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    Baha Mar Baha Mar Boulevard, Nassau, The Bahamas
    Brand:  Shared Services Job Title: Baha Mar Summer Intern 2020 Baha Mar’s Summer internship is a six-week program that exposes participants to the intricacies of a multi-brand destination. Participants will be matched with projects in areas relevant to the participants' fields of study and/or future career interests. The program will enable participants to apply academic principals to real-world business problems, while practicing their analytic, leadership and communication skills. Participants will receive a stipend during their placement.  Internship placements will commence in June.15 th,  2020 and will end on July 24 th,  2020. Placements are extremely limited and highly competitive. To be considered for the opportunity, candidates will have to submit the following documents: 1.     A letter of recommendation from a teacher/professor of a completed course 2.     A copy of your transcript 3.     Updated resume 4.     Letter of interest describing: a.     Your current field(s) of study, b.    How you will bring value to the project, referencing your functional area of interest and career goals, c.     How your academic and/or career growth will benefit from the program d.    The impact you think the Baha Mar project will have on our community. 5.  A Valid Bahamian Passport 6. An Original and Valid Police Record 7. One (1) Passport Photo 8. NIB Smart Card 9. Bank Information 10. Two (2) Reference Letters Once you've completed the application online, be sure to email all supporting documents to outreach@bahamar.com with the subject line "Baha Mar Summer Intern 2019". Shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in an interview for final selection.   The Baha Mar culture begins with PASSION.  We have a passion for “BETTER THAN BEST” that leaves a lasting impression on our guests, and creates a timeless resort experience that is glamorous, fun and exceptional. Here is how you can “own the wow!”   ·         Care deeply ·         Have a generous spirit ·         Thrive as part of a team ·         Pay exacting attention to details ·         Create emotional connections with our guests ·         Be strongly committed to Baha Mar’s success   What you will also have already accomplished:  ·         At least one year completed of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Applicants must be currently enrolled at a college university with classes to recommence in Fall 2019. ·         Demonstrated ability to analyze problems, suggest improvements, and take initiative to develop and execute work plans to execute solutions. ·         Can independently determine steps needed to complete an assignment with limited instruction; consistently over-delivers on all assignments ·         Demonstrated attention to detail, enthusiasm, creativity and passion ·         Strong written and oral communication skills ·         Strong interpersonal skills ·               Proficient in MS Office suite
    Feb 25, 2020
  • Full Time
     
    DTEC Plant Services The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel, Baha Mar Boulevard, Nassau, The Bahamas
    Company:  DTEC Plant Services Ltd Location:  Baha Mar Resorts, Nassau, Bahamas IMMEDIATE POSITION OPEN! SUMMARY    Installs, troubleshoots, and repairs electrical systems, apparatuses, and electronic control components of the facility. This equipment includes, but is not limited to the Diesel Engines, Generators, BMS, AHUs, pumps, Motors and other auxiliary equipment. Strictly adheres to all safety and environmental rules and regulations to protect employees and public safety. Works under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Includes the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed. Diagnoses and repairs the cause of electric and control malfunction of equipment such as transformers, relays, switches, transmitters, controls and monitoring devices. Installs new electrical equipment as required. Properly uses electrical test equipment and other tools. Keeps Lead Operator fully informed of unusual conditions, damaged equipment, and current job progress as the job relates to facility operations. Performs position responsibilities as a team member, electrical and I&C trainer working hand-in-hand with the Operators. Assists the team by carrying out plant operations as needed. Performs (with assistance as needed) the maintenance of equipment by cleaning, adjusting, tightening, performing preventative or corrective maintenance and identifying equipment in need of corrective maintenance. Writes, submits and clears corrective work orders for approval. Initiates purchase orders, coordinates with and directs outside contractors as required to ensure completion of position responsibilities. Performs duties as outlined as a “System Expert” Performs duties as outlined for specified “Collateral Duties” Performs capital project and major program responsibilities as assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor. Reads, understands and complies with all facility safety and regulatory procedures. Work shift hours, overtime or irregular hours as needed to support reliable operation of the facility Maintains the cleanliness of the electrical rooms and the I&E equipment Cooperate with and participate as a team member EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE   Demonstrated knowledge of all facets of power plant operations. Demonstrated ability to read and interpret electrical drawings, write routine reports, solve practical problems, make competent decisions in emergency situations, clearly communicate tasks and needs, and training of other personnel. Demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills. Ability to do reaching, climbing lifting (up to 75 pounds), walking and stooping. Ability to do extensive walking on a resort.   JOB REQUIREMENTS AA in Electronics or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school; or 4 to 6 years of related experience and/or training; or a combination of experience and education. High School diploma or equivalent required.
