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Apr 20, 2018
The Track & Train job is an entry level railroad maintenance and transportation position of Transtar, Inc., and a core component for our workforce as vital movers and transloaders of bulk commodities in the country as a wholly-owned subsidiary U. S. Steel. As part of the maintenance department, you will perform general labor duties that include construction of rail through the use of various gas and air tools and as part of the transportation department, you will perform duties that include the operation of locomotives moving raw materials, finished products. Job Responsibilities: Communicate via radio transmitter with crew members and workers in the Yard Office regarding rail transportation work to be performed. Communicate with Track Equipment operators in the performance of track maintenance and fabrication work. Observe hand and radio signals in the yard in accordance with railroad rules and regulations. Operate track switches as needed. Perform procedures required to couple/uncouple rail cars. Push/pull drawhead into place to align for railcar coupling. Apply hand brakes on rail cars not in active use. Lock tracks out and operate rail switches as instructed. Gather tools necessary to perform maintenance/repair tasks. Operate manual and pneumatic tools necessary to perform rail maintenance and repair work. Drive/remove spikes, drill holes in rail/ties, remove/set bolt plates on ties using various gas powered equipment, pavement breakers, and air tools. Pre-assemble track sections for usage at a later time. Maintain cleanliness of locomotive cab. Maintains cleanliness of Maintenance of Way tool storage area. Ability to perform manual labor lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds Work outdoors in all weather conditions, and walk extended distances over uneven terrain. Requirements: A minimum of one year outdoor work experience is required. High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) is required. Valid driver's license is required. Full time position, working any shift, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays. Adherence to safety procedures/guidelines at all times. Safety is our core value which requires you to wear safety protection such as hard hats, safety glasses, hearing protection, protective clothing, and boots with metatarsal protection. The position requires punctuality, consistent attendance, self direction and work collaboratively in a team environment for the success of the operations. Must pass assessment test(s) Transtar, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.Steel is essential to advancing modern society. In fact, countless aspects of our lives wouldn't be possible without it. From state-of-the-art household appliances and safer, more fuel-efficient automobiles - to steel framing that makes our homes stronger and tubular products that support the development of our nation's energy resources - our products build quality of life for people around the world. U. S. Steel is on an exciting transformational journey to become the iconic corporation - a company set apart from the competition through the talent of our people, the quality ofSince the late 1800's, the Transtar companies have been an important component in this country's industrial development. Moving billions of tons of raw materials to manufacturing sites. Transporting finished products to market. Storing and handling bulk commodities. Providing rail transport services to hundreds of satisfied customers throughout the nation's industrial heartland. The Transtar companies consist of a group of rail carriers that grew up over the years to meet the transportation needs of the steel making facilities that were the predecessors of today's United States Steel Corporation. Historically, the Transtar companies were the wholly-owned transportation subsidiaries of United States Steel Corporation. In December 1988, as part of a financial restructuring, these transportation companies were acquired by the new holding company, Transtar, Inc. Transtar, in turn, is owned by United States Steel Corporation. Steel is essential to advancing modern society. In fact, countless aspects of our lives wouldn't be possible without it. From state-of-the-art household appliances and safer, more fuel-efficient automobiles - to steel framing that makes our homes stronger and tubular products that support the development of our nation's energy resources - our products build quality of life for people around the world. U. S. Steel is on an exciting transformational journey to become the iconic corporation - a company set apart from the competition through the talent of our people, the quality of our product, and the strength of our performance. We are seeking talented, motivated people to help us create the next generation of U. S. Steel, known for consistently out-performing the competition, delivering superior returns, and creating value for our customers as a world-class supplier of innovative steel products and solutions. our product, and the strength of our performance. We are seeking talented, motivated people to help us create the next generation of U. S. Steel, known for consistently out-performing the competition, delivering superior returns, and creating value for our customers as a world-class supplier of innovative steel products and solutions.- As a senior leader of the company, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to lead change, effective communication, and high-performance teams. - As a manager/supervisor of the company, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to manage change, communicate effectively, and lead high-performance teams. - As an individual contributor, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to champion change and effective communication while contributing to team success.U. S. Steel is a principled company committed to its core values of safety, diversity & inclusion, environmental stewardship, results & accountability, and focus on cost, quality, and customer. We promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration - encouraging new ideas that drive innovation and our collective success. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.
