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People skills a must for all jobs this week

Danie on the Clock 
By Danielle Everson

People skills are definitely a must for the job listed this week. If you feel like you have the personality and of course the degree to work with closely with people, this is the time to pay attention because the opportunity may be for you.
 A local job as an Enviromental Technician is available. The job will require the reading and comprehension of permits, ordinances, state and federal regulations. You will also need great communication skills orally as well as in writing. As an Environmental Technician, you will collect water samples and inspect and maintain records of all activities. So if you are nit-picky about drinking Valdosta’s water, you may want to apply. 
 Those of you wanting to invest your time in dealing with houses may want to apply as a Real Estate Investment Associate. The position is located in Macon and will require identifying, investigating, assessing and negotiating the purchase and selling of properties. The employer is looking for candidates with a strong work ethic and a strong interpersonal communication skills. Business Administration majors are wanted.  Campus involvement is also recommended. All of you student organization Business Administration majors should definitely look into applying.
 If you want to get out of Valdosta, but still want to work in South Georgia, a job as a Sales Representative in Albany is open. The job is at a sheet plant and requires the employee to maintain existing accounts. Training will be provided for the position and a Business or Packaging degree is preferred.
If you are interested in any of these positions, visit Career Services located on the 2nd floor of Powell Hall West.  Also, you can view other available jobs online by visiting their website at http://www.valdosta.edu/career/
 Arrive early to those interviews and remember to research your employer before actually attending an interview. Why should you work for a company that you know nothing about?

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