CCPD Jobs of the Week

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Welcome to “Jobs of the Week” brought to you by the Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development.

For a complete list of the current jobs and internships posted on CareerLink, go to http://www.regis.edu/ccpd and click on “CareerLink“. Enter your Regis University student/employee ID number into both the username and password fields.  From the home page of CareerLink, click on “Job/Internship Search”.

Questions?  Email careers@regis.edu or call us at 303-458-3508

Here are just a FEW of the jobs and internships you’ll find on CareerLink right now:

Congressional Internship (unpaid)– Rep. Diana Degette (Job #29116)
Benefit Verification Specialist – ConSova Corp. (Job #29118)
Corporate Accountant – Entercom, Denver (Job #28775)
Programs & Outreach Manager – American Transplant Foundation (Job #29128)
Investor Relations & Corporate Development – Vectrus, Inc. (Job #29102)
Home Health LPN – Gentiva Health Services (Job #29146)
Programs & Communications Coordinator– Colo. Community Health Network (Job #29148)
Inside Sales Manager – Omni Financial -(Job #29147)
Physical Therapist – Columbine Health Systems (Job #27159)
Jr. Account Manager/Consultant – AIM Group (Job #29153)
Network Engineer – Fast Track Communications (Job #28985)
PACE Youth Enrichment Specialist – Boys & Girls Club of Metro Denver (Job #29145)
Energy Efficiency Program Assistant – Energy Outreach Colorado (Job #28987)
Licensed Practical Nurse – Gentiva Health Services (Job #29146)
Spanish Teacher/Tutor – Top Notch Tutoring (Job #6781)
Registered Nurse – Rocky Mountain Crisis Center (Job #29076)
Director of Finance – Keystone Science Center (Job #29085)
Accounting Support Specialist – Boulder Business Advisors (Job #16161)
Software Developer – Educatius International (Job #21058)
Pharmacist – Parkview Medical Center (Job #25748)
Graphic Design Internship (unpaid) – Chinook Fund (Job #25208)

 

 

CareerLink Jobs of the Week

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Welcome to “Jobs of the Week” brought to you by the Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development.

For a complete list of the current jobs and internships posted on CareerLink, go to http://www.regis.edu/ccpd and click on “CareerLink“. Enter your Regis University student/employee ID number into both the username and password fields.  From the home page of CareerLink, click on “Job/Internship Search”.

Questions?  Email careers@regis.edu or call us at 303-458-3508

Here are just a FEW of the jobs and internships you’ll find on CareerLink right now:Jobs of the week (post 6.22)

 

New! CareerLink Jobs of the Week

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If you still haven’t heard about it yet, CareerLink is the online job board from the Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD).  It’s free to all Regis University students, alumni and staff.

Starting today (and every Wednesday) we’ll feature the CCPD CareerLink Jobs of the Week on our Facebook, LinkedIn and Blog pages.

For a complete list of the current jobs and internships posted on CareerLink, go to http://www.regis.edu/ccpd and click on “CareerLink“. Enter your Regis University student/employee ID number into both the username and password fields.  From the home page of CareerLink, click on “Job/Internship Search”.

Questions?  Email careers@regis.edu or call us at 303-458-3508

Here are just a FEW of the jobs and internships you’ll see on CareerLink right now:Jobs of the week 6.15

It’s Raining Cats and Jobs!

Did you know that as a student, alumnus or staff/faculty member of Regis University, you have unlimited access to the CareerLink job bank?  Presently, there are over 600 active job and internship postings in CareerLink.  To log on, go to http://www.regis.edu/ccpd and click on “CareerLink“. Enter your Regis University student/employee ID number into both the username and password fields.  From the home page of CareerLink, click on “Job/Internship Search”.

Here are just a FEW of the jobs you’ll see on CareerLink right now:

  • Tax Examiner (Colorado Department of Revenue)
  • Revenue Agent (IRS)
  • UI/UX Designer (InfoSys)
  • Software Development Engineer (Amazon)
  • Wildlife Film Maker (Oceans Campus)
  • Account Executive (Yelp)
  • Marketing Assistant (MadWire Digital Marketing)
  • Video Shooter and Editor (Prospect Arts)
  • Fundraising Representative (Rocky Mountain PBS)
  • Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist (Brighton School District)
  • Accountant (Arvada Fire Protection District)
  • HIV/STI Prevention Nurse Program Coordinator (Tri-County Health Department)
  • Master’s Instructor (Boettcher Teacher Residency)
  • Social Media Manager (Winter Park Resort)
  • Youth Programs Facilitator (Goodwill Industries of Denver)
  • Asset Specialist (PENSCO Trust)
  • Manager Early Childhood Education (Volunteers of America)
  • Computer Scientist (Hill AFB-SMXG)
  • Post-Doctoral Researchers in Solar Energy Technology (ORAU)
  • Communications Fellow (Colorado Succeeds)
  • Jr. Marketing Analyst (VSolvitt, LLC)
  • Java J2EE Developer on W2 (Dexter Systems, Inc.)
  • Proposal Coordinator (Graebel Companies, Inc.)
  • Programs Coordinator (The Denver Foundation)
  • Police Recruits (City of Lakewood)
  • Various Communications and Software Engineer positions (Avaya, Inc.)
  • Various Entry Level Engineering Positions (United States Navy)
  • FEMA Corps Member (AmeriCorps NCCC)
  • Project Assistant-Healthcare Business Development (University Physicians, Inc.)
  • LPN (VIVAGE Quality Health Partners)
  • Crisis Clinician (Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners)
  • Psychologist (Community Reach Center)
  • Registered Nurse (Pediatrics at Cherry Creek)

Need help accessing CareerLink?  Call the Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development at 303-458-3508, and our staff will be happy to assist you!

What Not to Ask in an Interview

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Job interviews are designed not only for employers to determine if candidates are a good fit for the company/job, but also for candidates to determine if the company/job is a good fit for them. Therefore, preparing several QUALITY questions to ask an employer during the interview is critical. The questions, of course, will vary depending on the company and the job, but here are examples of those you should AVOID:

  1. Don’t ask questions that can be answered by doing simple research.

Examples include questions regarding  the company’s demographics, size, and  financial state.  Asking these types of questions tells the employer you were either too lazy or too unskilled to research them on your own.

  1. Don’t ask questions that challenge the policies of the organization.

Candidates should aim to keep a positive flow throughout the interview, asking questions that will build a sense of relationship with the employer. Questions to avoid are those that challenge the employer such as “Why are there so few men employed here?” or “Does your company put preference on internal hires?” Stick to asking “what” and “how” questions.

  1. Don’t stick to the overly common questions.

The goal of your interview should be to stand out above the others competing for the same job.  In addition to the common questions surrounding training, job location and position responsibilities, include unique and inquisitive questions based on the company’s industry, mission and goals.

  1. Don’t ask questions about compensation/benefits.

Never ask questions regarding salary, health care benefits, vacation time, etc. until you receive an official job offer. Some companies will post this information publicly on their websites, so you if you must know prior to the interview, try researching the information online.

Did you know that the Regis University Center for Career and Professional Development offers appointments for MOCK INTERVIEWS?  Schedule an appointment today and let one of our highly qualified Career Counselors help you prepare for that next big job interview!

Call us today at 303-458-3508 or visit us online at regis.edu/ccpd

  Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2016/04/04/eight-career-experts-explain-what-candidates-should-never-ask-in-an-interview/#6fc15fb8739c