ experience in a related position in , with a preferred background in packaging manufacturing. The position requires

progressive knowledge  in Warehouse Operations, Lean Manufacturing techniques, and experience in SAP/R3.

Results orientation
Flexibility with people and operational assets
Problem Solving
Coaching and teaching skills
Possess a value-added attitude
Team Player
Computer Literate (with experience in a ERP system – Oracle, SAP, etc)

Please apply online

If you are unable to complete the online resume submission process or navigate the Career Page due to a disability, please contact Human Resources at 770-645-4900. Bway will assist you with the resume submission process for a current open position.

Christmas Parade – Hollywood, CA

Who: Men and Women Warriors with a Disabled Rating
What: Hollywood Christmas Parade with DAV float
When: 1 Dec 13 
Where: meeting place TBD

Why:  To connect our disabled Warriors to their benefits, recourses and Organizations like the Disabled American Veteran (DAV) that supports our Veterans 

How: Be ready to confirm your participation to march approximately 2.5- 3 miles with fellow DAV Veterans behind the float and be willing to potentially be seen on camera during the parade. Be in uniform to represent your branch of service. Be ready to consider joining the DAV to receive your benefits at a later date. Also be ready to meet DAV leaders and celebrities. 

NOTE: Further details to follow. Please gather first and last names of fifteen military members  Active Duty, Retired or Veterans.   
The DAV members are Disabled American Veterans with ratings or pending ratings.  

Interested candidates please contact fddwdc@gmail.com ASAP

"Handing the microphone to our silent minority" F. Dozier, SFC

This Weekend

Hi everyone--

We have just two weekends left to put together our greatest effort yet in brightening the spirits of our brave troops over the Christmas season.   Think for a moment about what your emotions might be like if you were deployed at this time of year.   We can actually make a difference by letting the troops know that they are loved, appreciated and that we are praying for them!

PLEASE don't let yourselves be left out of the campaign.   Here are ways in which you can still contribute:
1.   Please continue to pray for our troops and their families.
2.   Please take a look at the attached schedule and join us at the booth in the courtyard.  We need more help, and it's a lot of fun!
3.   Please join us on Dec. 4 at the packing party.  So many have said they are coming, but so few have emailed me to confirm.
4.   Bring a box or loose product of the kinds of things the troops cherish.  The flier with the list is attached.
5.   Write a check to assist with postage costs.   Make it out to "Bayside" and write "military" on the line in the lower left corner.

Thanks and blessings to all,

Greg Van Dusen
Van Dusen Strategies

Joint Sitting Volleyball Tournament

As part of Warrior Care Month, the Office of Warrior Care Policy, Office Secretary of Defense, presents the third annual joint wounded Service members and Veterans sitting volleyball tournament. The tournament consists of teams from the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Special Operations Command, and Veterans Affairs. Live from the the Pentagon Athletic Center Feed begins at 1000 EST

You can watch the games in real time at http://www.dvidshub.net/webcast/3562 starting at 10:00 AM EST.
The Joint Sitting Volleyball Tournament is one of several events held around the country in support of Warrior Care Month. Visit http://www.WTC.army.mil/about_us/warrior_care_month_2013.html for more information.

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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Wickenhauser Excavating, Inc

Wickenhauser Excavating, Inc

Wickenhauser Excavating, Inc., a Small Family owned demolition/excavating company in Cologne Minnesota that has been in business for 30 years is looking for a person with a clean driving record and CDL.  

Job duties will be assisting tiling foreman installing farm drain tile, hauling debris to landfills from demolition jobs.  Must like to work outside and get dirty.
Will train.
Benefits included.
Non Union.
Service Area Minneapolis MN (Metro), St Paul MN (Metro)

Contact Anna at email: anna@wickenhauserdemox.com  for more information.

Peer to Peer Support Group Meeting (UNCLASSIFIED)

Horses Healing Heroes

FREE buffet on us for Air Force Families with a Deployed Family Member

RSVP with the Airman & Family Readiness
Center, Los Angeles AFB at 310-653-5538
Nov 23rd, 5 PM
John’s Incredible Pizza
8308 On the Mall, Buena Park, CA 90620

Military Officer Job Fair - Springfield, VA - December 6th

Friday, November 15, 2013

Planned Systems International - Information Assurance Analyst (mid-level)

Planned Systems International - Information Assurance Analyst (mid-level)

Planned Systems International is seeking a Mid-Level Information Assurance Analyst for Maui, HI
JOB CODE: 1750

