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Mrs. JoAnn W. Bouda, M.M.PCC
402.598.7988, 402.397.5883
1215 N 97Th Plz
Omaha, NE
Dr. David Wm. Bouda, Medical Doctor, Oncologist
(402) 598-7909
1215 North 97 Plaza
Omaha, NE
Ms. Sally Elizabeth Waters, MA, CPCC, SPHR
(916) 212-2516
10329 Pinehurst Ave
Omaha, NE
Vickie L Seitner, MSACC
Omaha, NE
Susan Ann KoenigPCC
402.556.0052, 402.344.61132
1266 South 13Th Street
Omaha, NE
Constance L. Johnk, MSWACC
402.398.5550, 402.393.8162
10262 Fieldcrest Dr
Omaha, NE
Mr. Scott D. Anderson
402.341.4807 (211)
6919 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE
Heather Ann Legge, MBA
(402) 690-4946
Po Box 31206
Omaha, NE
Flame SchoederACC
720.489.4850, 312.953.2465
13006 Marinda St.
Omaha, NE
Mrs. Crystal Anzalone
(402) 241-8565
Arbor Family Counseling11605 Arbor Street
Omaha, NE
Relationship Issues, Spirituality, Career Counseling
School: University of Nebraska at Omaha
Year of Graduation: 2010
Years In Practice: < 1 Year
Patient Info
Ethnicity: Any
Gender: Female
Age: Adults
Average Cost
$50 - $70
Payment Methods
Sliding Scale: Yes
Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Accepted Insurance Plans: BlueCross and/or BlueShield

Looking For A Manufactured Housing Job? Punch Up Your Resume!

Looking For A Manufactured Housing Job? Punch Up Your Resume!
Tue 10/31/06 08:20:55 am
Put yourself in front of the pack

There are reportedly 12 million resumes floating around on the Internet. The competition for the better jobs is tough. How do you make it through the maze to get recognition and the interview opportunity rather than have your resume end up on the H/R Director's stack of "things to do someday"?

There are some myths around that go something like this "A good Salesman can sell anything", "A good Manufacturing Manager can do well in any product environment", "A good Engineering Manager can do well regardless of the product line". Don't believe it, particularly if you are seeking a career opportunity with an upward move or a greater chance for advancement.

Let's face it, you and I will be paid based on our past accomplishments and future contribution ability. If you have been five years as a Production Manager of HUD Code Housing and you want to make an industry change to R/V's or some other product line, prepare for a learning curve period that will seriously affect your income and probably require you to start at the bottom and work your way up. By staying with Industry that you have built your equities in you'll be much further ahead monetarily.

Put yourself in front of the "pack' by listing your accomplishments separately. Work history chronologically (by dates) with a title and brief description of duties and product line, detailed listing of accomplishments (verifiable) separately. Make this list as long and detailed as possible.

Some ideas may be:

  • Reduced labor content by innovative scheduling by 2.3%.
  • Reduced scrap loss by closer control systems by 10%.
  • Contributed to Union Contract rewriting saving employer 11% of direct labor.
  • Cut hourly turnover by 33%.
  • Increased market share 16% in first year, 14% second year.
  • Reduced selling price by 3% yet increased bottom line by 66%.
  • Include anything and everything you have accomplished since your entry into the Industry. Be sure to take the verification back up material with you on the interview. Concentrate on your accomplishments. By listing them you put your credentials light years ahead of the competition!   Even though candidates and job opportunities can be found through various resources, there has been no single source available until now.  Recognizing the need within the Manufactured Structures Industry for a nationwide career resource,   was developed.  Industry career seekers can post resumes and search jobs for free.  They attracts the best available candidates through extensive recruiting and advertising programs. Industry employers and recruiters are able to post job listings, and search resumes nationwide.   This new organization is committed to providing an affordable resource to employers and job seekers alike.  Visit thier web site and upload your resume toda...

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