    Dec 04, 2019
  • Full Time
     
    DTEC Plant Services Nassau, The Bahamas
    IMMEDIATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE!  SUMMARY Responsible for the proper operation of the thermal energy facility and emergency diesel generation facility while on shift. Operates, maintains, and repairs equipment to provide electrical energy and thermal energy. Installs, troubleshoots, and repairs electrical systems, apparatuses, and electronic control components of the facility. This equipment includes, but is not limited to the Diesel Generators, Chillers, DCS, Switch Gear, MCC, HVAC and other auxiliary equipment. Strictly adheres to all safety and environmental rules and regulations to protect employees and public safety. Work under the direction of the Facility Manager. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Includes the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed. Diagnoses and repairs the cause of electric and control malfunction of equipment such as transformers, relays, switches, transformers, relays, switches, transmitters and control and monitoring devices. Installs new electrical equipment as required. Performs preventative or corrective maintenance of high voltage equipment and associated switch gear and breakers. Properly uses electrical test equipment and other tools. Keeps Plant Maintenance Operator fully informed of unusual conditions, damaged equipment, and current job progress as the job relates to facility operations. Performs position responsibilities as a team member, electrical and I&C trainer working hand-in-hand with the Operators. Responsible for operation, maintenance and monitoring of facility equipment and lead assists the Plant Maintenance Operator (PMO) when needed. Coordinates with the maintenance team members to ensure reliable and efficient use of equipment down time. Responsible for the efficient and safe operation of the facility. Monitors plant and equipment efficiencies, recommending facility outages as needed. Reads meters and gages or automatic recording devices at specified intervals to verify facility-operating conditions. Records operating data and analyzes data for trends. Informs management of unusual operating conditions or damaged equipment. Uses facility operating procedures and equipment technical manuals to start, stop, adjust or modify equipment operations to ensure all equipment is operated within the recommended operating range. Reads blueprints and uses facility operating procedures and equipment technical manuals to maintain and repair facility equipment and ensure equipment is operated within operating range. Fully supports the use of a computerized Maintenance Management System by displaying a proficiency in using the system and dedication to the facility maintenance philosophy. Visually inspects and listens to equipment to assist in determining need for repair or adjustment. Performs preventive in the maintenance of equipment by cleaning, adjusting, tightening, performing preventative or corrective maintenance, and identifying equipment in need of corrective maintenance. Writes and submits corrective work orders for approval. Performs water analysis tests and adjusts chemical injection rates to maintain water chemistry within specifications. Initiates the purchase order process as required. Performs duties as outlined for specified “Collateral Duties”. Reads, understands, and complies with all facility safety and regulatory procedures. Work hours on a rotating shift basis and assist when needed at the Baha Mar Central Utility Plant and Diesel Generation Facility through overtime or irregular hours. Visually inspects and listens to equipment at periodic intervals to detect malfunctions or need for repair, adjustment or lubrication. Maintains equipment by tightening fittings, replacing valve packings, gaskets, valves, and gauges. Cleaning, replacing, oiling and lubricating other component parts and equipment as required. Records maintenance actions taken on Work Order forms. Opens and closes valves as required for proper system operation and mechanical isolation. Opens and closes circuit breakers as required for proper system operation and electrical isolation. Performs project and/or major program responsibilities as assigned by the Operations Manager. Repairs, replaces, dismantles and examines defective parts along with lubricating and cleaning parts. Sets up and operates drill press, grinder and other various tools to make and repair parts and equipment. Operates welding and cutting equipment and completes metal fabrication projects. Initiates Purchase Order request for parts. Diagnoses cause of mechanical malfunction or failure of operational equipment. Performs duties as outlined as a “System Expert”. Performs duties as outlined for specified “Collateral Duties”. Reads, understands and complies with all regulatory procedures and facility safety. Work shift hours, overtime, or irregular hours as needed to support reliable operation of the facility. Maintains shop tool inventory. Maintains the cleanliness of the assigned areas. Cooperates and participates as a team member. