Assistant Director of Banquets - Hilton BayfrontHilton HotelsSan Diego, CAAssist the Director in the administration of all Banquet and Catering operations to include, but not limited to, guest service, food and beverage quality, soliciting new accounts, merchandising and marketing, inventory management and cost controls, systems management, budget and forecasting, department management, adherence to federal, state and local standards and meeting participation and facilitation
Director of Analytics, MintIntuitSan Diego, CAReporting to the Senior Vice President of Data & Analytics, the Director of Analytics, Mint will be responsible for driving the end to end data strategy for Mint, our award winning financial app. Full-time
Associate Director, CMC Project ManagementMirati TherapeuticsLa Jolla, CAYour ResponsibilitiesThe Associate Director, CMC Project Management will manage and support Technical Operations projects covering multiple functional areas, including, but not limited to, Clinical and Commercial Manufacturing, Process Development, Analytical Development and Control, Technology Transfer, Validation, CMC Support of Regulatory Filings, and CMC Alliance Management.
Demand Planning DirectorThermoFisher ScientificOceanside, CAJob DescriptionDivision/Group - BioScienceLocation: Carlsbad, CAJob Title: Director of Demand PlanningReporting to: Sr. Director, Supply Chain Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is the world leader in serving science, with annual revenue exceeding $25 billion.
blog.jobsearcher.comHow to Identify and Communicate Your Greatest StrengthsWhen it comes to acing phone and in-person interviews, preparation is key. While a job seeker never really knows what a recruiter is going to ask, there are a handful of common questions that every job seeker should prepare to answer. Here’s how you should prepare for the “What are your strengths” interview question.
blog.jobsearcher.comSTAR Interview Questions: Tips and ExamplesPreparing for an interview requires a lot of time and effort. Preparation shouldn’t be put on the long finger if you have an interview coming up. When you know common interview questions, it can be a great help. So, kill off those nervous feelings by preparing yourself for what is coming. One way to do that is to practice STAR interview questions.
blog.jobsearcher.comCollege Student Resume Examples and FAQsCollege students have a unique opportunity when it comes to drafting compelling professional resumes. Whether you are still in the process of completing your degree or you have recently graduated, these are the tips and tricks you need to know to create a college student resume.
blog.jobsearcher.com4 Tips to Manage Employee Retention While Driving Business GrowthBusiness leaders and HR experts are taking a closer look at shifting employee needs and for a good reason. Happier employees not only contribute towards a more positive work environment. They’re also an important factor in improving employee retention and driving business success:
blog.jobsearcher.comLearning to Write Education on Resume DocumentsBefore you start with an infographic-inspired ratings charts and professional-looking headshots, the three must-haves of your resume include your contact information, your experience, and your education. Whether you’re currently in school, have received a diploma, or have an unfinished degree, here are the best ways of putting your educational history on a CV, resume, or job application.
blog.jobsearcher.comThe 5 Most Insightful Types of Questions to Ask InterviewersAn ideal interview is one in which there is a productive exchange between the interviewer and the candidate. Hence it is normal and expected for you to have some questions to ask interviewers. The interviewer usually opens the floor for this after they are done asking the major questions they have prepared. Many prospective candidates get so lost in selling themselves as the appropriate candidate for the job that they forget to prepare questions for the interviewer.
blog.jobsearcher.comTop 12 Highest Paying Jobs and How to Land OneThere are many things to consider when applying for a job, but the truth is that the financial aspect of a job is generally very important to any candidate. Although you may want to pursue a job that you are passionate about, the chances are that you take the salary into consideration before even applying for a job. At the end of the day, employees have bills to pay and having enough money to live comfortably is something most job applicants need to consider.