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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-18-2004, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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Mgr Trainees for Nat'l Contractor

We are a National Building Services Contractor that is looking for career oriented individuals to enter our Manager Training Program. Our intensive on-the-job training program will prepare you for a career in the building support service industry. As a Trainee you will travelto one of our training locations throughout the U.S. We offer a competitive salary during and after training and excellent benefits. Outstanding upward career and salary potential determined only by your ability and job performance. Visit our web site at www.sscserv.com to learn more about our company. Please send your resume to [email protected].

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-18-2004, 12:36 PM
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post #4 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-21-2004, 05:11 PM
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What kind of experience do you have to have? Where and how long is the training and is it paid training? Where will one be working after training?

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You don't need experience. It would be nice, but 90% of us didn't have experience in this area. I used to work in the bar industry, others were in sales or computers. It has been very rewarding. All the execs in company started out on the ground floor as hourly. I started as a trainee and worked my way to a Regional position inside of 2yrs. I was the youngest Regional in the company.

When a person enters the training program they are cross-trained in various Divisions (i.e. Mall Division, Colleges & Universities, K-12 Schools, etc.). The training depends on where the need is. For example we just picked up a bunch of business in FL. I was down there helping out in Miami for 2 weeks. We pay for travel, food, rental car, etc. The usual. We are based in Knoxville and do training seminars there. The pay depends on experience, education, and other factors. Most of our guys start out in the mid upper 20's, then usually get a good bump once placed in a contract (Pay is dependent upon various factors such as Contract size, manager performance and ability)

As far as "where" are you placed really depends on the openings. If you want to stay in TX then let us know that and we can work with that. The more flexible the individual is the greater oppurtunity they usually have for growth. I have moved about three times over the last 9 years and each time has been a promotion or increase in pay(usually substantial). Basically, we ask where you are interested in moving and we keep that in mind when looking for placement. We ask the individual to do a "look n see" for a few days, we ask if the individual is willing to take the position, we negotiate relocation terms, and the individual moves.

Send me your resume if you are still interested.

Thank you for your interest,

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So the training is not paid, right?
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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-24-2004, 01:34 PM Thread Starter
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Training is paid.

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post #9 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-24-2004, 05:10 PM
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did you get my resume?
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So what type of jobs is the training for specifically? The websites explanation seems broad. I guess i'm a little confused on exactly how this works. This is reminiscent of the programs I came across when I first moved here. Hiring for managers but you had to sell the product door to door first before you became a manager.
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Take a look at our web site sscserv.com

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We are a Facility Maintenance Company. We primarily provide Custodial service to major shopping centers, Colleges (Dallas Community College), K-12 schools, and Industrial. We are looking for managers to run new or existing contracts. Sorry, no sales involved, just managing. I didn't receive you resume. If you are interested please email it to [email protected].

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email sent.
FYI - I have over 2 years of being the facilities manager for a division of Verizon Wireless.

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