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE AA in Electronics or equivalent from a two-year college to technical school; or four to six years related experience and/or training; A minimum of four year's experience in power plant maintenance or operations with two years of control room experience. High School diploma or equivalent required. Diesel engine maintenance certification a plus. JOB REQUIREMENTS Demonstrate knowledge of all facets of power plant operations. Demonstrate the ability to make competent decisions in emergency situation. Read and interpret mechanical drawings and P&IDs, write routine reports, solve practical problems, clearly communicate tasks and needs, and training of other personnel. Demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills. Ability to do reaching, climbing, lifting (up to 75 pounds), walking and stooping.
    Oct 30, 2019

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It is not so easy to write a resume that will grab recruiter’s attention on the spot and will impress them enough to invite you for interviews. Therefore, while applying for jobs, you should think of diverse strategies and powerful resume words are among the best ones. Your well-written and well-organized resume can help showcase your core strengths and career skills and convince recruiters that you are the best professional fit for the position. Keep reading, if you want to know why strong resume words are important for creating a unique resume or cover letter, which types exist and how to properly use them in your resume or cover letter and become a dream candidate.   The importance of power words for resume Typically, recruiters flick through candidate's resume quickly, so your job is to fill your resume or cover letter with power words in order to attract their attention instantly and show that you have relevant skills, knowledge, and aptitudes. During their career, hiring managers have read so many resumes, so applicant’s language can seem very boring and repetitive. If you use resume buzzwords, it will be very difficult to stand out from the crowd. In this case, powerful keywords for resumes will be very useful for you. In addition, most companies use ATS to screen candidate’s resume, so including these words will help you increase your chances to get through this screening process. Types of powerful action words Action verbs Strong, compelling action verbs are the first type. This kind of strong verbs demonstrates your capability to succeed in a position. Descriptive verbs can show your skills that you have implemented during your previous experience and that led you to achieve success. For example, these strong verbs are: accomplished, managed, initiated, launched,  supervised, designed, implemented. Company values It is extremely important to tailor your resume and cover letter to each position you want to apply for. Mass mailing your documents won’t bring you any luck. Customized resume-cover letter will increase your chances to get noticed by the employer. In order to show recruiters that you are a perfect match for a position and you will definitely fit in company culture, make a research, read carefully information through the web and flick through the company website and try to use words they included to describe their activities, values, and goals. Pay extra attention to the job description and company page “About Us”. These pages include the most relevant catchy words that will come in handy for your resume highlights. You can simply repeat these words or use some detail-oriented synonyms. Common skill words You should include some specific skills, personal traits, and qualities that hiring managers and employers are willing to see in a perfect candidate’s resume. For example, recruiters are seeking a responsible person with leadership skills. Try to demonstrate all your main skills but don’t use cheesy language. You will definitely find a synonym for team player. There are a few synonyms for hard worker (variants such as “achiever”, “laborious” or “industrious” will be suitable).  