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Lead EPA Maintenance (Dallas, TX)

MUST HAVE LEAD APARTMENT MAINTENANCE EXPERIENCE & EPA CERTIFICATION TO APPLY
Location: FAR NORTH DALLAS

Compensation: $18-$22/hr DOE + benefits

You Have:

Lead technician in troubleshooting, diagnosis, and repair of commercial air conditioning and multi-zone heating and cooling systems that incorporate pneumatic, digital, and central energy management system controls.

Develop heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system modification plans and estimates jobs for remodel activities.

Creates preventive maintenance checklists for new equipment.

Researches and selects materials for systems installation, repair, and maintenance.

Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.

Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Must have good written and verbal communications skills and be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization

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A++ Bilingual Leasing Professional (Houston, TX)

Hire Priority Staffing, Houston’s leader in Apartment Industry Staffing, is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following position: A++ Bilingual Leasing Professional

Job Description: Great Management Company is seeking a charming leasing professional who is motivated, hardworking, and capable of closing deals! Realtor experience is helpful.

Requirements:

Must have apartment industry experience!
Strong customer service skills, professionalism & self-confidence are a MUST.
Bilingual preferred
Need to have professional appearance & demeanor!
Compensation: $12-$15/hr (+ Benefits and Commissions!) DOE

If this is not the right job for you, submit your resume for other open positions by copy and pasting this link in a new window http://www.hirepriority.com/job-search/

Candidates must be able to pass criminal background check, drug test and provide identification and proof of eligibility to work in the U.S.

Key words: Realtor, Real estate, apartment rental, apartment leasing, apartment lease

Please submit resume by email or fax 713-960-9910. Please be available for immediate interview!
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Leasing Professional Position (Austin, TX)

Hire Priority Staffing, leaders in Apartment Industry Staffing, is currently seeking qualified candidates for this leasing position:

What we are looking for: Apartment Leasing Wizard!

We are seeking an Energetic Leasing Professional who is outgoing, motivated, hardworking, and capable of closing deals! Bilingual needed as well!

Compensation: $12-$14/hr (+ Benefits and Commissions!) DOE

Location: Austin and surrounding areas

Requirements: Apartment Leasing experience, strong customer service skills, professionalism & self-confidence are a MUST.

-Need to have professional appearance & demeanor! Leasing experience with software would be helpful! Come join us in the most exciting Industry of all.

MUST:

MUST be able to provide one form of identification and proof of eligibility to work in the US.
MUST be able to complete an application and have an in-person interview

Please be available for immediate interview!
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Finding a Job During the Holidays

 

The holidays are often thought of as one of the most difficult time to look for a job; however, if you manage your time right it could be one of the most productive. Among all the business, holiday parties, and baked goods this time of year there are plenty opportunities to push your job search to the next step!

 

1. Plan Ahead

Despite the temptation to slow down the apartment job search process this time of year, companies must still continue their staffing plans. Just as properties will continue to hire, you must continue to search during this time. Continue to reach out to employers or recruiting agencies and it could pay off immediately or when things pick up again after the season is over.

2. Network at holiday parties

Frequent as many holiday parties as you have time for with the aim of professional networking. With business card in hand, holiday parties for work or friends are an excellent opportunity to make connections. If you are hunting for an apartment job, properties, associations, recruiters, and individuals will all throw holiday parties–each ripe opportunities for networking.

 3. Send small gifts as a follow-up

A small token of thanks goes a long way to those who have helped you along in your job hunt. The spirit of giving that goes hand in hand with the holidays is an excellent opportunity to show you appreciation to people who have helped you and to remind them that you are still looking for a job.

 4. Send Holiday Cards

With relatively little time an effort, holiday cards can be sent to those in your network, whether clients, co-workers, or hiring companies. The recipient could be in need of someone that matches your skill set—and the card is a great way to remind him or her that you are available. Following up in January is also a good idea.

5. Refresh Your Online Image

No matter how busy the holidays, down time can be used to focus on your online personal brand. Making sure your Facebook and LinkedIn are up to date and profession is a great way to give your job search a boost during this time.

 

Make the most of the holidays with these job search tips, and you could end up with something better than a present under the tree at Christmas—you could land the job you’ve had your eye on!

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3 Keys to a Stronger Resume

 

How to Write a Resume That Shows Your Strengths 

 

As an accumulation of your professional experience, your resume deserves to be thoughtfully put together in the most meaningful way possible. Whether you already have a go-to resume or are in the process of writing one, these 3 keys will make your resume stronger than ever:

1. Put the Most Important Information First

Because you reader’s eyes will naturally move from top to bottom of the page, start with your most eye-catching information. For example, if you are a recent grad you may want to showcase your education at the top of your resume. Moving down the page you should continue to highlight the experience that most qualifies you for a job. When applying for an apartment job this could encompass properties you have worked at recently, or if you have worked in a related field. Though time consuming, this may mean altering your resume to make it as relevant as possible for each position you apply for. Keep a description of the job you are applying for on hand, and make sure you demonstrate you qualifications as you craft your resume.

2. Show Don’t Tell

As you detail your work experience in your resume, seek ways to go beyond simply stating your responsibilities. Instead of writing that you “leased successfully” at your last apartment job, include that you “tripled your closing ratio.” Assigning numbers to your achievements or demonstrating how you benefited your previous employer communicates that you are a good candidate infinitely more than simply listing tasks.

 3. Giver Your Resume a Facelift

Looks are important when it comes to your resume—a resume that appears jumbled at first glance could leave a bad first impression, no matter how qualified you are for a position. Streamline your resume in such a way that it is obvious how a reader is meant to interpret it, maintaining consistent formatting and avoiding long-winded paragraphs. Don’t get too overzealous on designing your resume though; adding different fonts, colors, or graphics can also detract from coming across as profession. Most jobs, especially apartment jobs, require candidates to be highly organized, and what better way to communicate this than by the first look at your resume.

Next time you get stuck writing your resume, or if you are currently in the process of doing so, stick to these 3 keys to get your resume noticed. Standing out in a job search is difficult to do, and these tips will ensure your resume sets you up for success.

 

 

 

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