TITLE: Information Assurance Analyst (mid-level)
DURATION: Full Time/Regular/On-Going 

Planned Systems International, a Government Contractor celebrating 25 years, has an opportunity available for an experienced to join our team in Maui, HI

Essential Functions and Job Responsibilities:
The candidate’s core responsibilities will include, but not to be limited to:
•Supporting all phases of security engineering and security infrastructure.
•Participating in formal certification, test, and evaluation activities.
•Assessing current system requirements and assisting in the development of system specifications.
•Validating security configurations.
•Identifying vulnerabilities and exploits.
•Making recommendations to address deficiencies in specific areas.
•Developing and maintaining Certification and Accreditation documentations (SSP, Security CONOP, Security Architecture, Privileged Users Guide, etc).
•Participating in the design, development, and implementation of software and hardware systems and subsystems.
•Developing system documentation and integration of COTS and GOTS.
Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Engineering or a related field. An equivalent combination of education and relevant experience may be considered.
•4-7 years security engineering, architecture, design development, or ISSO experience.
•Familiarity with DCIC 6/3 security requirements and DIACAP process.
•Experience in Information Assurance in the DoD arena. Specifically Certification and Accreditation(C&A) of IT systems based on the DIACAP.
•Must be knowledgeable in the following areas:
o             Privacy Act and HIPAA
o             IA policies, procedures and regulations such as DOD IA Directives 8500.1 and 8500.2 as well as DOD 8510.2.
•Excellent analytical skills.
•Possess technical leadership, interpersonal, and presentation skills.
•Must be able to multi-task and be self-sufficient in the MS Office Suite.
•Must have good oral and written communication skills.
•Ability to travel within the U.S.
•U.S. Citizenship required as well as ability to obtain an ADPII government background investigation.

Additional Desired Qualifications:
•Healthcare IT experience.
•Military Healthcare knowledge.
•Previous Learning Management experience a plus.

Please apply online


Planned Systems International - Senior Systems Engineer

Planned Systems International - Senior Systems Engineer

Planned Systems International is seeking Senior Systems Engineer for Maui, HI
JOB CODE: 1749
TITLE: Sr. Systems Engineer
DURATION: Full Time/Regular/On-Going 

Planned Systems International, a Government contractor with over 25+ years of experience, is pursuing a major opportunity and seeking an experienced Senior Systems Engineer to join our team in Maui, HI.

Essential Functions and Job Responsibilities:
The selected candidate will define, coordinate, and develop requirements and concepts of operation documentations. ).  The overall project is for the team to evaluate the more than 30 Military Health Systems LMS’s and take the best parts to create a recommended prototype going forward.  Knowing some of these systems would be great as is understanding LMS’s.  The engineer should also be well rounded with technologies and able to deploy web-based enterprise systems.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
•Applying engineering principles for Learning Management System prototype development including: investigating, analyzing, planning, designing, developing, implementing, and testing.
•Reviewing and preparing engineering and technical analyses, reports, change proposals, and other technical documentation.
•Applying engineering experience to perform functions such as system integration, configuration management, quality assurance testing, or acquisition and resource management.
•Analyzing legacy LMS applications.
•Performing design and architectural activities.
•Assisting in analysis, deployment, and testing.
•Providing recommendations for design specifications and implementation plans.
•Providing project planning/management.
•Participating in project or program team activities.
•Identifying hardware and tools required for development process.
•Researching and recommending existing and new technologies.
•Preparing reports and presentations.
•Developing appropriate metrics to demonstrate performance at improving operational efficiency.

Minimum Requirements:
•BS in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related discipline and 5+ years of relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education, certifications, and experience.
•Detailed knowledge of technologies and systems support (i.e. configuration, tool development, troubleshooting etc.) required by Learning Management Systems (LMS).
•Experience with server hardware management.
•Experience deploying web-based enterprise applications.
•Excellent written and oral communication.
•Experience working in a team environment.
•Good interpersonal skills and the ability work with a minimum of supervision.
•Proficiency with Microsoft Office products.
•U.S. Citizenship and the ability to quickly obtain an ADP II government background investigation

Additional Desired Qualifications:
•LMS experience strongly preferred.

Please apply online

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

International Medical Careers with CHSi. Trusted and Independent Workforce Health Management

Founded in 1975, CHSi. Trusted and Independent Workforce Health Management, is the industry’s trusted provider of onsite health centers and national examination programs. Major corporations and government agencies look to CHSi. Trusted and Independent Workforce Health Management, for workforce health and productivity management solutions that help maintain a healthier, more stable and productive workforce. CHS’ solutions maximize employer’s health care investment and integrate seamlessly with their existing benefits strategies.

