Work For Warriors

Work for Warriors

helping CA heros get hired

Work For Warriors Sacramento, CA, USA
May 06, 2019
Contractor
Sacramento Office - Veteran Staffing Consultant (VSC) : This is a Temporary Part-Time contract position (20-30 hours per week) for approximately 60 days.   If you are a transitioning service member, veteran or immediate family member, and meet the qualifications listed below, please send your resume to  arne.eastlund@workforwarriors.org     Duties: Create professional relationships with businesses throughout the State of California and advocate for the hiring of veterans and the family members. Secure permission to advertise their vacancies to an established pool of candidates via numerous avenues of social media (FaceBook, Instagram, LinkedIn, targeted email blasts, etc.) Conduct resume reviews and critique Conduct mock job interviews Maintain numerous computer systems while accurately and thoroughly capturing data   Salary: Inquire within; DOE and determined during interview process.   Company Information: Work for Warriors (WFW) is a State and federally funded FREE Job Placement Program in California.  This Program’s mission is to reduce the unemployment/underemployment rate and improve the quality of life for California’s military/veterans, their families and the California Cadet Corps.   Work for Warriors focuses on outreach and quality, both with candidates and our business partners.  We mentor our candidates to put forth the highest quality representation of themselves, on paper and in person, to become the most attractive applicant for their desired position.    Preferred Qualifications : Recruiting/sales experience a plus (not required) Military/Veteran or Gold Star Family Member status Must have the ability to communicate effectively (verbally/written) at all levels Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office products Must be able to navigate comfortably using social media outlets (FaceBook/LinkedIn etc.) Time management and multi-tasking coping skills a must Occasional travel may be required Arne Eastlund