U. S. Steel Lone Star, TX 75668, USA
Apr 20, 2018
The Operating Technician - Hybrid Mechanical is a core component for our workforce as one of the world's largest steel producers. The Operating Technician - Hybrid Mechanical operates equipment and performs maintenance tasks that support the various production units. As an Operating Technician - Hybrid Mechanical you will perform the primary responsibilities and requirements listed below: Installs, maintains and repairs a broad range of mechanical systems and equipment including drives, PLC's drives, motor controls and DC boards. Must be able to troubleshoot and repair operating systems and equipment. Operates equipment in conjunction with repairs and provides assistance in operating functions as necessary to maintain continuous operations. May work alone with minimal supervision or other maintenance technicians. Requires a minimum of 1 year of working experience or formal education in the following areas: print reading, transformers, motor controls, PLC's drives, DC boards, wiring, and troubleshooting. The position requires you to work rotating shifts, which will include Saturdays and Sundays. The position also requires you to work overtime as needed. *Must pass both the written mechanical assessment tests at Level 4 and a hands-on assessment. Work Environment: The job is within an industrial environment and you may be required to work within various areas. Dependent upon the area you will work in, the environmental conditions can be hot, cold, dirty, greasy, wet, and noisy. Additionally, safety is a core value and safety procedures/guidelines must be adhered to at all times. This includes, but is not limited to, wearing safety apparel such as hard hat, goggles, hearing protection, and protective clothing and work boots with metatarsal protection. Punctuality and attendance are extremely important to the success of the operations in general as well as contributing to an overall positive team atmosphere.Steel is essential to advancing modern society. In fact, countless aspects of our lives wouldn't be possible without it. From state-of-the-art household appliances and safer, more fuel-efficient automobiles - to steel framing that makes our homes stronger and tubular products that support the development of our nation's energy resources - our products build quality of life for people around the world. U. S. Steel is on an exciting transformational journey to become the iconic corporation - a company set apart from the competition through the talent of our people, the quality of our product, and the strength of our performance. We are seeking talented, motivated people to help us create the next generation of U. S. Steel, known for consistently out-performing the competition, delivering superior returns, and creating value for our customers as a world-class supplier of innovative steel products and solutions.As an individual contributor, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to champion change and effective communication while contributing to team success.U. S. Steel is a principled company committed to its core values of safety, diversity & inclusion, environmental stewardship, results & accountability, and focus on cost, quality, and customer. We promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration - encouraging new ideas that drive innovation and our collective success. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.
U. S. Steel Gary, IN, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Job Description: The Maintenance Technician Mechanical job is a core component for our maintenance force and requires a trained and experienced individual to contribute to our success as one of the world's largest steel producers. The Maintenance Technician Mechanical performs mechanical maintenance functions necessary to maintain operating and service equipment using standard and specialized tools and mobile equipment, such as pendant and overhead cranes and forklifts as required. As a Maintenance Technician Mechanical, you will install, maintain, repair, and operate a broad range of mechanical systems and equipment in a heavy industrial environment to maintain continuous operations. Job Responsibilities: • Install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair a broad range of mechanical systems and equipment including hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication, power transmission systems, conveyors, cranes, and mobile equipment. • Provide assistance in operating functions as necessary. • May be required to work at heights and/or in confined space. • May work alone with minimal supervision or with other maintenance technicians. • Work in various areas of the plant location is required. Dependent upon the area, environmental conditions can be hot, cold, dirty, greasy, wet, and noisy. Requirements: • Minimum of 1 year manufacturing and/or industrial experience (including relevant experience gained in military service) or equivalent education. This includes experience in any of the following: hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication, power transmission systems, welding, pipe-fitting, structural repair, and diesel mechanic. • High School Diploma or GED • The position requires you to work 8 hour rotating shifts, which will include Saturdays and Sundays, and holidays. • The position requires overtime work as needed. • Adherence to safety procedures/guidelines at all times. Safety is our core value which requires you to wear safety protection such as hard hats, safety glasses, hearing protection, protective clothing, and boots with metatarsal protection. • The position requires punctuality, consistent attendance and self direction for the success of the operations. • Must pass assessment test(s) - Mechanical Maintenance Technician and both written Machinist test and hands on test.Steel is essential to advancing modern society. In fact, countless aspects of our lives wouldn't be possible without it. From state-of-the-art household appliances and safer, more fuel-efficient automobiles - to steel framing that makes our homes stronger and tubular products that support the development of our nation's energy resources - our products build quality of life for people around the world. U. S. Steel is on an exciting transformational journey to become the iconic corporation - a company set apart from the competition through the talent of our people, the quality of our product, and the strength of our performance. We are seeking talented, motivated people to help us create the next generation of U. S. Steel, known for consistently out-performing the competition, delivering superior returns, and creating value for our customers as a world-class supplier of innovative steel products and solutions.- As an individual contributor, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to champion change and effective communication while contributing to team success.U. S. Steel is a principled company committed to its core values of safety, diversity & inclusion, environmental stewardship, results & accountability, and focus on cost, quality, and customer. We promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration - encouraging new ideas that drive innovation and our collective success. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.
