Archive for October, 2010

Jacksonville Jobs Get a Venue

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

Jacksonville jobs are getting advertised through a job fair venue.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art will be the site of a free Opportunity Expo for military veterans and other men and women with military backgrounds on Thursday, November 18. The producer of the event, Cincinnati-based RecruitMilitary, LLC, is inviting personnel who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life, veterans who already have civilian work experience, members of the National Guard and reserves, and their spouses. The job seekers will interview with corporate employers, law-enforcement agencies and other government employers, franchisors, educational institutions, and veterans service organizations. The Expo will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

RecruitMilitary expects more than 25 organizations to attend. Already scheduled are ACS (a Xerox company), Alcoa Indiana, Amazon, Brown Mackie College, DeVry University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Indianapolis Police, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Limestone College, Lincoln College of Technology, Mike

Career Event Helps People Secure Jacksonville Jobs

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

A big career fair is helping veterans find and secure Jacksonville jobs.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art will be the site of a free Opportunity Expo for military veterans and other men and women with military backgrounds on Thursday, November 18. The producer of the event, Cincinnati-based RecruitMilitary, LLC, is inviting personnel who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life, veterans who already have civilian work experience, members of the National Guard and reserves, and their spouses. The job seekers will interview with corporate employers, law-enforcement agencies and other government employers, franchisors, educational institutions, and veterans service organizations. The Expo will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

RecruitMilitary expects more than 25 organizations to attend. Already scheduled are ACS (a Xerox company), Alcoa Indiana, Amazon, Brown Mackie College, DeVry University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Indianapolis Police, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Limestone College, Lincoln College of Technology, Mike

Wymoo on Background Checks and Jacksonville Jobs

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

Wymoo International has sent out a report discussing background checks and Jacksonville jobs.

Wymoo International, a U.S.-based background check and private investigation company, reported today that activity for global background checks at the firm is up sharply compared to 2009 levels.

Cases for international background checks have risen over 25% YTD, and management cites high levels of internet scams and fraud as partly fueling the growth. The increase has also been driven by a global rise in international business and personal relationships, especially those begun via the internet.

Fraud levels continue to rise in both developed and developing nations, and consumers and businesses are increasingly aware of the risk and are seeking ways to minimize it. Online dating, social networking sites, foreign hiring, and international business proposals are especially prone to fraud and scam operations. The risk in international relationships is greater than ever, and more clients are relying on Wymoo

Foundation Financial Group Hiring for Jobs in Jacksonville

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

Foundation Financial Group is currently hiring for jobs in Jacksonville. In addition, it’s spreading some goodwill in the form of charity.

Foundation Financial Group donated 39 computer monitors to The Salvation Army for use in its adult rehabilitation centers. For more than 100 years, The Salvation Army has assisted people with a variety of social and spiritual afflictions through its 119 Adult Rehabilitation Centers based in the United States.

Foundation Financial Group employees worked for months toward reaching their performance goals. Of the employees who reached their goals, each received new computer monitors and in turn, the company donated the used monitors to the Salvation Army. Foundation Financial Group donated 39 total monitors.