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2nd shift On Site Staffing Coordinator to start immediately in Garland [12 Dec 2007|10:44am]
Local Staffing Company is looking for a 2nd shift On Site Staffing Coordinator to start immediately in Garland. Please contact me via LJ or you may fax your resume to 214-420-8373.
Great, great company, do not miss this opportunity!!!!
Hours will be M-F 8am-5pm for the first 2 weeks, then will change to 2pm-11pm M-F
This position will support the operations of the on site location. This is accomplished by supervising temporary staff, developing and maintaining client relationships, maintaining order fill rates, participating in recruiting efforts and new hire processes, participating in customized orientation, skill and safety training programs in conjunction
with client and internal safety director, processing and reconciling site payroll and client invoicing, conducting initial injury, and employee relations related investigations, attending client and internal meetings, completing various reports, and serving as liaison for client and corporate office. Other duties include performing related work as required or delegated by the On Site Manager, special projects, facilitating client appreciation functions, and attending continuing education and certification programs.
Assists On-site Manager with daily onsite operation processes by receiving and filling job orders, interviewing applicants, administering new hire paperwork, drug testing, and skills testing when applicable, running back ground checks and pilot verifications, accurately entering information into database and placing new hires on job orders, maintaining daily client and internal company reports, temporary personnel files, tracking and reporting absenteeism, managing daily employee relations.
Supervises temporary staff by handling employee relations, new hire processes, communicating requirements.
Processes payroll by compiling and verifying time, entering time into system, cutting and distributing checks, printing and distributing invoices, reconciling accounting deficiencies, and printing various reports
Develops and maintains strong client relationships by establishing and maintaining strong lines of communication by telephone, email and in person, determining expectations, fulfillment needs, analysis, recommendations and desired response time, offering suggestions or alternatives that
maximize client satisfaction, working in conjunction with client and corporate to develop orientation, skill and safety programs, attending meetings, maintaining client reports, and acting as liaison to client and corporate office.
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Part-Time Ticket Sales Representative Needed [06 Jun 2006|02:26pm]
The Dallas Opera Job Opening:

Part-Time Ticket Sales Representative (20 hours per week / $7.50 hr)
Positions Currently Available: 2
Term: Permanent and Seasonal Available (August – April)

The Dallas Opera seeks an energetic individual to be an integral part of the sales team for the 50th Anniversary Season. Responsibilities include answering inbound sales inquiries and customer service requests, contacting former patrons with new ticket offers, ticket fulfillment and mailings, data entry and general office.

This is an excellent opportunity for students and young professionals looking for an entry-level position in non-profit management and the arts or for professionals looking to re-enter the work force in a part-time only capacity.

Requirements: Professional phone skills, MS Office proficiency, desire to provide outstanding service to patrons. Some evenings, weekends and performances will be required. Bilingual in Spanish and/or prior ticketing / theater experience preferred, but not required.

For more information or to apply please contact Sadie@dallasopera.org
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BOOKS FOR SALE [28 May 2006|02:48am]

Intermediate Algebra
ISBN 0-07-254697-2

Managerial Accounting: Information for Decisions
Third Edition
ISBN 0-324-32846-X

Introduction to Business Statistics (WITH CD)
A Microsoft Excel Integrated Approach, 6th Edition
ISBN 0-324-52637-7

Human Communication, 2nd Edition
ISBN 0-07-295988-6

America’s History Volume 1: to 1877; Fifth Edition
ISBN 0-312-40934-6

Our Nation’s Heritage
Volume 1, Fifth Edition
ISBN 0-32-441598-2

The Solar System, Fourth Edition (WITH CD)
Michael A. Seeds
ISBN 0-534-42102-4

The Decisive Writer
ISBN 1-4130-0013-4
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[16 May 2006|08:59pm]

is anyone else doing maymester?
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HALLOWEEN PARTY [20 Oct 2005|11:07pm]

Join commcolleges! [25 Jun 2005|09:30pm]

I'm trying to unite community college students across the country in one community so we can share advice, give support, and talk about community colleges in general. Please join commcolleges if you'd like!

