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Services for Job Seekers

Your professional success is our top priority. We strive to provide you with the best resources available to succeed. Our professional staff and range of services will give you access to great opportunities with companies across the Pittsburgh area.

Benefits

You’re probably looking for a job that offers more than just a paycheck. We pride ourselves on making any of our jobs attractive for qualified candidates. The following is a full range of benefits you can take advantage of while working with us:

  • ACA-Approved Medical Benefits
  • AP/AR Clerks
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid vacations
  • Weekly payroll
  • Direct deposit
  • Flexible hours
  • Wide range of industries
  • Personal service

Resume Writing Techniques

A resume is one of the first things employers and recruiters look at when considering new candidates. Most of our clients require potential employees to submit a resume for job consideration. What can you do to help ensure your resume makes a good first impression? Here are some of the most undisputed tips from hiring managers and recruiters:

  • Use a classic font like Times New Roman or Arial – just don’t exceed 12 pt.
  • Limit the length – most resumes shouldn’t exceed one page
  • Keep it brief and focused to the position you’re applying for
  • Showing some creativity with the format is great, but don’t go overboard – many resumes are processed electronically, so highly formatted resumes may not translate
  • An “Objective” section isn’t necessary – but if you’re so inclined, don’t make it too vague. Use very specific language tailored to the position you’re applying for

Interviewing Techniques

After your initial phone screen and face-to-face with one of our recruiters, you may be sent on additional interviews with our clients. Here are some basic interviewing tips that will make you stand out to a hiring manager:

  • Dress professionally and be well groomed
  • Preplan your route so you arrive on time
  • Don’t be more than 15 minutes early
  • Make sure you know who you’re meeting with and then do your homework on them – LinkedIn is a great resource for this
  • Study the company and figure out why you’d be a good fit there – check out their website and social media accounts to better understand company culture
  • Have multiple copies of your resume on hand
  • Always send a thank you note the day after an interview (yes, email is fine)