Hello job seekers. We are approaching the end of April. For some of you landscapers, April is the growing season and May is when the real work starts. April showers bring May flowers? :-) Anyways, here is the link to this week's North Coast Hot Jobs listing, http://www.scribd.com/doc/220571313/North-Coast-Hot-Jobs-Apr-28-2014
The Post Office continues to post job openings. They have two this week. As I have stated before, they have an issue with the second part of their application process here. They want you to go to the I-5 corridor to take an exam. This exam takes about 4 - 6 hours. It is a group exam with separate components. Yes, I have taken this exam before. Between 7 to 10 years ago, the Post Office had a one-time deal where they had the exam in some large building in Sequim. There was a significant amount of applicants from here taking the test. Anyways, maybe someone should suggest to the Post Office that they do this again. This would supply them with a pool of applicants to draw upon when the need arises to hire someone. The Vern Burton center in Port Angeles could be a good location for this event, mainly because it is a center point between Port Townsend/Port Hadlock areas and the Pacific coast communities. Presently, it might be considered too much of a gamble for someone to spend about $100 bucks or more to go take this exam, possibly lose a day at work for a job that may not pan out.
Veterans Stand Down out at Forks on the 1st of May. Transportation is available. Contact WorkSource for more information.
That's all for this week. Have a good one.