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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Seek the Challenging Position of Interviewer

A highly talented Interviewer with huge experience in performing a variety of activities involving the development, evaluation, and maintenance of applicants' eligibility information for finding work; developing job opportunities, and carrying out employment service program activities in order to facilitate the job training, job placement and job adjustment of unemployed workers.

Summary of Qualifications

  • More than eight years experience.
  • Great knowledge of recruiting, interviewing, and placement    techniques and procedures.
  • Remarkable knowledge of policies, laws, regulations, rules,    procedures, and terminology of various federal and state    employment and job training programs.
  • Uncommon knowledge of job seeking skills and techniques.
  • Great knowledge of the computer system used in the    employment service work.
  • Excellent knowledge of computer applications and software    programs.
  • Sound knowledge of the occupational coding system and    specialized office use codes in the computer system used in    the employment service work.
  • In-depth knowledge of office work, business practices, and    business office machines.
  • Immense knowledge of job service filing, registration, and    processing requirements and procedures.
  • Uncommon knowledge of a variety of occupational areas and    the qualifications needed to effectively perform in these areas.
  • Sound knowledge of employment service and job training    methods to resolve employers' specific problems.
  • Sound knowledge of on-the-job training programs,    opportunities, and techniques available to applicants.
  • Excellent ability to clarify and evaluate through interviewing,    the capabilities and interests of the applicants.
  • Uncommon ability to deal effectively with employers from    industrial, business, and services entities, social workers,    counselors, program providers, and applicants.
  • Remarkable ability to obtain the interest and cooperation of    business in the employment service and job training programs.
  • Great ability to assist applicants in planning structured job    search activities.
  • Exceptional ability to interact effectively with applicants from    varying backgrounds.
  • Profound ability to maintain courteous demeanor when    interviewing hostile or frustrated applicants.
  • Sound ability to speak before community groups, employer    committees, chambers of commerce, organized labor, and    applicants.
  • Profound ability to assist employers in resolving specific    problems.
  • Solid ability to interview, select, and refer qualified applicants.
  • Uncommon ability to evaluate and classify job requirements    and applicant occupational qualifications.
  • Excellent ability to maintain records and prepare reports.

    Professional Experience

    New York Department of Civil Service, NY      2000 - Present

    Employment Service Interviewer
    • Interview applicants seeking work to clarify, evaluate and analyze experience, education, aptitudes, abilities, and interests to determine employment goals for each individual.
    • Explain available services and obtain information from applicant to determine appropriate job service programs or if the applicant should be placed in case management.
    • Assess applicant information and determine if services, other than job placement, are needed such as referral to counseling, testing, training, or other supportive services.
    • Analyze and evaluate the abilities of handicapped, hard-to-place, inexperienced, unskilled, or special needs applicants to provide assistance in preparing vocational plans, to refer to the appropriate service agency, or to refer for appropriate training or counseling.
    • Participate in a continuing program of monitoring and assessing the applicants' needs for additional job referrals, job seeking skills workshops; and testing, guidance, and supportive services through an on-going process of follow-up evaluation.
    • Register and classify applicants for employment according to experience, training, knowledge, skills, abilities, and interest in accordance with prescribed occupational coding system, as well as specialized office use codes in the computer system.
    • Process file searches in computerized applicant data system, review registration cards selected through computerized file search, select applicants for further screening and/or referral, and refer screened applicants to job openings.
    • Meet with counselors to discuss and plan for pre-employment training of applicants.
    • Conduct outreach activities for purpose of locating clients who may benefit from intensive services.
    • Survey the labor market in the assigned geographic work area or applicant's geographic work range to identify employment possibilities for applicants.
    • Receive job orders from employers and classify job openings according to a prescribed occupational coding system.
    • Maintains employer contact on all open job orders to verify referrals, to determine suitability of referrals, to determine status of the job order, and/or the need for additional services.

    New York Department of Civil Service, NY        1997 - 2000

    Human Resources Assistant
    • Updated the appropriate form when an employee receives a promotion or switches health insurance plans.
    • Prepared reports for managers elsewhere within the organization.
    • Provided authorized information from the employee's personnel records when requested by credit bureaus and finance companies.
    • Screened job applicants to obtain information such as education and work experience.
    • Administered aptitude, personality, and interest tests.
    • Explained the organization's employment policies and referred qualified applicants to the employing official.
    • Requested references from present or past employers of applicants.
    • Informed job applicants of their acceptance or rejection for employment.
    • Conducted Internet research to locate resumes.

    Education

    New York University, NY (1997)
    B. Sc Personnel Management




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