U. S. Steel West Mifflin, PA, USA
Apr 20, 2018
Job Description: The Maintenance Technician Mechanical job is a core component for our maintenance force and requires a trained and experienced individual to contribute to our success as one of the world's largest steel producers. The Maintenance Technician Mechanical performs mechanical maintenance functions necessary to maintain operating and service equipment using standard and specialized tools and mobile equipment, such as pendant and overhead cranes and forklifts as required. As a Maintenance Technician Mechanical, you will install, maintain, repair, and operate a broad range of mechanical systems and equipment in a heavy industrial environment to maintain continuous operations. Job Responsibilities: • Install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair a broad range of mechanical systems and equipment including hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication, power transmission systems, conveyors, cranes, and mobile equipment. • Provide assistance in operating functions as necessary. • May be required to work at heights and/or in confined space. • May work alone with minimal supervision or with other maintenance technicians. • Work in various areas of the plant location is required. Dependent upon the area, environmental conditions can be hot, cold, dirty, greasy, wet, and noisy. Requirements: • Minimum of 1 year machining, manufacturing and/or industrial experience (including relevant experience gained in military service) or equivalent education. This includes experience in any of the following: gear box rebuilds, conveyor pulleys, bearings, machining, hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication, power transmission systems, welding, pipe-fitting, structural repair, and diesel mechanic. • • High School Diploma or GED • The position requires you to work 8 hour rotating shifts, which will include Saturdays and Sundays, and holidays. • The position requires overtime work as needed. • Adherence to safety procedures/guidelines at all times. Safety is our core value which requires you to wear safety protection such as hard hats, safety glasses, hearing protection, protective clothing, and boots with metatarsal protection. • The position requires punctuality, consistent attendance and self direction for the success of the operations. • Must pass assessment test(s)Steel is essential to advancing modern society. In fact, countless aspects of our lives wouldn't be possible without it. From state-of-the-art household appliances and safer, more fuel-efficient automobiles - to steel framing that makes our homes stronger and tubular products that support the development of our nation's energy resources - our products build quality of life for people around the world. U. S. Steel is on an exciting transformational journey to become the iconic corporation - a company set apart from the competition through the talent of our people, the quality of our product, and the strength of our performance. We are seeking talented, motivated people to help us create the next generation of U. S. Steel, known for consistently out-performing the competition, delivering superior returns, and creating value for our customers as a world-class supplier of innovative steel products and solutions.- As an individual contributor, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to champion change and effective communication while contributing to team success.U. S. Steel is a principled company committed to its core values of safety, diversity & inclusion, environmental stewardship, results & accountability, and focus on cost, quality, and customer. We promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration - encouraging new ideas that drive innovation and our collective success. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.
