Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) Military Hiring Event – San Diego, CA

Keywords: Hire Military, Recruiting Solutions, Recruit Military, Job Placement, Job Seekers, Prior Military, JMO Recruiter, Military Headhunters, Hire Veterans, Former Military, Retired Military, Military Resumes, Military Job Fairs, JMO, WBENC, Diversity Supplier

Intended For: Recruiting Manager, Diversity Recruiter, Director of Talent Acquisition, Plant Manager, Sales Manager, Field Service Manager, Production Manager, R & D Manager, QA Manager, Vice President, JMO, Military Officer, NCO, Service Academy Graduate

Organization: Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI) Bradley-Morris, Inc. will be holding a ConferenceHire® event on the following date /

Location: Embassy Suites – La Jolla 4550 La Jolla Village Drive San Diego, CA 92122

BMI ConferenceHire® events are efficient hiring solutions for employers and corporate recruiters, as well as for military-experienced candidates. Military job seekers are pre-screened and pre-selected via BMI’s patent-pending military-to-civilian matching technology, and the process is executed by a seasoned team who have been helping employers source military job seekers since 1991. The event is free to attend for both employers and job seekers. Employers will only pay a services fee if BMI has done our job – delivering great candidates that you choose to hire.

The BMI hiring events are focused on careers that include Middle Management, Engineering, Sales, Operations, Logistics, Technicians, Maintenance, and Field Service. Register at the links below if you are interested in attending. BMI will be in touch if your background is a match for our clients’ open positions.

Employers: https://www.bradley-morris.com/Webhit/clientreply.aspx

Military Job Seekers: https://www.bradley-morris.com/Webhit/Disclaimer.aspx

We look forward to meeting you there.

Donna Carr Bradley-Morris, Inc. dcarr@bradley-morris.com

EDD Veteran Seminar and Transition Assistance Program

Want to know how to be successful with your JOB Search?

EDD in partnership with Souther California VTAP Transition Assistance Program and the San Diego Veterans Coalition invite you to meet the employers and ask questions about:

· Hiring process
· Resume and Interview
· Requirements etc…

Also meet Veteran Advocates who can guide you with:

· VA Health Care
· Compensation, Benefits and Resources
· Veteran Education and Employment

Please bring your DD-214 in order to start the process!

Don’t forget to Dress for Success

Please join us on:

Friday, March 25, 2011
Employer Panel: 9am to 11am
Veteran Resources: 11am to 2 pm

South Metro Career Center
4389 Imperial Ave
San Diego, CA 92113
Contact: Maarla Sullivan maarla.sullivan@edd.ca.gov (619) 266-4299

This is a monthly event to help assist veterans with employment needs.

Join us for the graduation of REBOOT class 08

Governor Jerry Brown assigned Rocky J. Chavez as Acting Secretary of the California Department of Veterans Affairs on January 4th, 2011. Previously, Rocky served as the Undersecretary of the California Department of Veterans Affairs from November 9th 2009 until January 3rd, 2011. Prior to his assignment with California Department of Veterans Affairs, Rocky served on the Oceanside City Council from November of 2002 to December of 2009.

Rocky Chavez was born in Los Angeles and graduated from Torrance High School. He attended California State University, Chico, where he received his BA degree.

Rocky was commissioned in the United States Marine Corps on January 1, 1974. Following his commission, he served in all four Marine Divisions around the world. In his Marine Corps career he has risen from commanding three men in a Forward Observer billet to being Chief of Staff for the 4th Marine Division. His last billet was Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics, Camp Pendleton.

Rocky is a graduate of the Air War College, Armed Forces Staff College, and Marine Corps Command and Staff College. He also attended Old Dominion University where he studied International Relations. Rocky retired from the Marine Corps on September 1, 2001.

Rocky serves his community through a variety of civic organizations including: serving as a Board Member of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce (Member of the Year 1999), Rotary, and the Women’s Resource Center, 2001-04. He is also involved with numerous youth programs and coached varsity wrestling at El Camino High School, 2000-01. Rocky held the position of Chief Education Officer for the School of Business and Technology Charter High School in Oceanside from 2001-07.

Rocky and his wife Mary live in Oceanside and have three children. His wife Mary received her BA degree from the University of New Orleans and her MBA from California State University, San Marcos. Son Temujin Tom Chavez is a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy. He received his BS degree from the University of California, Davis and his Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. Daughter Regina Ann Shepperson received her BS degree from the University of California, Davis and her MSA from Central Michigan State. Son Sage John Chavez attended the Coast Guard Academy and graduated from Park College with a degree in Computer Science.

Congressman Duncan Hunter’s Community Resource and Job Fair

June 20, 2010 (El Cajon) — Congressman Duncan Hunter (R-El Cajon) will host a community job fair Friday, February 25 in partnership with the East County Career Center and Cuyamaca College. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in the student center at Cuyamaca College.900 Rancho Diego Parkway in El Cajon.

“A strong job market is the cornerstone of a strong economy,” said Congressman Hunter. “Thousands of individuals ready to rejoin the workforce turned out to meet with local businesses at the previous job fair. This time, the event will be at an even larger venue with many community businesses and career advisors on hand.” 

Click here to see the list of companies.

Argosy University Education & Career Fair

Presented by Argosy University, San Diego in Partnership with the State of California Employment Development Department, South County Career Center

Event Overview: Attend educational workshops, meet with employers, and learn more about what it takes to “Launch yourself into the New Year!”

Meet Representatives From: State of California, Employment Development Department (EDD) | Government Entities | Department of Defense | Contractors | Argosy University, San Diego | Colleges and Universities | Businesses

Educational and Career Outcomes: Learn how a degree can be the key to your professional future. A Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Criminal Justice can provide criminal justice practitioners with enhanced critical thinking, communication, research and professional skills designed to contribute to career development, promotional opportunities, and consideration for specialized assignments.

As a graduate, some of the careers in which you can pursue employment include: Businesses | Corrections Officer | Court Administrator | Court Corrections | Criminal Investigator | Customs Agent | Cyber Security | Department of Defense Contractors | Forensic Psychology | Government Agencies | Homeland Security | Law Enforcement | Legal Assistant | Management | Police | Private Investigation Services | Private Probation Services | Retail Stores | Security Management | Substance Abuse

RSVP to Gayle Morelan,M.S.,Argosy University,Associate Director of Military Outreach at 619.318.9364 

or gmorelanjones@argosy.edu

Where: Balboa Park Club Ballroom, 2150 Pan American Road, San Diego 92101

NAVNET Monthly Breakfast

NAVNET is a group of current & former military officers whose primary purpose is to assist each other in career transitions. They get together for breakfast on the third Friday of each month at Trellises Garden Grille in the Town & Country Hotel in Mission Valley. They start at 0700 and are usually out of there by 0815. Attendees can order from a special breakfast menu and pass the bill around for contributions when it comes. They’re a rather casual group so the uniform of the day is whatever you need to wear for the rest of your day.

They also maintain a Database with contact information for our 1,800+ members. They use this information to make personal contact with each other to gather information on specific companies, individual transition experiences, and the general job market conditions. They DON’T use it to shotgun resumes or to solicit any other types of business.

They also maintain an email distribution list to remind everyone of the monthly breakfast and to provide a revised copy of the spreadsheet. They also use it to distribute periodic job opportunities as they become visible.