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Feb 28, 2020
Title:                              Security Officer, Full-Time Department:                  Building Security                                    Reports Directly To:  Assistant Manager, Security Hours: 3:30pm- 11:30pm, 5 days per week   Position Summary/Description:   Security Officer works within the building security team to provide a safe environment to all those within our facilities.  The purpose of this position is to observe, report and respond to any conditions which affect the safety and/or security of the Xcel Energy Center, 317 On Rice Park and the RiverCentre Complex.    Responsibilities/Essential Functions Perform timely and accurate security/safety patrols throughout the campus Secure and unsecure doors as assigned Gather and report any information about unusual events that occur on campus Monitor and operate security equipment; providing clear, effective and friendly direction Effectively search bags and personal belongs Perform various guest service activities including, but not limited to welcoming guests to the facility, providing directions or assisting with lost persons Complete and record vehicle entry into loading dock Attentively monitor and operate security cameras and communication systems Knowledge and ability to act on building alarm systems and response protocols Ability to perform dock marshal duties Observe and respond to incidents and report incidents/conditions to the appropriate management staff and/or St. Paul Police/Fire Departments. Verbal removal of unwanted guests within the facility  Freight management – monitor and track deliveries, lift, push, and pull freight to move and deliver it when needed.  Respond to requests for assistance from employees and guests  As requested, provide personal escorts to and from locations within the campus facilities Other duties as assigned.   Position Requirements Formal Education & Certification High School Diploma and/or Equivalent Must be 18 years’ old CPR/AED Certified or willing to become within 6 months of employment  Proficient Computer Skills  Previous experience in security-related field, experience in uniformed contract Security Company, military or law enforcement preferred.   Knowledge & Experience Proven reliability, dependability and flexibility Strong customer service skills Ability to communicate effectively with clients and other department personnel and management Strong attention to details Ability to remain calm and effective in challenging situations; ability to accept direction Able to work with minimal supervision  Previous experience monitoring video surveillance preferred    Work Conditions Ability and flexibility to work day, evening, overnight hours and holidays Must be able to pass a background check Lifting requirements – must be able to lift a minimum of 20 pounds and occasionally up to 50 pounds. Physical requirements include sitting, walking, standing, bending, squatting, climbing stairs, kneeling, twisting, lifting, grasping, etc.   Benefits Comprehensive health benefits to fit your needs 401(k) matching On the job training Free parking or bus pass Volunteer opportunities On-site fitness center    As an officially designated Yellow Ribbon Company, we are committed to serving those who have served our country, we encourage service members and veterans to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 
SportsJobFinder Saint Paul, MN, USA Full time
Feb 28, 2020
Job Title:                                          Ticket Sales Representative Department:                                  Ticket Sales & Services Reporting:                                       Manager of Ticket Sales                                  Job Summary Under the direction of the Manager of Ticket Sales, the Ticket Sales Representative responsibilities include selling and servicing new accounts, create new ideas to increase ticket sales and perform basic office functions as needed. Tasks and Responsibilities: Sell Tucson Roadrunners products including season tickets, partial/mini plan packages, and group tickets. Build relationships to provide repeat business and excellent customer service. Proactively create opportunities for new business with existing customers. Make a minimum of 60 cold calls from provided lists to area companies to sell season, group and partial plan ticket packages. Call past customers and cold call new sales leads to generate sales. Handle incoming sales calls from sales prospects for all ticket products. Conduct in-arena appointments and tours of the Tucson Arena. Meet or exceed assigned sales goals for all ticket products. Maintain and complete accurate records of all ticket product customers. Work games to support ticket sales promotional initiatives. Required Knowledge/Skills/Job Qualifications: Knowledge, Skill and Ability Excellent communication skills, both written and oral Manage multiple relationships well Detail oriented and organized Aggressive, competitive and committed Highly motivated with a desire to be successful Effective time management skills Education and Formal Training: College degree required. Experience: Prior telemarketing and/or sales experience is preferred but not required. Material and Equipment Used : Daily use of Ticketmaster and Archtics software as well as Excel and Microsoft CRM   We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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A curriculum vitae is the chief way to sell yourself on paper.  Success depends on how far it meets the criteria, background and bias of the person reading it. Follow these tips to equip yourself with the best Curriculum vitae Read Read the job advert and specification thoroughly – it’s important to know exactly what it is they are looking for Read any company literature or publicity material associated with the role Refer to the website of the original job advertisement Read your current Curriculum vitae. Are you happy with it? Does it fully reflect you as a person and the skills you have to offer? Read any professional journals, newspapers or current articles related to your field and the position you are going for. Consider what employers are looking for within that field Use any resources you can find about Curriculum vitae advice. You might find ideas from others you hadn’t considered Think Ask yourself ‘How employable am I? Think about the range of skills and competencies that are required – then consider how you can tailor your experience and skills to meet those requirements Think about your current skills portfolio – are there ways to increase your chances of success? Are there any new qualifications/standards that will enhance your skillsets? Are there any new developments which would require different skills and attributes Think about the type of language that is used in the literature. What does it tell you about the company/type of person they are looking for? Think about the range of skills and the evidence you have to support them Just how employable are you? Act Write a clear list of your skills, qualities and experience that are essential for the position – can you back them up with evidence? – create a skills portfolio Refer to your skills portfolio – is the language the same? Is it positive and active? Do you need to update the way in which you describe yourself and your experiences/skills? Perform a thorough review of your current Curriculum vitae against your skills and those required by the position. Also, seek feedback on your current Curriculum vitae from colleagues, specialists and career experts Again refer back to your current CV with this in mind. Also, try to identify anyone who works in a similar role/organisation and contact them to discuss the job opportunity (plan what you need to know before contacting them) Ask other people for copies of their current CV. The more examples you have the better. However remember this is going to be your personal CV – make sure it is a reflection of you. Remember also that you can learn from examples of ‘how not to do it’ as well Start to prioritise these skills. Identify what categories they fall into. Are there any gaps that you need to work on? The seven deadly Curriculum Vitae sins Pauline Quinn, Careers Consultant, University of Gloucestershire explains the biggest  Curriculum Vitae mistakes. Beware! Having the words ‘curriculum vitae’ at the top of your CV.  It is obvious that your document is a CV and putting a heading on it would be like sending a letter to your bank with the words ‘letter to my bank’ across the top. A photo .Employers don’t want to be open to charges that they have treated one applicant less fairly than another because of their appearance.  If they want to verify your identity, they will ask you to bring photo I.D. to an interview. An unprofessional email address. Ask yourself are you going to make a good first impression with something like ‘’ As one recruiter recently commented: “to me it is like showing up for an interview in shorts and a t-Shirt.” A third page. They won’t read that far. Your date of birth/ marital status. These factors have nothing to do with your ability to do the job. Your nationality – unless you are using the CV in a country where this would be an issue due to work permits/visas. Poor spelling, bad grammar or a font size less than 11. Just don’t!
If you’re on the hunt for a new job, we can assume one of two things. Either you don’t like where you are now and you’re looking for a way out. Or you’re okay with your job, but you’re yearning for something more fulfilling. Regardless of your reasons, you’re spending countless hours online searching for the next best thing in your career. During your search, you may hesitate to apply for roles that spark your interest because you’re not sure if you qualify. You start asking yourself questions like, “Do I have enough experience? Do I have the  right  experience? Should I apply even though I’m lacking in key areas?” When these moments occur, try using these 3 simple pre-qualifying steps to make this judgment call. This process will set the groundwork for how you navigate and approach new and intimidating job opportunities. 1. 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