(My apologies if this is not permitted. Since it's so related to the community's topic, I figured it would be fine.)
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classes... what have you not [23 May 2005|08:45am]

[ mood | curious ]

So my second semester with Quad C has come to a close and I am not taking summer school courses. Anyway I am having trouble in deciding whether I should return back in the fall or not. The problem is my GPA is really bad right now and I'm not sure I'm up to taking on a full load at this point. I was considering taking part time classes but my parents will never go for the idea since I need 12 credits to stay enrolled with insurance.

Since I failed Theatre with a D I was thinking about retaking the course again. I had professor connolly in the spring and I was told there was a teacher on the preston ridge campus that is supposedly easy??? I attend the spring creek campus so preston ridge would be a bit of a distance for me if I did go

Anyway I have a few question...
should I enroll in evening classes? (I'm definately not a morning bird and tended to oversleep a lot)

I know science is required.. and I would hate to take biology since I definately don't understand the concepts of biology whatsoever. Do any of you recommend any classes I can take in place of biology like the earth science courses with the study of rocks, and etc?? At this point I'm still a freshman since I dropped 2 of my classes which put me at part-time. I still need 11 credits before I'm considered a sophmore and I'm trying to transfer out in the fall of next year (provided that I actually go to school)

Anyway thanks!

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Mod Post [10 May 2005|01:29am]

[ mood | tired ]

Well looks like the semester is all over and summer is upon us! I am glad to see we now have 30 members, thats pretty good considering how I have done like no community promos. But I made us an icon finally thou! YeAh for the lazy moderator!

Anyone got any big plans for the summer? Or is everyone taking Summer Sessions? I find that May/Winter/Summer sessions are much easier than regular semesters, I love taking courses I hate in the quickie sessions so I can A) concentrate on the course and B) Be done with em a hell of a lot sooner!

I am hoping we can get the membership up to 50 people by the time fall starts, so everyone tell an LJ friend who goes to CCCCD to come join!

~Mod Liz~

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I know there aren't many who read this, but for those who do... [09 May 2005|10:36pm]

I'm selling the following books:

Making Literature Matter, 2nd Edition, Schilb
-used for ENGL 1302, bought @ PJ's for $48.50
-selling for $40 or best offer

New Century Handbook, 3rd Edition, Holt
-used for ENGL 1302, bought @ PJ's for $46.95
-selling for $35 or best offer

College Algebra, 7th Edition, Sullivan
-used for MATH 1314/1414, bought @ PJ's for $80
-selling for $60 or best offer

Comment here or email me thebluecheat@yahoo.com. All prices are negotiable, but they're all cheaper than PJ's and the school store to begin with, so be nice to me, I'm just a poor college student like yourselves...

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Cool thing i found [04 May 2005|08:46pm]

[ mood | curious ]

Don't know how many of you know about this site Ratemyprofessor.com... but if you don’t who's a good professor or not …for most part they comments I read where right on… …hope this help  http://ratemyprofessor.com/SelectTeacher.jsp?sid=4739

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[29 Apr 2005|08:24am]

[ mood | bouncy ]

Am I the only one who LOVES this new policy of letting students with more credits completed register sooner? Cause I totally got to register on the first day and got every class I wanted! Even one with Mr. Yarbrough. It was such a relief because I needed all of those classes to get my associates by this summer!

Also, who in here is about to transfer to a four year school? I'm most likely transferring to Texas State in San Marcos this fall to study PR.

