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Often, we have a general idea of what a job entails, but have questions about the specifics. The Job Description will give those specifics, though there might still be questions which can be asked in the job interview. Questions here may connect you with people who work in the field and with first-hand knowledge about the work involved in a specific position.
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What are the duties and responsibilities of an accountant?
Accountants keep track of the money in a company and make sure that there is money to pay salary and to keep the company in operation. They do the books for each department and make sure that every dollar is accounted for that was invested into the company. In short we can say that the duty of an accountant is to make sure that the company has a sufficient amount of working capital (the amount required to meet its daily operations)...
What are some downsides of being a welder?
It's hot. Your work is not usually in a climate controlled environment The use of a fan is limited as it will blow away the gases in a mig type weld. You are breathing allot of gases and residues that are not the best for you. There is a potential for may types of job related injuries - burns, eye related injuries from grinding and the light produced from cutting and welding. ...
What does it mean 'enter your desired job title'?
It simply means what your looking to be for ex. Cashier Most companies use standard job application forms so they just need you to identify the role you wish to apply for. Sometimes there is a job reference number too which will appear in the job advertisement and it is important to quote this in your covering letter and on the application form if it is required. ...
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Is quitting your job over the phone good or bad?
It is considered good practice to give a written two-week notice or letter of resignation in person. In many cases, failing to do so will put you on a do not hire list and you will not be eligible for re-hire. This may also mean that you would not get a good reference from the company. It is always best not to burn bridges, so to speak. You may think that you wouldn't want to return to your job but may...
Is world christian youth assembly a scam?
I am a computer specialist I have analyzed the WCYA website and I think they are genuine, Unless they are very stupid to give all the information they have given on their website. However, if you think they corned you of money please report to the nearest Australian embassy or report the CEO, Mr. Thomas Gale to the nearest interpol Center and seek warrant for his arrest or you can sue the Australian Embassy in court of law to pay the...
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What does a paraplanner do on a daily basis?
A paraplanner (www.paraplanner.com.au ) can have a varied role but the general duties are as follows: Prepare Financial Plan / Statement of Advice documents (ranging in length from 15 pages to 150 pages). These reports include technical graphs / projections, client information, costs, strategies and a disclaimer or two or 200. Research technical strategies Research new products Update approved products lists with funds that are see as, subjectively, quality investments Complete investment / insurance application forms May attend client meetings May prepare review reports May send correspondence to...
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What elements of your job interest you the most and the least?
There are various element that most interest me in my job I enjoy solving the problems that are complex, handling the customer queries in hepdesk environment and learning new things that are connected to my job ...
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Advantage and disadvantage of unstructured interview?
An advantnage of unstructed interviews is that firstly it looks indetail and givesa overall picture. Secondly it is cost effective. ...
Asked in Job Descriptions, Computer Security Law
What is the job description of an IASO?
IASO stands for "Information Assurance Security Officer." In general terms they are responsible for managing and enforcing DoD Information Assurance rules, regulations, policies, and procedures - in particular those of the US Army. According to AR 25-2, section 3-2 f, the responsibilities an IASO are: (1) Enforce IA policy, guidance, and training requirements per this regulation and identified BBPs. (2) Ensure implementation of IAVM dissemination, reporting, and compliance procedures. (3) Ensure all users meet the requisite favorable security investigations, clearances, authorization, need-to-know, and security responsibilities before granting...