Keywords Include keywords from job description in your resume and cover letter. It is necessary to demonstrate recruiter that you meet all the requirements and will be a suitable fit for a position. But try not to exaggerate your abilities and skills. Include only those that you can prove with some concrete examples from your professional life. Industry jargon There is certain vocabulary inherent for a specific field. Industry jargon is very important, so it’s imperative to include some. However, you should know how to use these words appropriately and accurately in order to showcase your competency. It will also demonstrate that you understand this professional domain and you are a part of it. So, don’t use words, if you don’t know their exact meaning. Otherwise, recruiters will never consider your candidacy because misusing industry jargon is a sign that you are not qualified enough for a job. How to use power words Use these diverse  power words  throughout your resume. They will be appropriate in your professional summary as well as in job descriptions. In order to make your application stronger, include action words in cover letter while describing your skills and achievements. Try not to repeat words. There are so many synonyms so try to impress recruiters with diversity.   List of top used powerful resume words Each candidate has to remember that hiring managers spend only 6 seconds to skim applicant’s resume. They simply don’t have time to read all the CVs they receive. Therefore, it is extremely important to use these action-packed words to write a compelling resume or cover letter that will help you in getting hired. Here is the list that can help you. Choose some of these words: A Absorb, Accelerate, Access, Accomplish, Accrue, Acquire, Achieve, Act, Activate, Adapt, Address, Adjust, Administer, Advertise, Advise, Advocate, Affirm, Aid, Alert, Align, Allocate, Analyze, Apply, Appraise, Approve, Arbitrate, Arranged, Assemble, Assess, Assign, Assist, Attain, Authorize, Award B Begin, Brief, Bring, Broadcast, Budget, Build, Business C Calculate, Campaign, Certify, Chaired, Change, Chart, Check, Choose, Clarify, Classify, Coach, Collaborate, Collate, Collect, Combine, Communicate, Compare, Compile, Complete, Comply, Compose, Compute, Conceptualize, Conclude, Condense, Conduct, Confer, Configure, Connect, Conserve, Consolidate, Construct, Consult, Contact, Continue, Contribute, Control, Convert, Convey, Convince, Coordinate, Correspond, Counsel, Critique, Cultivate, Customize D Decide, Declare, Decline, Decorate, Dedicate, Define, Delegate, Deliver, Demonstrate, Depreciate, Describe, Design, Detail Oriented, Determine, Develop, Development, Devise, Diagnose, Direct, Dispatch, Dispense, Distribute, Document, Draft E Edit, Educate, Effective, Efficient, Emphasize, Encourage, Energized, Enforce, Engineer, Enhance, Ensure, Enthusiastic, Establish, Estimate, Evaluate, Examine, Execute, Expand, Expedite, Experience, Explain F Fabricate, Facilitate, Finance, Focus, Forecast, Formulate, Foster, Fund, Furnish G Gain, Generate, Graduate, Greet, Guide H Handle, Help, Hire, Host I Identify, Illustrate, Implement, Improve, Improvise, Increase, Index, Influence, Inform, Initiate, Initiative, Innovate, Inspire, Install, Institute, Integrate, Interact, Interested, Interview, Introduce, Investigate, Itemize J Join, Justify K Knowledge L Launch, Leadership, Learn, Lecture, Lessen, Lift, Link, Listen M Maintain, Manage, Management, Manipulate, Map, Market, Measure, Mediate, Merge, Mobilize, Modify, Monitor, Motivate N Negotiate O Observe, Obtain, Open, Operate, Order, Organize, Originate, Outpace, Outperform P Participate, Passion, Perform, Persuade, Plan, Practical, Prepare, Present, Prevent, Printed, Prioritize, Priority, Process, Produce, Professional, Program, Project, Promote, Propose, Prospect, Prove, Provide, Publicize, Purchase, Pursue Q Qualify R Run, Rate, Reach, Receive, Recommend, Reconcile, Record, Recruit, Reduce, Refer, Refocus, Regulate, Reorganize, Repair, Replace, Report, Represent, Research, Reserve, Resolve, Respond, Responsibility, Restore, Restructure, Results, Results-Oriented, Retrieve, Review, Revise, Revitalize S Schedule, Screen, Search, Secure, Seize, Select, Send, Serve, Share, Showcase, Simplify, Skill, Solution, Solve, Sort, Specialize, Specify, Sponsor, Staff, Standardize, Start, Succeed, Suggest, Summarize, Supervise, Supply, Support, Surpass, Survey, Sustain T Target, Teach, Team, Team Player, Test, Timely, Track, Trade, Train, Transact, Transcribe, Transform, Translate, Transmit, Transport, Tutor U Unite, Update, Upgrade, Use, Utilize V Validate, Value, Verify, View, Volunteer W Watch, Weigh, Witness, Win, Write Y Yield                                  