Current Open Positions:
•Administrative Assistant (1159-120)  Other, , Iraq
•Behavioral Health Specialist (780-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Biomedical Equipment Technician (593-120) Other, , Iraq
•Clinical Orthotist-Prosthetist (1843-120) Libya, , Libya
•Dental Assistant (585-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Director, Public Health (US) (1473-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (EMTP) (587-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Foreign National Paramedic (2004-120) Hirat, Kabul, Kunduz, , Afghanistan
•General Surgeon (588-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Information Technologist (639-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Medical Laboratory Technician (592-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Medical Technologist (594-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Nurse Anesthetist (IRAQ) (584-120) United States - Intl Posting, , United States
•Nurse Practitioner (595-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•OR Scrub Tech (1894-120) Various, , Iraq
•Pharmacist (1439-120) Other, , Iraq
•Pharmacy Specialist (714-120) United States (Deployed), , United States
•Physical Therapist (1845-120) Various, , Libya
•Physician - Emergency, Family or Internal Medicine (575-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Physician Assistant (574-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Public Health Tech (1294-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Radiologic Technician (578-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Radiologist (681-120) United States (Deployed), , United States
•Registered Nurse - Medical/Surgical (581-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Registered Nurse - Operating Room (656-120) Iraq, , Iraq
•Rig/Clinic Paramedic (2043-120) Al Qaim, , Iraq
•Rig/Clinic Physician (2044-120) Al Qaim, , Iraq
•Senior Orthotist-Prosthetist (1844-120) Various, , Libya

For more information on other opportunities available with CHS, please click here:

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Careers at Sims Metal Management

Sims Metal Management’s North American Division is located in 19 U.S. states and employs more than 3,000 of the best and brightest men and women in the industry. The company has a vast network of Sims Metal Management and Joint Venture facilities – 120 across the United States, British Columbia and Baja, Mexico – that enables Sims Metal Management to offer convenient options for both suppliers and customers.

Career Updates 11/13/13
CA – Richmond – Junior Accountant
CA – San Francisco – Admin Assistant/Scale Operator
CA – San Jose – Commercial Buyer
CA – San Jose – Division Manager
CT – North Haven - Mechanic
IL - Chicago – Office Clerical
IL – Chicago – Senior internal Auditor
MI – Detroit - Maintenance Mechanic
MS – Greenville – Shredder Supervisor
NC – Princeville – Heavy Equipment Operator
NJ – Jersey City - Environmental & Safety Director
NJ – Jersey City - Export Documentation Expert
NY – Ferndale – Equipment Operator
NY – E. Middletown – Equipment Operator
PA – Morrisville – Driver
PA – Morrisville - Laborer
PA – Morrisville – Mechanic
UT – Salt lake City – Commercial Buyer/Accountant
RI – Providence - Business Partner
VA – Chesapeake – Heavy Equipment Mechanic
VA – Chesapeake – Laborer Sorter
VA – Chesapeake – Maintenance Mechanic

Positions change daily; please view all current openings on our website. We do like candidates to apply online @ http://us.simsmm.com/Careers/Opportunities-with-Sims or call 212-604-0710

Career Development
Sims Metal Management considers the lifelong learning process a critical element of our corporate culture. We offer training to continue career growth and develop the next generation of leaders within the organization.

Sims Metal Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer
We do not discriminate in employment on the bases of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, religion, citizenship or veteran status and any other category covered by law.

Careers at BWAY

BWAY is a market leader in the manufacturing of rigid metal and plastic containers in the general line packaging industry. Our metal manufacturing facilities produce paint cans, steel pails, aerosol cans, F-style containers, monotop cans, pour top cans, oil cans and ammunition boxes. Our plastic manufacturing facilities make hybrid paint cans, pails, drums and tight head containers.

BWAY offers exciting job opportunities, competitive compensation and attractive benefits packages. Professional growth and development are encouraged through ongoing employee training and advancement opportunities. A variety of salaried, hourly and part-time positions are required to operate our corporate and administrative operations and manufacturing facilities across North America.

BWAY is an equal opportunity employer. We consider all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability or other legally protected status.

