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When it comes to finding good employers for Stationary Engineers,


there is the newspaper and there are hiring or employment and head hunter agencies, there are contracting outfits but, the most time efficient and most cost effective way of tracking a prospective employer is to visit your local library. There is a wealth of information at your finger tips for Stationary Engineers. This will also assist in developing the Killer Resume', of which I will get into later.

The reference section of your library has trade publications and trade registries for different forms of industry that employ Stationary Engineers. The registries will give you the names of companies, phone numbers and fax numbers, addresses and contact names, as well as a brief rundown on the companies themselves. The directories are categorized by industry and by geographical location. Kind of like a telephone book of the world that goes many steps further. This may prove to be very helpful in selecting as well as finding the right employer for you.

If you're the fussy type that likes everything at arms length you can send away to a publisher for a copy of their catalog and order what registries you want to have on hand if your library is not well stocked as may be the case in a small community.

The trade publications (registries) from time to time have stories and advertisements from different companies. These provide insight into the companies latest ventures and it may give you an idea of what types of trades and professions they employ.  Often they will lead you to websites for the company where you can make an online application for a Stationary Engineering job. Usually if there is an expansion going on, they want the world to know about it. This means you will know about the job opportunities long before they start to hire full time staff. This gives you a jump on the competition and a very strong advantage when it comes to sending in your Killer Resume', being interviewed and being hired. You can find yourself with a Stationary Engineering job offer before they even start advertising for positions.

The best jobs and the easiest to acquire are the ones that haven't hit the news papers yet. Quite often this approach bags you a job because it makes some one else's job that much easier. It makes them look good too, if they can pick up a prize like a Power Engineer Technologist or Stationary Engineer.  Not only that but, you will generate an impression with them that you are a person with initiative and ambition above and beyond the average person. It may also polish their egos to know you picked their name out of the registry above all the others when looking for a Stationary Engineer position.

Chances are, if you have the right stuff and if they are hiring Stationary Engineers, they are going to call you first. As a result you will have a greater opportunity to meet people in the organization so you may develop a rapport with them. This way you can keep in touch with them by making the odd social call.  Don't push this approach too far though. You want to keep it light and easy. If you play your cards right this will give you three or four kicks at the cat rather than just one.

We do have a brief step by step process for getting search results from over a hundred web sites with JUST ONE search on our Jobs Hot Line page.  Check out our job search for postings on Employment 911.




 

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Table of contents
  • Men and women in the business.
  1. Steve. The "Bad Boy of P.E.T." who has hit the six figure income bracket.
  2. Don. Work in at the brewery.
  3. John. Chief Engineer at the brewery.
  4. Matt. A newbe.
  5. Warren. A newbe.
  6. Older Warren. Lots of experience.
  7. Chris. He used P.E.T. as a spring board to another career.
  8. Earl. Retired but still working full time???
  9. Brian. Working the 9 to 5, Monday to Friday routine.
  10. Hanna. Works in the electrical power generating industry.
  • Scope of P.E.T. Technology.
  • DARK SECRETS. ****Things people do and shouldn’t do, while on shift.
  • Internet links to:
  1. US job opportunities
  2. Canadian job opportunities
  3. US apprenticeship and training
  4. Canadian apprenticeship and training
  5. Other countries and their job opportunities
  6. US Labor agencies.

 
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