Receiving news of a job rejection can feel like a punch to the gut, particularly when you have put all your energy into ensuring you submitted the best application you could, spent time and effort on tweaking your CV and went through the vigorous interview process. It is a deeply unpleasant feeling and can really bring you down. Knowing that your hard work, efforts and determination have ultimately come to nothing can be a bitter pill to swallow, and this only intensifies with each rejection you receive. Indeed, when the answer is always ‘thanks but no thanks’ it can be difficult not to fall into a rut. However, this will only lead to further rejections and a vicious cycle, as a negative mindset will put you at a real disadvantage when applying for future positions. So how can you break the cycle and overcome a string of rejections to land on your feet, allowing you to find that ‘yes’ you’ve been searching for? Look for lessons Being turned down can be a real knock to your confidence, but don’t let the experience go to waste. Even though it may not feel like it at the time, you can take some positives out of being rejected for a job. Instead of wallowing in self-pity, spin the experience on it’s head and consider what lessons you could take from the process. You may spot ways in which you could improve your answers in an interview, or notice potential changes in the way you could present yourself. This can be particularly useful if you can obtain feedback as to why you were rejected. Building a wealth of experience and learning your lessons will give you a better shot at your next interview or application, when you can put all the information you have accrued into good effect. Put feedback into action It is no use receiving feedback from employers that have turned you down and then not acting on it. For every bit of advice or any explanations you receive as to why you didn’t quite make the cut, ensure that this is at the forefront of your mind for your next application. Collecting a wealth of tips and advice can give you a better insight into what employers are actually looking for, and allow you to focus on bridging the gap for a stronger and more successful application. Have alternatives It can be easy to pin your hopes on that dream job that you have come across, putting all your focus and attention solely on landing the role that seems tailor-made for you. Should you fail to be offered the position though, it can really sting and leave you with nothing else to fall back on. Apply for a number of jobs and keep your options open. Not only will this lessen the blow of being turned down for the only role you have shown a real interest in , it will also give you room to manoeuvre down the line. With no other alternatives to fall back on, a rejection can see you fall into a slump that can be hard to break out of. So long as there are other potential jobs in the pipeline, there is a greater incentive to keep plugging away. Consider your strengths It can be easy to beat yourself up about a string of rejections and begin to question your ability. However, it is time to cut yourself some slack. Take the time to focus on your strengths and what you could bring to an employer, before identifying your passions and interests. You now have something positive to turn your attention to, and you’ll be able to ensure you have a better hand to make your assets the key selling point for future applications. Working on ensuring your assets and passions come through in your next interview could make the difference between being offered the post or not. After all, it is the most passionate candidates that very often land the job. Accept that not everyone can land the job More people are turned down for jobs than are hired, and learning to accept this fact can numb the pain of being rejected. Simple maths dictates that for everyone 20 people applying for a position, 19 are going to be left disappointed. Instead of allowing these figures to get the better of you, use them as motivation to ensure that you do all you can to be that one next time. Don’t get disheartened, simply dust yourself down and focus on the next opportunity.
Resume Parsing In efforts to improve job seekers experience, we have improved our system with the Resume Parsing Feature. This feature allows your resume to be filled in automatically resulting in a convenient service experience. But what is most important, resume parsing has positively influence the application rates with is a great benefit for employers. How does it work: A job seeker who is non-registered or non-logged in that wants to apply for a job will be prompted with signup/sign-in form first.     Once a job seeker is signed up, the system will ask him/her to post a resume.   Create New Resume page is where Upload Your Resume field displays:     Once the file is uploaded, all of the information is parsed and populated in the relevant resume posting fields automatically. Once the Post Resume button is clicked, the system redirects job seekers back to the application page. This way, job seekers are registered, the resume is uploaded and can apply to a job with just a few clicks.
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