Friday, July 27, 2012

We Are Still Hiring! Apply Today. Interview Tomorrow.

Get Ready to attend the Bloomfield Job Fair on July 31, 2012!
Several companies will be accepting resumes and interviewing top candidates:
Note: This information will update constantly. 

  • Die Maintenance Technician
  • Tool Maker
  • Machinist
  • Progressive Metal Stamping Press Setup Tech
  • Financial Advisers/Planners

  • Insurance Sales (willing to train)
  • Sales Agents
  • Sales Manager/Recruiter
  • Professional Insurance Agents/Producers
  • Information Technology
  • Advance IT Positions
  • Pest Control Technician 
  • Commercial Sales Representative
  • Field Applications Engineer - Bearings
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Field Applications Engineer - Motors 
  • Retail Merchandisers
  • Loan Service Representative (LSR)
  • Programmer Analyst
  • Repurchase Mitigation Analyst
  • Loan Officer      
  • Underwriter II
  • Closer
  • Processor
  • Senior Underwriter
  • Wholesale Account Executive
  • Direct Care
  • Case Manager/RN
  • Physical Therapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Residential Program Manager
  • Case Manager/Mental Health   

  • Technical Product Problem Analyst- Digital Imaging
  •  French Bilingual Customer Service Representative
  •  Technical Business Analyst
  • Feed Lease Corp.
  • Store Management
  • OnStar Customer Service Represenrative
  •  Advance IT Positions
  • Engineers

  • Insurance Sales Professional
  • Collections Representative
  • Recruit New Students  
  • Get CNA, HHA and PCT Certifications in 5 months!!!!

  • Equipment Surveyor

  • Recruit New Students
  • Experienced Recruiters 
  • Surface Grinder
  • Centerless Grinders
  • Tool GrindersEngineers 

  • Field Sales Representatives
  • Sales Professionals 
  • Outbound Call Representative
  • Buyer
  • Outbound Call Center Representative
  • Sales/Customer Service
  • Copywriter/Marketing Lead
  • .NET Developer
  • Advance IT Positions 
  • Sales Representative
  • Receptionist/Administrative Assistant
  • Regional Director/Vice President, Operations
  •  Call Center Community Care Coordinator
  •  Patient Records Auditor
  •  Assistant State Manager
  •  Data Entry Clerk 
Prominent Design, LLC.
  • Machine Tool Electrician,Builder
  • Pipfitters 
  • PLC Programmers

  • Entry Level Customer Service Representative
Fox Run
  • Senior Healthcare Positions
  • Nursing
  • Rehabilitation
  • Nurse Management 
  • Apply at Job Fair 
 Many other great companies will be ready to interview and hire great candidates.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Job Fair Tips For Job Seekers,Get Hired Fast

Tip #1: Do smile. Recruiters prefer to meet friendly job seekers.

Tip #2: Do dress appropriately. Never wear jeans, sandals or gym shoes to a job fair. First impression is the best impression. Dressing down at a job fair shows the employer that you don’t care. For ladies avoid wearing low-cut shirts and high-cut skirts and men always wear a neck tie.

Tip #3: Do cover tattoos. Hide any neck or arm tattoos many employers do not embrace this fashion trend and may not consider you for employment.

Tip #4: Do have a single page resume. You only have three minutes to grab the attention of the recruiter shorten your resume to highlight skills and talent.

Tip #5: Do talk with every recruiter. Don’t go by the table signage and determine this company is not what you are looking for. You can miss a valuable opportunity by skipping a recruiter at a job fair. If the job fair has twenty recruiters onsite talk with all of them. Seeking employment is a full-time occupation networking is mandatory. Don’t waste your time coming to a job fair if you plan to skim for recruiters. If you find a company is not hiring for your career-field ask the recruiter “If they know of anyone hiring in your career-field?” This is a simple question that may lead to your next employer.  

Tip #6: Do be the first to engage. On numerous occasions many job seekers walk into a job fair nervous, shy and apprehensive to approach recruiters. Do have a goal in mind to obtain employment. We have notice hundreds of job seekers wander around a job fair lost – get yourself together and start talking with the recruiters. 

Tip #7: Don’t drink or chew gum. Nothing is more disrespectful than a job seeker grazing on food or sipping a beverage. Remain professional at all times.

Tip #8: Do be positive. Recruiters understand that looking for a job is difficult avoid conversations about your personal life or the length of time you have been unemployed. You only have three minutes to make the best impression. 

Tip #9: Do prepare an introduction. During an interview you are not in control of the situation at a job fair you are in control of the recruiters they want to dialogue with you. We suggest you prepare a three minute introduction that should include the following:
  • Introduce yourself by full name with a firm handshake. Maintain eye contact at all times.
  • Mention the career field you are in, avoid job titles.
  • Ask what positions the recruiter has available. Present your resume promptly.
  • Mention five skills, talents or educational achievements that will interest the recruiter.
  • If you do not qualify for any of the positions. Ask if the recruiter can refer you to a company hiring in your career field.
  • Always thank the recruiter before walking away.
By using these simple six steps you will show the recruiter you are confident and self-motivated. 

Tip #10: Do follow-up immediately. Never use the wait and see method you are in competition with hundreds of job seekers be the first to follow-up.  Bring a notebook and pen take the time to write the name, telephone and email address of each recruiter. Never assume they will provide a business card. Follow-up the same day via email – do ask to meet again to discuss the position qualifications. 
Hint: you just set your own interview.  If email is unsuccessful follow-up the next day via telephone. 

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Monday, July 16, 2012

Press Release: Michigan Job Fair July 31, 2012

Attention: Newsroom
Release Date: July 16-31, 2012

Hired In Michigan Career Expo
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Date Event: July 31, 2012 

The “Hired In Michigan” Career Expo sponsored by and Sion Recruitment., scheduled for Tuesday, July 31, 2012, at the Radisson Hotel-Bloomfield Hills is committed to making this one-of–a-kind FREE career expo a success for Michigan job seekers.

Participating employers will hire in the following industries: Engineering, Manufacturing, Sales, Finance, Customer Service, Management, Retail, Information Technology, Machining, Restaurant, Medical and many other great industries.  

The Hired In Michigan career expo is held to promote hiring in Michigan over 40 companies are ready to interview and hire candidates. We guarantee that employers have immediate jobs to fill this is a hiring bonanza for Michigan job seekers, said Caree Eason., Community Outreach Director

July 31, 2012
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Radisson Hotel
39475 Woodward Avenue
Bloomfield Hills, MI 

For more information: Businesses interested in registering for career expo should contact Maria Westwood, Director, at or 734-956-4550.
Additional expo information is available at


Thursday, July 5, 2012

Michigan Job Fair July 31, 2012

Bloomfield Hills Job Fair
Tuesday, July 31, 2012

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m (Morning Fair) 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m (Afternoon Fair)

Radisson Hotel

39475 Woodward Avenue., Bloomfield Hills, Michigan click map


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