Collingswood Patch Job Club: 9/7/12

Some previously advertised positions remain open; added to them are an opening for a dog walker, automotive technician and "upbeat" event server.

Health Care

Certified Home Health Aides
Vitacare Services
is seeking experienced Certified Home Health Aides (CHHAs) with warm personalities, reliable transportation, and clean criminal backgrounds for immediately available positions. Call 856-626-0461; competitive pay may include sign-on bonus.

Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC)
Part-time or consultant counselor needed for as many as 24 hours a week. No caseload. Must be certified in New Jersey.


Denture Processor
Affordable Dentures seeks skilled denture processor with experience trimming and pouring denture models to work full time in our state of the art denture lab located in West Collingswood Heights, NJ. Dental technicians with denture experience are encouraged to apply. Will strongly consider hiring an entry-level candidate with previous experience doing precision work with their hands, good hand-eye coordination, and/or an artistic side. Competitive benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, company-paid Life and AD&D insurance, paid vacation and sick days, and 401K. Apply here.


Service company seeks bookkeeper-secretary; must have excellent customer skills, able to answer as many as four phones, schedule service calls. Strong knowledge of Quick Books and accounts receivable programs.

Automotive Technician
Meineke Car Care Center
Full-time position available for a “B” or “C” technician; hourly rate plus overtime. “Must have your own tools and a good work ethic.” Call 856-456-7900 and ask for Mike or Rick.


Part-Time Bus Driver
Camden-based child care center seeks a "warm, friendly and enthusiastic" CDL-licensed bus driver for daily school drop-offs and pick-ups, five days a week. "Position is five days a week with hours in the morning and afternoon. Must LOVE working with children!"

Dog Walker/Pet Sitter
Pet-sitting company seeks dog walkers and pet sitters with “a passion for animals...who can handle dogs of all sizes and have experience with both dogs and cats.” Most jobs are within the borders of Collingswood, Haddonfield and Haddon Township, but there are other appointments to be filled in Berlin, Marlton and Cherry Hill. Weekday availability 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. three to five days per week. Submit a letter of interest, resume and availability for work. “Must be detail-oriented, responsible and customer-service-oriented.”

Food Service

Little Louie's BBQ is seeking servers with a minimum of two years' experience. Apply in person daily, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Weekend/Event Server
Seeking “upbeat” food vendors and servers for events and festivals, primarily on weekends. Part-time position; reliability is important. Candidates are invited to submit a brief description, headshot, resume or statement about why they would like the job.

Keith Best September 09, 2012 at 08:09 PM
Here are the job numbers the media is not reporting about the August job numbers that just came out. This is what the media is telling you...and it's true. "The unemployment rate dropped from 8.3% to 8.1%. 96,000 jobs created in August." Here are numbers they are NOT telling you: 1) 368,000 people STOPPED looking for work in August. Meaning they CANNOT be counted as unemployed. These people have no more unemployment benefits to claim and have realized there are zero jobs out there for them. If you were to re-calculate those numbers and include the people who are no longer looking for work, the unemployment rate would be 12%. This number does not include the UNDEREMPLOYED, or the people who have stopped looking for work over the past 3 years; that number would be an astonishing 23%. 2) 69% of men are working. Meaning 31% are not. The lowest % of working men since the 1940's. 3) The number of employed Americans is at the lowest number in the past 31 years. An incredible number considering there are more people now in the USA than there were in 1981. 4) A record high of 88,921,000 Americans whom are not in the civilian labor force. 5) Manufacturers have cut the most jobs in August than at anytime in the past two years. 6) The supposed "job growth" each month is LESS THAN the number of people LEAVING the workforce every month. People leaving the work force CANNOT be counted as unemployed. You want more of this under Obama?-- Romney/ Ryan 2012!


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