Career Updates 11/13/13
Accounting and Finance Regional Controller - North Brunswick, NJ US
Operations – Industrial maintenance Technician – Bryan TX US
Operations  - Process Technician  - Bryan, TX US
Operation -  Maintenance Technicians - Leominster, MA US
Operations - Quality Technician - Leominster, MA US
Operations – Plant Maintenance Manager – Trenton, NJ US
Operations – Litho Supervisor – Homerville, GA
Operations -  Logistics Manager – Chicago, IL US
Operations - Production Supervisor - Newnan, GA US
Operations - Maintenance Technician – Elk Grove Village, IL US
Operations – Maintenance Manager – Cedar City, UT US
Operations – Production Supervisor – Trenton, NJ US
Operations – Production Supervisor – Cincinnati, OH US
Operations – Master Planner - Cincinnati, OH US
Operations -  Electrical Maintenance Technician -Indianapolis IN US

Please view our website for full job descriptions and to apply online @ https://bwaycorp.tms.hrdepartment.com/cgi-bin/a/alljobs.cgi

If you are unable to complete the online resume submission process or navigate the Career Page due to a disability, please contact Human Resources 770-645-4900. Bway will assist you with the resume submission process for a current open position.

West Corporation Career Events

There is no better place to build a career than at West Corporation. With thousands of employees located throughout North America, Europe and Asia, the career opportunities are endless. And, as a leading provider of outsourced communications solutions, opportunities exist in most career fields.

Please come and join us at one of our Career Events listed below and meet face to face with a hiring agent to find more information on the career opportunities we can offer you at West!

Please visit our site daily updates on West career events across the USA and Internationally at

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Always Best Care Senior Services – Franchise Opportunities

Always Best Care Senior Services – Franchise Opportunities

You've chosen to explore franchise opportunities with Always Best Care Senior Services - one of the fastest growing Senior Care franchise systems in the United States.

We invite you to learn about the booming market for senior care and how Always Best Care meets the needs of seniors every day. With a proven track record since 1996, Always Best Care is one of the most sought after franchises in the fastest growing, recession-proof market in America.
It’s a fact:  10,000 people turn 65 in the USA every day!

Who We Are
Since 1996, Always Best Care has been providing non-medical in-home care and assisted living finder services. We're now adding skilled home health care in select markets. We began franchising in 2007, and now have more than 180 franchised territories across the United States.
We’re looking forward to learning about you as you learn about us. We want you to be sure that Always Best Care is right for you – and we want to be sure that you’re right for Always Best Care, too. Our discovery process will answer those questions for you and for us. We promise to provide you with the process leadership to enable you to make the right decision, at the right time, and for the right reasons.

So – let’s get started!

The Continuum of Care
The need and desire to age in place is a primary driver of the senior care industry.  Always Best Care takes it even further by providing a "continuum of care.”  Unlike most other senior care companies who offer only a single service, Always Best Care provides everything from a simple daily telephone reassurance program to compassionate in-home care, to more comprehensive skilled home health care (in select markets) and assistance in exploring and finding the right senior living options.  Our continuum of care means Always Best Care franchisees have a series of revenue streams that all flow from the same referral sources.

As an Always Best Care small business franchise, you’ll not only have an opportunity to build a business, but your business will be changing people’s lives for the better. The satisfaction our franchisees derive from making a difference in people’s lives is probably the single most driving factor in their selection of Always Best Care to be their business partner.

National Strength. Local Service.

Always Best Care combines national strength and standards with local accessibility and personal service. Our franchisees are leading the way in meeting the needs of individuals and families in cities and towns throughout the country.

We invite you to learn more about the business opportunities at Always Best Care, our history, systems, culture, programs and support.  In every way, we strive to exceed your expectations … always.  We provide a combination of local and national support that’s unmatched in the senior care industry.  Look through our website to learn about what we do and how we support our franchisees.  Then give us a call.  We’ll do our best to answer all your questions, and to give you a thorough understanding of what it means to be a business owner with Always Best Care.

Please contact an Area Representative to find out more information on owning an Always Best Care Franchise, we would like to assist our veterans in this program through our partnership with VetFran.