U. S. Steel Keewatin, MN, USA

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by Jeff Gitlen, LendEdu.com It can be difficult leaving the military. The transition back to civilian life is complicated enough, but then you have to plan for the next stage in your career. However, you've acquired many great skills while serving which opens up certain opportunities for the entrepreneurial veteran. Many veteran men and women end up starting their own companies because they struggle to find work. In fact, 2.4 million veterans currently own businesses , according to the Small Business Administration. Being a business owner allows you to use the leadership skills and discipline that you learned while serving your country to benefit your bottom line. But starting a business comes with challenges, and you might need funds to help you start or grow your business. The good news is that funds are earmarked for veterans, and you can potentially access them to make your business dreams come true. Wondering what kind of bureaucratic hoops you’ll have to jump through to take advantage of those programs? Here’s a rundown of the best ways to access money for veterans, whether through traditional lenders or grants and programs that are designed to help you boost your business. Traditional Financing There are a number of different kinds of traditional financing available to business owners. The first hurdle to accessing it is making sure you qualify for it. In order to qualify for most traditional forms of funding, you need to have a good credit score and a high enough income to give the bank the confidence that you’ll be able to repay the small business loan. Some lenders also require that you be in business for a certain number of years, that you make a minimum amount of revenue, or have a certain number of employees in order to qualify. That can make it difficult to find money when you’re just starting out. Unless your business has built up its business credit, you’ll most likely be limited to borrowing only how much you personally qualify to co-sign for. But if you build your business credit , you can potentially borrow more in the future with better rates and without having to co-sign for it. How do you build business credit? First, consider applying for credit as soon as you launch your business. This could be a line of credit, a loan, or a credit card. While you’ll have to co-sign for this credit, you will start building your business credit immediately. This is important since the length of your credit history is a factor in determining your business credit score. You can also take out trade lines with common suppliers like office equipment or materials suppliers. This will give you a longer time to pay your invoices. Many of these companies also report your payments to the business credit bureaus, which helps you build your business credit score. Is It Harder for Veterans to Get Business Funding? With traditional small business loans for veterans, lenders are theoretically supposed to treat everyone equally. But as a veteran, you could struggle to borrow because you don’t currently have income due to being recently discharged from the military or if you’re retired. You might also suffer because your income could have been lower while you served in the military than that of someone who worked as a civilian. That said, there are many companies that want to support military servicemembers, so you might be granted some leniency in qualifying for veteran business loans. This could be particularly true with banks or credit unions where you deal with a person when you apply, unlike online lenders that make lending decisions exclusively based on numbers. Also, credit unions that serve former or current military members or their families would be more likely to understand your situation, making it a potentially good option for you. Traditional Financing Explained In terms of traditional financing options, you might consider getting a traditional bank loan or a credit union loan. Both are similar in that they are installment loans that allow you to take out a set amount and repay it over a specific term length. One difference between these two credit vehicles is that big banks tend to focus their small business loans toward medium to large businesses, whereas credit unions are more likely to target small businesses. That means that you’re more likely to get approved at a credit union. Furthermore, the minimum borrowing amount is likely to be smaller, which might make it a better fit for your company. Another difference is that credit unions are nonprofit organizations that were created to provide financial services for their members. That means their interest rates and terms can sometimes be more favorable than you might get with bank loans, since banks are trying to make a profit. The one catch is that you have to meet a set of membership criteria in order to qualify to borrow from a credit union. Online small business loans for veterans are also popular, and they run the gamut from regular loans to crowdsourced loans to lines of credit. Some online small business loans have very high interest rates, plus repayment terms that make it hard to save money if you repay your debt early. However, some online small business lenders can offer you much more flexibility and lower interest rates than you would find from banks. It’s important that you shop around to find the best option for what you need. Another financing vehicle to consider is a line of credit. It’s like a credit card in that you can borrow money, pay it back and then borrow money again. The challenge with lines of credit is that they often have variable interest rates. This means that, unlike fixed-rate business loans, the amount you owe in interest can go up or down based on changes in interest rates. But the flexibility you get from having a line of credit could be critical if you need to borrow money to deal with cash flow issues or in case of an emergency. Another traditional financing option is invoice factoring. There are a number of companies that give you advances on your invoices. While factoring can be a great source of quick cash – and doesn’t require a credit check for approval – it does charge a steep fee. The interest rates can be as high as 3 percent to 5 percent for 30 days – which works out to an APR that’s over 36 percent to 60 percent if averaged over the year. Small Business Loans for Veterans and Other Programs The good news is that there are small business loans for veterans, which means you’ll have a better chance of qualifying for them and being approved. Here are some of the top loans that you’ll want to look into. 1. Military Economic Injury Disaster Loans Are you a reservist who is also an entrepreneur? If you were called to active duty, your business would likely have suffered. But there is a program that provides low-interest loans to those who served their country and want to rebuild their businesses once they return home. The MEIDL program charges a low 4 percent per year. Term lengths vary but can be up to 30 years. How much you can borrow varies based on your personal financial situation and business, and can be as much as $2 million, but you’ll need to have collateral if you want to take out business loans for veterans over $50,000. It can also be difficult to qualify for this loan, as you’ll have to prove that you can’t access other kinds of credit or that your business could fail if not for government intervention. 