How to choose the best candidate for the job?

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Question description

Review the Maintenance Technician/Janitor resumes.

Select as a team, the best candidate for the job.

Create a 525- to 700-word new hire acceptance letter to send to the candidate.

Outline the following in your letter:

  • Introduction/welcome
  • Title, annualized pay, start date, and time
  • Working hours
  • Benefits summary and start dates of benefits
  • Time off
  • At will statement
  • Closing
  • Signature of new hire

Click on the Assignment Files tab to submit your letter.

Joe Johnson WORK EXPERIENCE Congregation Illinois Head of Maintenance – 5/09 to present • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Oversee one full-time employee and one part-time employee. Daily cleaning of offices, sanctuaries, kitchens, library, restrooms, classrooms, public and party areas. Perform building maintenance and repairs as needed including, but not limited to: plumbing, painting, light electrical, carpentry, and tile work in the congregation building and preschool Set-up and break down of school rooms, meeting spaces and party areas as per event schedule Maintain friendly working relationships with vendors, staff, congregants and students by delivering excellent customer service Ensure safety and working order of building equipment, machinery and tools Carry out routine daily building inspection Communicate weekly with Executive Director, Pre-School Director, and kitchen staff to discuss upcoming schedule of events, recommend building improvements/repairs, and long-term goals Continual floor and carpet care which consists of stripping, waxing, buffing, spot cleaning, and shampooing Train new custodial and temporary staff Order and inventory cleaning and building supplies Snow removal and light grounds keeping Operate building sound system On call 24 hours a day Manufacturing, Illinois Grind Hand – 02/06 to 04/09 • • • Used Okamoto manual and automatic grinders for flat and OD grinding Deburred and polished free flow and locking valve assemblies for plastic mold injection, operated lathe for angle cutting and facing Read blueprints, completed final inspections to insure product adhered to OEM/manufacturer’s specifications Manufacturers Brass and Aluminum, IL Coremaker - 02/05 to 02/06 • Manufactured cores for aluminum and brass castings. Aluminum Foundry, California Maintenance Foreman - 08/87 to 11/04 • • • • Maintained and repaired machinery for the entire foundry including furnaces, shell core and dry sand machines, die grinders, permanent molds, patterns, core boxes and hydraulics Building maintenance that included plumbing, painting, plastering, light construction, electrical and general cleaning. Ordered replacement parts and machinery, operated and maintained fork lift Operated engine lathe, vertical and horizontal mill, surface grinder and drill press, fabricated steel, aluminum fixtures and shop aids Used Oxy-Acetylene and Arc Welding equipment, prepared and melted aluminum alloys for daily production • Made green and dry sand cores and molds, performed sand blasting, ran disc and belt grinder, removed gates, sprues and risers, rough grinding of castings, performed penetrant inspection, conducted final inspection of castings to adhere to government/client specifications; trained in Statistical Process Control; upheld safety standards. TRAINING Community College and Valley College • Welding and Machining classes References available upon request
Rose E. Smith High School Diploma – Graduated 2002 Work History Dishwasher/Janitorial June 2009 until August 2013 – IL • Maintained a clean and safe environment by sweeping and mopping the floor. • Operated dishwashing equipment by loading dishes and putting them in their proper place when finished. • Ability to work as a team player or independently as needed. • Completed various tasks as directed by direct supervisor. Laborer June 2006 until August 2008 –IL • Maintained a clean and sanitized work environment by showering upon arrival and exit of work shift. • Operated wiz knife to prepare swine for production. • Operated bacon line by wrapping, packaging, and preparing shipments. • Completed multiple tasks as directed by supervisor. Laborer August 2002 until June 2006 IL • Designed, structured, and inspected pallets to be prepared for shipment to another company. • Weighed, arranged, and packaged caterpillar bolts on pallets to be prepared for shipment. • Manufactured clips to be inserted and structured on machinery. • Assembled parts on toilet interior and prepared toilets for shipment. • Assembled and structured canvas frames by measuring and cutting wood, stretching canvas across wood and inserting staples to assemble the frames. • • • • Skills Reliable, dependable, and punctual. Ability to work as a team player or independently. Ability to adapt to various work environments and catch on quickly. Ability to operate machinery and equipment as needed. Professional and Personal references available upon request.
Jan I. Tor ______________________________________________________________________ Professional Summary Hard working and dedicated individual, looking to use my education and skills to serve and grow with your company. I have experience as a service and maintenance technician. My responsibilities were to troubleshoot, repair and install restaurant/store heating equipment. In addition, I have knowledge of commercial and residential maintenance. Skills ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Strong communication skills Excellent ability to adapt to difficult situations Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills Capable problem solver Strong leadership skills Self-motivated Mechanically inclined Work History Service Technician – June 2014 to August 2015 ● ● ● ● Troubleshoot issues for natural gas and electrical equipment. Service restaurant /store equipment and routine maintenance and repairs, including open fryers, pressure fryers, heated holding cabinets and heated display cases. Conducted final install and provided start-up training for restaurant/store staff. Henny Penny certified, course completion for service on McDonalds, KFC and Wendy’s equipment. County HVAC Department HVAC Student Technician – October 2013 – June 2014 ● ● ● ● Served as a member of a team that was responsible for maintaining and repairing HVAC systems. Performed preventative maintenance including filter changes, lubrication, charging systems, and condenser cleaning. Serviced rooftop commercial style HVAC equipment. Serviced VAV boxes, boilers, controls, blower motor, and pump bearing assemblies. Freight Dockworker - September 2013 to July 2014 ● ● ● ● ● Certified forklift operator. Responsible for both inbound and outbound freight. Accurate recording of freight movement using RF scanning equipment, as well as able to follow freight manifests. Hazmat trained, safety trained, trained in fresh food handling. Trained and can operate equipment to move drums. Route Sales Representative - February 2011 to April 2013 IL ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Managed a portfolio of three accounts averaging over $1M in annual sales. Responsible for sales forecasting, goal setting and performance reporting for all accounts. Monitored market activity and quoted pricing to maintain healthy profit margins. Analyzed and reported on weekly customer activity, business trends, and areas of concern. Maintained accurate over and short records for all accounts. Conducted annual performance reviews. Assisted the team in meeting sales goals, stock loss, labor objectives and margin goals to increase profitability. Verified all deliveries against invoices and completed shortage and overage reports. Stocked “point of purchase” promotional materials, product coupons and recipe cards. Scanned shelves and product cases for expired stock and discarded outdated, spoiled or damaged items. Prepared and maintained inventory records. Dispatcher/Third Shift Grocery Manager September 2009 to December 2010 IL ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Supervised, trained and developed team members in accordance with company policies and procedures. Conducted annual performance reviews. Followed proper standards for food safety, product freshness, weights and measures, refrigeration standards and sanitation. Oversaw inventory control functions, inbound breakdown, stock rotation, put-away. Received, inspected and logged all product loads for accuracy of shipment, temperature and quality. Prepared and maintained inventory records. Managed dispatch for 10 drivers, assigned driver routes, multitasking between dispatch, call routing and customer inquiries. Responsible for 250+ deliveries per day. High School Diploma - IL Accomplishments H.W. Lay award winner numerous times for leadership, sales growth and teamwork Completed Smith Safe driving program Certified Forklift Operator Certified Electrical Troubleshooting Technician Certified Residential Heating Technician EPA Universal Card

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