Always Best Care - TN, KY, Evansville, IN and Huntsville, AL
Will Ortale
Territories Available in:
Bristol, TN
Chattanooga, TN
Clarksville, TN
Cookeville, TN
Crossville, TN
Jackson, TN
Johnson City, TN
Kingsport, TN
Memphis, TN
Bowling Green, KY
Erlanger, KY
Owensboro, KY
Paducah, KY
Evansville, IN
Huntsville, AL

Always Best Care – Florida West
Mark A. Lembo
Territories Available in:
St Petersburg/Clearwater (5 territories)
Tampa Bay (5)
Ocala (2)
Lakeland (2)
Winter Haven

Always Best Care Louisiana
Stan Stolzenthaler
Territories available: the whole State of Louisiana, except the Monroe area
Always Best Care Senior Services
David or Cathy Einhorn
David - deinhorn@ABC-seniors.com
Cathy - ceinhorn@ABC-seniors.com
David 561-247-0220
Cathy 561-247-0221
Territories Available:
East coast: Jacksonville Beaches to Ft Pierce (5 territories)
Central Florida / Orlando Metro (9)
West Coast: Bradenton to Naples (7)

Always Best Care North Georgia
Ben Selman
Territories Available:
North Georgia - Including Columbus, Macon/Warner Robbins and north to the state line

Always Best Care  North Carolina, South Carolina
Bob Baretto
Territories Available:
South Carolina - Chester County and Fairfield County
North Carolina - West Charlotte/Gastonia, Concord/Kannapolis area, Rutherford County and Cleveland County

Always Best Care North Carolina
Patty Bergey
919-636-1360 cell
919-960-2883 office
Territories available:
New Bern
Southern Pines
Lumberton/Cape Fear
Winston Salem (3)
Elizabeth City
Rocky Mount
North Wilksboro/Statesville

Always Best Care Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC
Chris Ziegler
Office: 804 915 6610
Mobile: 804 516 2529
Territories Available:
Newport News, VA
Williamsburg, VA
Charlottesville, VA
Waynesboro/Staunton/Harrisonburg, VA
Roanoke, VA
Blacksburg/Christiansburg, VA
Lynchburg, VA
Manassas, VA
Alexandria, VA
Washington DC
Southeast, Washington DC
Northeast, Washington DC
Bethesda/Potomac, MD
Rockville, MD
Silver Spring, MD
Columbia, MD
Glen Burnie, MD
Bowie, MD
Annapolis, MD
Eastern Shore, MD
Baltimore, MD
Towson, MD
Frederick, MD
Hagerstown, MD

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Correctional Healthcare Companies - $10,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!!!!

Correctional Healthcare Companies - $10,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!!!!

$10,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!!!!

Correctional Nursing…. Our Specialty is Everything!!

At Correctional Healthcare Companies we are always excited when we get the opportunity to tell other health professionals about the incredible job opportunities available in the field of correctional healthcare. Correctional healthcare is an all-encompassing area of medicine that allows for the occupational satisfaction of even the most demanding healthcare provider. We are managed by physicians who boast a broad range of backgrounds in comprehensive healthcare management and patient care. If the job satisfaction from working in correctional healthcare alone is not enough, we offer highly competitive pay and benefit program. In addition, we are currently offering a…

$10,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!!!!

We have opportunities at our Pecos, TX facilities, (Reeves I&II and Reeves III) for Full-time, Part-time & PRN Schedules!

Work as an RN, LVN, Patient Care Assistant
EMT, or Certified Medical Assistant

Must pass a Federal Background check including: Employment, Criminal, Credit Check.& Drug Test

This Bonus is a Limited time Offer!
Please apply by December 1, 2013 to qualify!

Paid $2000 after 30 days, $1500 after 6 months, $1500 after 12 months, $5000 after 18 months
After an 18 month commitment to our Reeves Facilities, you will be eligible to apply for and transfer to one of hundreds of sites throughout the U.S. as positions are available.

APPLY on-line, visit: www.correctioncare.com  and click on the Careers link, or please contact a member of our recruitment team: Timothy Marquez @ 432-466-4894 or Dana Quintero @ 432-755-9060.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Testimonial 11/11/13

A message has been sent to the following listing:

From: mark v

Message content:
I am interested in this program and was sent to this web page from Veterans Administration

I Fought For You

(Available at www.sermonspice.com) A moving, patriotic tribute to our military, past and present. Thank you for your service! This video was produced by "The Sound Tank". For more info:

Remembering Our Fallen (National Veterans Memorial)

This Video is to honor those who lost their lives defending our country visit http://www.nationalveteransmemorial.org

Vietnam War (remembering) Presented by the National Veterans Memorial

This is a tribute to all those who served our country during the Vietnam War the National Veterans Memorial is working to honor all that have served and are serving today Note: to the general public help us in remembering http://www.nationalveteransmemorial.org


Franklin a Short Story of one of our Veteran's (National Veterans Memorial)

This is a short story of a veteran this could be anyone that has served this country. Visit http://www.nationalveteransmemorial.org and honor your veteran by having their name placed at the memorial. We also want to thank those who made this film for allowing us to show it.