2. Veterans Business Fund There are nonprofit organizations like the Veterans Business Fund , that are dedicated to helping veterans open, expand, and purchase a franchise . They are not currently set up to lend yet, but they plan to provide loans with favorable terms to veterans who have trouble getting a traditional loan due to a lack of equity. The VBF’s loans wouldn’t charge interest. They would also help you secure other funds such as an SBA or conventional bank loan. 3. SBA 8(a) Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concern Program Sometimes you don’t need a loan – you need business. The SDVOSBC program helps your business secure government contracts. As part of the program, your business gets special access to contracts that are specifically for veterans only. That ensures you have access to revenue – which will fill your coffers and potentially help you secure a loan from another lender since you can prove you have income coming in. 4. SBA Veterans Advantage Express Loan The SBA’s small business loans can be a good option, but their main loan program can take a while to process your application. That’s why their Express Loans program is so popular. They allow you to apply for and borrow up to $500,000 for your business through a streamlined process that focuses on ensuring you get your money quickly. But if you’re a veteran, you get an even better deal. You’ll pay zero upfront fees on SBAExpress Loans for $150,001 to $350,000, plus get expedited approval. 5. StreetShares StreetShares is owned by veteran entrepreneurs, and its online marketplace allows entrepreneurs to connect with investors who are interested in funding a loan for your small business. It provides extra help to veterans who are seeking loans by connecting them with another veteran to help them create the best loan application possible. With StreetShares, you can get funded in as soon as a few days. Small Business Grants for Veterans Sure, you can borrow money, but you’ll have to pay it back if you do. A grant is something you get and never have to return. Who doesn’t love free money? Here are some grants specifically aimed at veteran business owners. 1. USDA Veteran and Minority Farmer Grant Like kale? If you like it so much that you want to grow it, you can get a grant from the 2501 Program that the Department of Agriculture runs. They give small business grants to veteran farmers who are just starting their farms or looking to expand their businesses. They also help with things like training, education, outreach, and other kinds of vital support. 2. Franchise Discounts If you want to open your own franchise, some companies give veterans discounts on their fees as part of the Veterans Transition Franchise Initiative . For example, UPS gives a veteran $10,000 off the franchise fee and a 50 percent discount on the application fee. Little Caesars offers veteran franchisees several bonuses, too. Vets get $5,000 off the franchise fee and $5,000 off equipment. If you’re disabled from service, you get $20,000 off your franchise fee and $10,000 in benefits. 3. StreetShares Foundation You can get up to $5,000 in free money for your business from StreetShares Foundation . The organization gives out three awards of $5,000, $3,000, and $2,000 to veteran-owned businesses. They choose the winners based on your business plan, how you’ll use the funds, the potential impact of the awards, and how the business idea will impact the military or veterans. 4. National Association for Self-Employed Growth Grants If you’re looking to grow your business, a grant from NASE can help . They provide grants to small businesses in order to help them with things like expanding, hiring, or training. To qualify, you have to meet certain criteria and also show that you have a business need. You’ll also need to become a member of NASE, and you get a discount as a veteran . Veteran Business Investment and Other Opportunities Want to get an investment in your company rather than a loan or a grant? Here are some great options for investment. 1. TCP Venture Capital’s Veterans Opportunity Fund One great option if you’re looking for an investment from a venture capital firm is to consider TCP Venture . They focus on helping veteran-owned businesses who are looking to grow. You’ll need to pitch them in order to get access to their funding, and they’ll take an equity interest in your business in return for their investment. But they are a well-connected and well-respected firm that can help you grow your business. 2. Hivers and Strivers Graduates of one of the country’s military academies qualify for help from Hivers and Strivers . This angel investment group gives you funding and becomes involved in your company in other ways to help you. You can get people from the organization to serve as advisors or board members, and they can mentor you and help you by sharing their expertise, networks, and support. They offer investments of between $250,000 to $1 million, according to Independence for Women Veterans of America. But if you need more money, they can connect you with their network of investors. 3. The Bunker Want to start a technology startup? Great! Bunker Labs is a startup resource that helps technology startups that are owned by veterans. When you work with the program, you can get access to several different resources. Veterans can learn about accessing investor capital for their business. They can learn through mentorship programs and receive support and networking opportunities. They have a number of events and talks designed to help you learn crucial skills and tips for growing your business. 