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heyyy [19 Apr 2005|12:55pm]

I'll be taking two classes at Quad C this summer...Intro to accounting and intro to economics (I forget the exact names). Will I need a parking permit to park on campus? I'll be taking the classes at the Spring Creek campus. Which classes are better - day or night?
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read the fine print [28 Mar 2005|08:47pm]


by agreeing to sign up for the spam in this community ("free" ring tones), you're agreeing to a $3 per week ($12 per month) charge. how cool is that?
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Spring 2005 [23 Jan 2005|11:31pm]
wow, almost done with the first week of classes for the spring of 05. Only 15 or so more to go. Okay this is lame and shore, got Homework to do!
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YAY finals are over with!!!!!!!!!! [16 Dec 2004|09:10am]

yay! it all most over (for me at lest)!!!!>...........Hope everyone,has A great Holiday.......Month off will be nice :)
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Next semester... [13 Dec 2004|08:00pm]

[ mood | energetic ]

Any Classical Guitarist here? This was my first semester taking Classical Guitar I and I am totally hooked! Planning on taking up Classical Guitar II and Guitar Ensemble next semester. Anyone have any tips on what I should focus on during the month off?

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photography [15 Oct 2004|06:27pm]

anyone here taking photography? im looking for some amateur photographers.
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Walk for Farm Animals [26 Sep 2004|02:20am]

This is not directly related to Quad, but it's a really good organization. If anyone is interested give them a call. They end up helping a lot of animals. Thanks!

Farm Sanctuary is a national, non-profit animal protection organization. Each year we rescue, rehabilitate and provide lifelong care for hundreds of animals rescued from factory farms, stockyards and slaughterhouses. In addition to operating the shelters, we work to gain legal protection for animals used in food production and to raise public awareness about factory farm cruelty and cruelty-free alternatives. The Walk for Farm Animals helps fund Farm Sanctuary’s rescue and protection campaigns.

The Walks are held around October 2nd in honor of World Farm Animals Day. Walks are generally 5k – 10k long (about 3 to 6 miles) and are often held in public parks. Walkers who raise over $100 receive exciting Farm Sanctuary prizes, so start collecting those pledges now!

Saturday October 16, 2004
Registration 2:30 p.m.
Walk 3:30 p.m.

Glen Coe Park

Dixie Bambach

hope to see you there
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my schedule [26 Sep 2004|02:12am]

[ mood | bouncy ]

Hi everyone. I haven't checked this site in a while, and I didn't think to check it at the beginning of the semester. On MWF I have bio 2 from 12-1 with Dunkle, then physics from 1-2 with Broyles, wed i have bio lab from 2-5. Monday night I have english lit from 7-10. TR i have chem class from 5:30 till 8. and chem lab on thurs night from 7-10. And I have physics lab on thursday from 11:30 to 2:30. Anyways I am an animal science major, and will be attending commerce and quad next semester taking 23 hours.

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Daniel de Cordoba dance troupe will present "The Roots of Flamenco" [22 Sep 2004|02:06pm]

Daniel de Cordoba Bailes Espanoles presetns "Las Raices del Flamenco" at the Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak St. at 7pm on Saturday, October 9.

This spectacular Spanish and flamenco dance program explores the rich variety of cultures that fused and evolved into flamenco as it is known today.

Spain, because of it geographical location, was the crossroads of the ancient world. Guest artists will perform authentic Hindu dances (India is the original home of the "Romany" gypsies). Also featured will be Middle Eastern dancers depicting the Moorish influences on Spain, and the Bailes Espanoles company will demonstrate how this influences flamenco.

The program will also feature the popular "Fiesta Flamenca".

The Celts, Visigoths, Greeks, Romans, Jews, Moors, and finally the gypsies all settled on the Iberian peninsula over the course of many centuries.

The similarity and differences in the "zapateado" or foot beats; and hand, arm, and body movements, as danced in the Far East, Middle East and the Mediterranean area will be exlpored through music, song, and dance.

The city of Dallas, Office of Cultural Affairs; the Texas Commission on the Arts; TACA; El Sol de Texas; Al Dia; The Dallas Morning News and KERA fund this progam.

Tickets to "The Roots of Flamenco" are $15 for adults, $12 for senior citizens, and $8 for students and children. For more information, call 214-366-9557.
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