Council job vacancies and information about training and career development. Our Job Hunting in Maine resource is a book filled with tips and techniques to make your search go faster and be more successful. After reading through Job Hunting in Maine, you should come away with the latest tips and techniques to enhance your job search, and an introduction to CareerCenters located throughout the state and how you can use the services available to you.
This role is probably the most straightforward one to understand. Many potential employers do ask for a candidate to hold a suitable UAV certificate and knowledge of rules and regulations for flying things in the air. You will obviously control the drone to perform a wide variety of tasks and services that a particular company offers. This could be aerial photography or remote-aerial survey for instance. Flying the drones is the simple bit, but the skills that wrap around this are a bit harder to define. One needs to be clear on the following: Why is the company using drones? For what purpose? If for surveying or inspection do you have other skills that would guide” how you operate the drones.
Now, it might be clear, that a job is very different from the career. There can be some jobs in a person’s career. We can also say that there is onlyÂ one career in a person’s life that incorporates all the jobs. A career is what you see yourself in the future. A job takes your time, provides you with some work and penny. However, a career not only gives you money but also opportunities to do what you love as well as satisfaction. One basic differenceÂ between job and career is that job is what you are doing at present, but career is what you have done so far and what you are going to do next.
If your disability is a barrier to employment, Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) may be the appropriate choice for you. In partnership with the Maine CareerCenters and the rehabilitation community, the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS) works to bring about full access to employment, independence and community integration for people with disabilities through its Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) , Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DBVI), and Division for Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Late Deafness (DHHLD). To learn more about how VR can help you, ask to speak to a counselor at your local CareerCenter.
At the Griffith Careers and Employment Service, we provide a range of solutions for students, graduates, businesses and staff. If you’re a student, we can help you plan your career and find work. If you’re an employer, we can assist with recruiting our students, advertising a position or becoming a mentor. Through our premium recruitment service Unitemps, we provide businesses with comprehensive staffing solutions, as well as employment opportunities for Griffith students and graduates. For Griffith staff, we help embed employability and career development into student learning.