4. HCC Fellows Program If your startup needs to be incubated, the HCC Fellows Program is an eight-week startup incubator designed to help veterans start and grow their businesses. They organize classes, talks, and events to help you gain the skills you need in order to succeed as an entrepreneur. At the end of the program, you can pitch your business to investors. 5. Vet-Tech Located in the Silicon Valley, Vet-Tech is a veteran startup accelerator that connects veterans with investors from venture capital firms and other startup accelerators. They’ve raised over $10 million for companies that they have worked with and have over 250 partners and mentors. So far, they have helped over 100 veteran startups. They don’t give you funding directly but allow you to raise money through their funding network. 6. Taking Advantage of a Thrift Savings Plan For those who don't know, a thrift savings plan is a type of retirement savings and investment plan; it is specifically for federal government employees which includes uniformed servicemen. It works similarly to a 401(k) with the same tax benefits. A savvy veteran can utilize their contributions  to their advantage in order to finance a business down the road after a military career. If you find that financing is hard to come by, then rolling this thrift savings fund over towards your business is a possible alternative. If done correctly, it's possible to take out a loan without penalties, but it bodes well to consult an advisor before doing so. Before you consider this, there are a few things to keep in mind. Anything you take out of a retirement fund is going to reduce your savings for, well, retirement. This is a big risk with the chance of losing out on your savings. Yet, this risk is somewhat similar to taking out a traditional loan. If the business were to fail, paying back the loan would draw on certain assets which could include retirement savings regardless.
Enterprise Information Services Inc. has just joined HireVeterans.com in a concentrated effort to help veterans get back into the workforce and find new career paths. Founded in 1994, EIS has achieved solid growth through remaining client-focused and maintaining technical excellence. EIS has more than 300 employees supporting various Federal clients with over $50 million in annual revenues. EIS is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia. At EIS, you will have the opportunity to use your knowledge, experience, energy, and creativity while developing your skills in a quality work environment. Whether you’re looking for a new professional challenge, making a career transition, or just starting out, you will find a wide range of challenging positions to choose from. Additionally, EIS offers excellent salary and benefits to their employees. Their benefits package is among one of the best offered by Federal Information Technology contractors, small and large combined. The following is a brief summary of the EIS employee benefits program. Benefits may vary depending on employment status: salaried versus hourly and full time versus part time. Please contact our Human Resources department for additional information. Medical Insurance EIS offers comprehensive national plans with a broad national network of providers though a premier insurance carrier. Prescription drug benefits are included. Dental Insurance EIS offers a comprehensive national dental plan. Vision Plan EIS offers a vision plan through a nationwide provider. Education and Training Assistance EIS offers tuition reimbursement for pre-approved job related courses at an accredited school. EIS also supports professional training and development programs. Holidays EIS offers ten paid holidays per calendar year. Paid Leave Paid leave includes vacation and sick leave. Employees earn paid leave each pay period. 401(k) Retirement Plan and Profit Sharing Plan Spot, Quarterly, and Annual Bonus Program EIS offers a bonus program for exemplary service and new business development. Click Here To View And To Apply To All Of EIS' Available Positions!
Foxhole Technology is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides robust cyber security capabilities for DoD, federal and civilian agencies across the globe. Their agile, scalable solutions provide a unified approach to cyber security that traverses seamlessly across the entire organization – and across the world. Foxhole Technology has just joined HireVeterans.com the largest online job board for U.S. veterans. Being a Service-Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business they know how hard veterans have worked to defend the country and would like to extend the opportunity of getting back into the workforce with a company that understands them. A company that will offer the foundation for a long term career and an amazing future. From its inception, they have been committed to building their core foundation on cybersecurity. Now a recognized leader in the security arena, Foxhole Technology provides gold standard solutions and service to their customers, including: Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM); Systems, Software and Network Engineering; and Authorization and Accreditation (A&A). Their in-depth expertise provides robust capabilities in penetration testing, program management, information security and FISMA, as well as in all areas of cyber security engineering. Through active lecturing at security conferences, publishing information security articles, and working on the cutting edge of information security development programs, they continue to evolve their capabilities using the latest technological developments in information security. For Individuals with Disabilities, Medical Conditions, or Physical or Mental Impairments: Foxhole Technology is committed to ensuring their employment process is open to all individuals. Foxhole Technology strives to attract and retain the brightest and most talented IT professionals. They are keenly aware that the labor market for these individuals is highly competitive, as well as extremely fluid, so benefits offered must meet or exceed the demands of the market place.  Eligibility begins the first day of employment – so there's no delay in coverage for you or your family. If this line of work is something that interests you. Don't wait another second and click the link below to apply and join the Foxhole team today! Click Here To View And To Apply To All Of Foxhole Technology's Available Positions!