National Wreath Project 2013 - Please help!

Subject: National Wreath Project 2013 - Please help!
 Dear Friends,

Last year the SGT. MAC FOUNDATION and the NATIONAL WREATH PROJECT placed 7,000 wreaths on graves at Quantico and Gettysburg  National Cemeteries. This year we have committed to placing 8,000 Wreaths between the two Cemeteries. We are committed to placing 6,400 Wreaths at Quantico National Cemetery, where Sergeant Eric McColley is interred.  We have also again committed to placing  over 1,600  wreaths on every headstone in the  Gettysburg National Cemetery (also known as Soldiers National Cemetery). This will enable us to place a wreath on EVERY headstone in the original section of the Cemetery at Gettysburg. We would  To accomplish this project, we need to raise just approximately $ 64,000.00.
We would sincerely appreciate any assistance that you could provide in funding this endeavor. The wreaths and bows cost $ 8.00 each and are provided at cost by GIANT FOOD of Carlisle, PA. Transportation of the wreaths from Gettysburg to Quantico, VA is provided generously by ABF FREIGHT SYSTEMS. Everything else is provided by volunteers. 100% of every dollar donated will go to the purchase of wreaths.

You are invited to visit the Sgt. Mac Foundation web site at WWW.SGTMAC.ORG for details and photos of how THE NATIONAL WREATH PROJECT began as well as photos of last years program.
Please consider assisting us in this most worthy tribute to our Veterans. We are looking for contributions and sponsors by individuals, businesses, Veterans organizations and anyone else interested in helping us to honor our deceased and fallen Veterans. 

You are also invited to join us in person for this program. This year we will meet at the Giant Food Store on Route 30 in Gettysburg, PA at 0800 on Friday December 6th  to tie the bows on the Wreaths. We will then take a break and meet at 1:00 PM at the Gettysburg National Cemetery at the Taneytown Road entrance. After a short ceremony we will place the Wreaths. The following day, Saturday December 7th we will meet at 10:00AM at the Quantico National Cemetery and place the Wreaths there.
Please e-mail or call me if you have any questions or would like to discuss your participation. Thank-you in advance for your consideration and support.

Best regards
Stan Clark
Board of Directors
Sgt. Mac Foundation
If you would like more information – please feel free to call me or go to WWW.SGTMAC.ORG
Please make your tax deductible contribution payable to: "SGT. MAC FOUNDATION" and mail to the address at the bottom of this page. Thank-you very much for your support.

Attn: Stan Clark
915 Fairview Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Military Children's Toy Drive Kick Off November 30th

Friday, November 8, 2013

Testimonial 11/8/13


I was given your name by an associate here in Camp Leatherneck.
I am looking for employment in the greater Richmond VA area.

I have an active Top Secret clearance.

My resume is attached.

Thank you.

Kevin , Operations Research Analyst, CJTF Paladin RC SW Exploitation
Intelligence Fusion Cell mail to:
Camp Leatherneck/Yurista, AFG
FPO AE 09372

V1 Analytical Solutions (V1)

V1 Analytical Solutions (V1), Arlington, VA - has a number of positions available in support of advanced systems engineering efforts for a national intelligence agency in the Washington, DC area.  

Positions include, Senior, Mid and Junior Level Audio Systems Engineers (acoustic engineering, audio compression, speech processing);
Visual Systems Engineers (IR and UV spectrum);
Wireless Systems Engineers;
Telecommunication Systems Engineers (digital switch technologies);
LBS Systems Engineers (GPS technology);
Data Transport Systems Engineers;
Network Systems Engineers;
General Systems Engineers;
Radio Frequency Subject Matter Experts (SMEs);
Satellite Communication SMEs; Antenna SMEs, Configuration Manager, Systems Integrators and Technical Editors. 

All positions require current / active Full Scope Polygraph (FSP).  This is a firm requirement.  Candidates must already have current FSP.  

All positions require relevant technical degrees, with advanced degrees strongly preferred.  Work will be in the Washington, DC area, with some travel in CONUS and overseas. 

Compensation and benefits will be highly attractive for the right candidates.

Candidates who meet all the requirements above and are interested in cutting-edge technology work in support of national security should send resumes to V1 at intel@v1analytical.com.

For more information on V1, please see our website at www.v1analytical.com.