By Suzanne Bandick,  LiveYourDreamsCoaching.com What do you want? Choose. Let's try to be as clear as possible on what we choose for our life. If we don't know what we want - how can we expect to get it? If someone else chose it for us, how do we know we want it? We need clarity of our real desires in all aspects of our life; work, family, relationships, finances, health and every other aspect of our life if we desire to truly live OUR life. Create time today to think about exactly what you desire your life to look like. Sorry no delegating this one. You need to make the time. Go ahead and pen it into your agenda. If we choose to live on auto pilot without thinking we may be getting all the wrong things. You can jot down notes of what you desire. When you glimpse thoughts of how you would like to live your life, jot them down. When you see something you like jot it down (maybe it is a car ...or a couple holding hands ... a business running smoothly). Do you have a broad idea such as simply how you want to feel? Or is it more specific with knowing exactly what you want something to look like. There is no right and wrong here – be as detailed as you feel like being. Make notes of as many things that you want for your life as you like. Some may combine into one goal – some may stand alone and all may have different time frames. What are you inspired to do to help you focus? You can ...... Write it out in great detail – and read or rewrite daily. Walk around and take pictures. A selfie with you and your desire in it would be spectacular. Visualize exactly the life and or things you desire. Create a collage on your desktop, phone or ipad. Cut out pictures and make a collage for your wall or a binder. What other things are you inspired to do? Let the seeking of clarity of what you want your life to look like and feel like be a focus today and everyday. You can use this with short term dreams/ goals and farther in the future visions. As you plan and dream – watch how it makes you feel. The feeling will be part of what helps you get there. You are now on the way to living all of your goals and dreams. Your goals and dreams. Not the goals and dreams of someone else. Sometimes the things that seem so simple are really so important. Take the time. I wonder where the next opportunity is and when it will show up? Suzanne Bandick About Author:  Suzanne Bandick is a Certified “Thinking into Results” Facilitator and Life Coach with the Proctor Gallagher Institute. She and her husband Shawn help people with how to stop postponing their lives by showing them how to  Decide  what they really  Want , find out what is holding them back and then how to  Get Results  so that they can achieve their goals. Find out more at  LiveYourDreamsCoaching.com Suzanne is also the creator and founder of  LoveNotesBySuzanne.com
The Northern Virginia Veteran Hiring Expo, serving much of the Northern Virginia region, will be held on Tuesday, April 24 th , 2018, from  11:00am - 2:00pm  at the Hilton Washington Dulles Airport,  13869 Park Center Road, Herndon, VA 20171   This job fair helps bring employers face-to-face with veterans who are seeking careers in the Northern Virginia region.  Job seekers will have time to meet with several employers and veteran support organizations, all in the span of just a few hours.  Job seekers are advised to come dressed for success and bring plenty of resumes.   Event Snapshot When:  Tuesday, April 24 th , 2018, from  11:00am - 2:00pm Where:  Hilton Washington Dulles Airport,  13869 Park Center Road, Herndon, VA 20171 Cost:  Absolutely free for career seekers   To preregister or view the list of employers attending visit www.VetHiringExpos.com
The Philadelphia Healthcare Hiring Expo, serving much of the Greater Philadelphia region, will be held on  Thursday, April 26th, 2018 , from  11:00am - 2:00pm  at the Crowne Plaza Philadelphia,  260 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia, PA 19406   This hiring event helps bring healthcare agencies face-to-face with eager job seekers pursuing careers in the healthcare industry.  Job seekers will have time to meet with SEVERAL healthcare agencies, all in the span of just a few hours.  Job seekers are advised to come dressed for success and bring plenty of resumes.   Event Snapshot When:   Thursday, April 26th, 2018 , from  11:00am - 2:00pm Where:  Crowne Plaza Philadelphia,  260 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia, PA 19406 Cost:  Absolutely FREE for career seekers   To preregister or view the list of employers attending, visit: www.HCHiringExpos.com
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